Okay, I’ve missed a couple days here and there during this 12 Days of Clean Romance, but I hope you got a taste of some new great authors to check out. The last author for this giveaway is Cami Checketts, and I couldn’t tell you how many books that girl has out. All I know it that it’s a LOT!!! She writes fast, or she’s been writing since she was in the womb. Hee hee. Here is a sample of her latest works to check out. Make sure to enter the giveaway at the end of this post.
Sassy meets swoon-worthy in this fast-paced contemporary romance. Continue reading
Whoohoo!!! Today’s author deserves a round of applause. Taylor’s books are always my favorites, and I’ve read them all several times. She has the best premises and unique twists to her romances. They always touch my heart. Her newest series is incredible. I beta-read these, and LOVED them. It was hard to give constructive criticism because I got too pulled into the plots and characters and became more of a reader then a critiquer. I figured that meant they were just super good, so she had nothing to worry about. If you haven’t read them, check them out here, and give yourself some Christmas cheer with this series.
The Sound of Silence Series
Each book has a happy ending and there are no cliffhangers. They are not stand-alones and should be read in order.
Today’s featured clean romance author is Jennifer Griffith. I’ve read many of her romances. They are light, fluffy, and usually very funny. I’ve loved them. She likes to write books that help readers escape their lives and have some fun for a moment. Her latest release is My Fair Aussie. I haven’t got my hands on this one yet, but it’s on Kindle Unlimited, so I’ll probably check it out soon. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end of this post. Here’s the blurb:
There’s more to this Aussie cowboy than meets the eye.
Former grad student Eliza works as a nanny for a self-absorbed trophy wife looking to trade up for a new husband and ditch her child. Eliza will do anything to protect the little girl and open her boss’s eyes. Even if it requires an elaborate hoax.
Then fate hits Eliza with Henry, a bewildered, dirty guy at the bus station. He’s got amazing teeth, cowboy swagger, and an accent to swoon for. Everything is falling into place for a rags-to-riches-style bait and switch. But will it deliver a slice of humble pie to Eliza’s boss—or get Eliza fired?
Worse, refining him might mean losing her heart. Continue reading
Here is another fun author I can wholeheartedly get behind. Josi Kilpack has written many beautiful stories, but some of my favorites of hers are her historical romances that delve into true life historical figures lives and their loves. I read Lady of the Lakes about Sir Walter Scott and his love interests, and it was fascinating. She has a gift for words and bringing life to the past.
Her newest book is about the life and love of Harriet Beecher Stowe.
When Harriet Beecher marries Calvin Stowe on January 6, 1836, she is sure her future will be filled romance, eventually a family, and continued opportunities to develop as a writer. Her husband Calvin is completely supportive and said she must be a literary woman. Harriet’s sister, Catharine, worries she will lose her identity in marriage, but she is determined to preserve her independent spirit. Deeply religious, she strongly believes God has called her to fulfill the roles of wife and writer and will help her accomplish everything she was born to do.
Two months after her wedding Harriet discovers she is pregnant just as Calvin prepares to leave for a European business trip. Alone, Harriet is overwhelmed—being a wife has been harder than she thought and being an expectant mother feels like living Continue reading
Day 2 for the 12 Days of Clean Romance features Taylor Hart
Nathan Pennington, aka billionaire attorney, had only one idea on his mind the week before Christmas…forget about the past year and enjoy the beautiful Park City ski slopes. His plan was working, until some annoying ski bunny sprayed snow in his face. Her rudeness wasn’t something he could let slide. Nathan chases the woman down the hill intent on chewing her out, but when face-to-face, he’s struck by the vulnerability and anger in her eyes.
Storm Goodman has heard every weather joke in the book—and she’s not in the mood for another. Lately her life has lived up to her name. After a year of personal setbacks in her skiing career and her grandfather passing, she thought the worst of it was over until Four days before Christmas her lawyer tells her she can’t inherit the ranch her grandfather left her—unless she’s married by noon on Christmas day. Continue reading