New Release: Ice, Snow, & Mistletoe

It’s time! It’s time to finally start talking about the holiday season because Ice, Snow, & Mistletoe is finally out! It’s release day, which is naturally the best day of the week.

I am excited for the world to finally meet Oz and to learn more details about John. John Sullivan was first introduced as Spenser Roland’s best friend in Walking on Thin Ice.

After writing Spenser’s story, I knew I would have to circle around and give all the details about John and how that wicked, fun man fell in love … and then lost that love.

If you haven’t heard all the details for John’s book, here’s a quick description:

John Sullivan is escaping to Denver. Even with a massive snow storm on his heels, he plans to hide away in his cabin in the mountains and ignore Christmas. It’ll be just him and a bottle of whiskey until the new year when he must return to Cincinnati for his best friend’s wedding.

At least, that’s the plan until he runs into Oz at the airport.

Oz … the man who should have been just a fling. The man who was fun and laughs but quickly turned into so much more before he completely kicked John out of his life.

Oz who desperately needs his help…

John is ready to leave Oz stranded at the Denver airport in the coming blizzard, but he finds himself possibly staring down at the reason Oz pushed him away, and John can’t say no.

Second chances don’t come around often, but John is willing to fight for one with Oz.

If you would like to pick up your copy, please click here.

In the meantime, Rinda and I are hard at work on the second book for the Ward Security series. We hope that you enjoy Psycho Romeo as well as the books of the Unbreakable Bonds Series. I may have even sneaked out a special short story for the boys regarding someone’s engagement announcement.

Once we finish Shane and Quinn’s book for Ward Security, I’m going to start plotting next year’s Christmas novella. It will be my last one, finishing out my holiday trilogy, and then I’m off to make some new mischief.

Happy Release Day! Happy Reading!

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