Harper Dallas is so desperate for the job, she’s willing to lie on her resume to get it. But she has a good reason, and she’s qualified. So that makes it OK, right?
Ethan Young is her devastatingly hot and sexy new boss, and he hired her based on her lie. He’s wonderful, and he’s falling hard for Harper. But office romance is forbidden, so he can’t touch her, no matter what his heart and hormones say.
But when the boss and employee take a business trip to Las Vegas, well… what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas!
Eventually, Harper knows she must tell Ethan the truth, even if it means risking everything… her newfound happiness, her amazing job, and the man of her dreams.
Her lie is eating her alive. If she comes clean, will their love survive?
It’s here! Christmas Beauty
And. IT’S FREE for ONLY 5 Days!
So if you haven’t read the rest of the series, then you can still read this one by itself. Perfect for staying
hot... er… warm during the holidays! ♥️💋
This is Lisa’s story, who is Crystal’s best friend (from book #3, Play Time).
Christmas Beauty Book Description
Lisa is a smart, sexy bombshell who sees men only as a source of pleasure. She never dates exclusively, and there’s a reason she never lets them stay all night.
Mark is a lawyer and single dad who’s focused on raising his young daughter. He’s definitely not looking for love.
But when Lisa walks into Mark’s law office, his world is turned upside down. He can’t stop thinking about her. Lisa is everything beautiful, like a holiday gift, wrapped in glitter and bows, and too enticing to pass up.
And Mark isn’t the only one affected. For the first time in Lisa’s life, she finds herself smitten, with a one-track mind for Mark.
Both in uncharted territory, and the holiday season in full swing, they’re falling hopelessly in love.
But when Lisa breaks a promise to Mark’s daughter, it’s more than he can bear.
Heartbroken, Lisa digs deep into her soul and reawakens on a new path for her life. One that is long overdue and will forever change her.
Can Mark ever forgive Lisa for what she did? Will they find their way back to each other in time for Christmas?
Get your copy today and snuggle into a sexy, romantic, holiday love story!
Being an author scratches my creative itch, sure. But I was recently hit with two specific reasons I love it.
1. I look forward to getting older.
Aging? Gasp. Yes!
Because it is through growing older—having more life experiences—that I will have more authentic stories to write. It is the stories woven with direct experience, whether I write fiction or non-fiction, that spill from me the easiest, the fastest.
2. It makes me super adventurous!
I want to taste, try, explore everything, so I can write a character who will do it, or a scene where I can describe every aspect of it, and not because I read about it online, but because I actually did it myself.
For example, I used to say I’d never learn to surf because of sharks, cracking my head open on coral, etc. But you know what? I want to do it now. And I want to cook octopus so I can properly write about a character doing it. I want to try strange foods, whether they’re awful, disgusting or pure ambrosia, tasting, feeling, and smelling them. I want to go to places all over the world, even if they’re bug-infested (Amazon, anyone?) to accurately write about them, allowing my reader to also feel like they’ve been there!
The places that might have scared me previously? I now look at them with wildly excited eyes.
And it’s not just having these explorations in isolation. Oh no… it’s the synergy of combining them, spinning them every which way—together—that makes for even more memorable tales.
It’s weaving a blanket, with threads of different colors, textures, and feels(!), taken from different life experiences and times, so when it’s interlaced, crisscrossed, it forms a whole story, complete, and unique in only the way it can be.