Oh, yes: It’s time for Blissemas in July. Please leave a comment with a valid email address. The grand prize for the blog hop is a $50 All Romance Ebooks voucher, and I’ll be giving away a .pdf copy of A New Orleans Christmas, or another book from my backlist.
Living in Southern California, I’m used to warm weather year-round. Cold-weather: blah. And, we often can have temperatures as high around Christmas as it gets in July. I know bah humbug! Until my youngest daughter was born in January, and wanted a pool party for her birthday, I never got that “Christmas in July” thing.
With a bit of research, I also found out that countries in the Southern Hemisphere, such as Australia and New Zealand, experience “winter” climates in July, so they like to celebrate the cold-weather holiday during our mid-summer. Ah, making even more sense.
Finally, when temperatures get totally out of control, and I don’t have access to conveniences such as air conditioning, there’s nothing like imagining being in an icy place. What better way to celebrate than with a heart-warming erotic romance!
Here’s a peek at my special “holiday” release. It’s a prequel to my paranormal series, The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf.
The Vampire & The Werewolf: A New Orleans Christmas
Vampires and werewolves don’t mix … or do they?
Before there were three, there were two. When a vampire swoops in to save Trevor from a rogue gang’s blood sport, the werewolf must fight his own inhibitions. The magic of New Orleans and the holiday season bring together these two unlikely lovers.
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“In her first foray into the m/m genre, Ms. Bacio sets the pages ablaze in this sexy Christmas tale featuring two irresistible characters from her The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf series. There’s nothing better on a cold winter’s night than cozying up with the vampire and the werewolf as they come together in this sizzling story. This is my Christmas present to myself.”
Rebecca Leigh, author of Dirty Housewives
Ever celebrate a holiday at a different time of year? Remember to leave a comment to enter into the prizes. A special thank you goes out to Victoria Blisse for putting together this hop. Check out other stops on the hop at: http://blissemas.co.uk