Sunday, December 13, 2015

Holiday Novellas and Give-away!



I’m enjoying the Holiday Season and all the great reads out there! This week we’re featuring “Season of Love,” a novella collection by Crimson Romance author, Dana Volney.  Available on Kindle and Nook.



Season of Love



Blurb:

Sexy fun under the mistletoe awaits in this collection of three seasonal novellas by Dana Volney. Let the men of Casper, Wyoming, put you in the holiday mood!

  • Holiday Hoopla: Halle Adams's gift shop needs a serious cash infusion to survive, and banker Blake Ellison needs a no-strings date for his family's holiday functions. It's a perfect solution - he'll approve her loan if she'll be his escort - until feelings of jealousy surface. Romance wasn't on their holiday wish list. Will a business deal between strangers get hoodwinked by holiday hoopla?
  • Christmas Clash: Candace Ellison is determined to stop the city council's new convention center project from demolishing her new flower shop. Unfortunately, that means she'll have to cooperate with annoying Luke Carrigan, whose family pub is also on the chopping block. Will this Christmas bring miracles or the destruction of everything these old rivals love?
  • Candlelight Conspiracy: When Sophie Graystone's apartment building loses power during the holidays, the aloof restaurant owner next door surprisingly invites her for a late-night menu tasting. Marc Sizzo's too busy concentrating on success to fall in love. But sharing confidences in the intimate candlelight just might be the spark for a real relationship . . . unless an old flame reclaims his heart. Will Sophie find herself alone on New Year's Eve after all?
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As a special treat, Dana is offering a chance to win an ecopy of her recent Crimson release, The December Deal.





Blurb:

After her dad is diagnosed with an aggressive cancer, Lilia Carrigan returns home to Wyoming. The insurance company won’t cover the costs for an experimental trial that offers his best chance at surviving, and she needs a way to raise funds fast.Vincent Morgenstern has had a year to fulfill the clause in his dad’s will that says if he doesn’t marry, he’ll lose out on inheriting the family business he loves so much. The deadline is New Year’s Eve, and he’s determined to get down the aisle, even if he has to pay the bride to be on his arm.

When Lilia overhears his predicament at a coffee shop, the crazy solution to both their problems seems obvious. What’s one year of faking it?But as the holiday season works its magic, their platonic partnership threatens to get very personal. 

Will Lilia and Vincent’s December deal stay professional, or will real feelings ruin everything? 

To be eligible, leave your email address with a comment telling us of your favorite Holiday tradition. Mine is walking through the South Philly streets and admiring the decorated homes. Drawing for The December Deal will be held on Saturday, December 19th.

For more on Dana and her releases, check out her website,

http://danavolney.com/


(poinsettia photo c/o pippalou @ morgueFile.com)

19 comments:

  1. Calvin and I don't give Christmas presents to each other. We each pick 3 names from the Angel Tree at the mall and have a blast shopping for the disadvantaged children. I'm drawn to little girls. He's drawn to teenaged boys, having taught that age for 40 years. We do buy one book that he begins reading outloud on Christmas Eve. Sometimes the book is so good, he reads all night until we finish it. He's got a lovely deep, southern voice.

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    1. That sounds absolutely wonderful, Vonnie! Both for the children that benefit and having your man read to you :) Merry Christmas!

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    2. Vonnie, that's a wonderful tradition, and echoes the true spirit of the season. Thanks for sharing!

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    3. Wow! What a wonderful idea and speaks to the spirit of the season! Hugs...Ro

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  2. Oh these sound simply delightful. I need more time to read Angela! Have a wonderful week!

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    1. The only reason I look forward to snow here in Philly is because snow days give me lots of time to read. Thanks for visiting, Kimba!

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  3. Christmas stories are always so fun !

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    1. I love Christmas stories and read them all year long. Thanks for visiting, RO!

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    1. Thanks, Marion! I always appreciate your visit and kind words!

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  5. These stories sound so delightful Congratulations and thanks, Angela, for featuring them.

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    1. These stories really bring out the Holiday Spirit. Thanks for visiting, Vicki.

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  6. Oh, I want the giveaway! Hee-hee! I'm so in the mood for Christmas themed things right now. Well, 'tis the season, I guess. Hee-hee! AND I'm in the mood for a Wyoming story. I'm driving there next month. Yay!

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    1. What the January weather like in Wyoming, Red? Thanks for visiting today.

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    2. Today is a snow day in Casper. Now I can catch up on reading :) Drive safe when you venture down this way!

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    3. You're having a snow day? I feel badly to tell you that we had 68 degrees in Philly today. It feels like Spring.

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  7. It was the best :) It's chilly but not -32 yet so I'm happy. We've had a mildddd winter so far, this is only about the 3rd time it's snowed all year. We're ready for the whiteness.

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