Their Wonderful Solstice

“When the holiday season hits, two wayward souls seek solace within it, as well as each other-” Luke Tanner is tasked with arranging his office’s big “winter solstice” celebration. However, he falls to the countless demands of many, driving him mad. He seeks solace in silence, only to be denied it. Along the way, he meets another as he is, going to her for relief. Kristen Harland is an upcoming writer who has returned home for the holidays. However, life within her family’s estate is one of cruelty, criticism and control. As she falls to her parents’ neglect and spite, she meets with Luke. As they ease into each other’s lives, she seeks the same solace he does. Faced with their season’s troubles, will Luke and Kristen find solace within the winter solstice? Will their love overcome such torment, or will it shatter like so many past hopes and dreams?

Meet Michelle Vongkaysone

My name is Michelle Vongkaysone. I write in many various genres to express how I feel about the world around me. However, I focus on feeling in my stories, what drives mankind’s ways. I seek to showcase them through tales of romance, suspense and fear, made to intrigue and entice.

The Billionaire Touch

A new job in a new town was the fresh start Kate longed for. Except, she hadn’t counted on being homesick during the holidays. Or pining after her boss’s sexy, neat freak germaphobe of a best friend. Especially since no woman had ever gotten his attention. It only took spilling coffee all over his shirt for him to notice her. Fixing that mishap shouldn’t have been an issue, except for two problems. She had to keep her feelings in check and he liked strangers touching him as much as he liked a migraine. There was no way he’d make the first move, but she couldn’t let an opportunity like that go by. She loved a challenge and the reward of a night with him was more than worth the risk of rejection in this instalove romance novella.

Meet Robecca Austin

Robecca Austin is the author of happy ever after romance stories. She enjoys crafting tales of sassy heroines and alpha heroes that have a soft center. She writes historical romance and billionaire romance stories. You can find her outside enjoying nature and lots of sunshine when there are no bugs. When she’s not writing her next novel, she’s busy battling Cystic Fibrosis and hugging family. She lives and works in Canada.

Kisses & Christmas Wishes

A delightful selection of Christmas romances picked just for you! Indulge this holiday season with a boxset that will captivate you with romance & small-town charm. Three stories, three different small-towns and three enchanting romances; all celebrating the magic of Christmas. Unexpected Mistletoe Kisses Megan fell in love with Kingston when she was four years old. How much longer can she deny the feelings she has secretly harbored for her brother’s best friend? When Megan unwittingly buys the house next to Kingston and hires him to help her renovate, can they both keep denying the attraction between them? Christmas in Colorado Burke was the popular jock with the pretty girl, but behind closed doors he endured what no child should. He fled from the nightmare that had become his life seven years ago and built a new life in Florida. Burke vowed never return to White Horse Creek, but he wants to walk his sister down the aisle. Can Burke find redemption this Christmas or may his stocking hold a little love as well? Country Christmas Blake Booth has it all. But she also has a past that has come back to haunt her. Lucas Miller finally landed his dream job as Chief of the Fire Department in Saddleback Ridge. When an unlikely spark lights up between Blake and Lucas, neither of them are sure this was the magic they were looking for this festive season.

Meet Milan Watson

About Milan Watson Milan Watson is a fresh new voice in contemporary romance. Her stories are fun-loving, imaginative and humorous whilst at the same time touching day to day challenges all women face. She is the mother of two little boys and wife to a supportive husband, who doesn’t mind doing the dishes when she finds herself lost in a story. She spends most of her days dreaming up new characters and bringing stories to life, surrounded by her family and her two dogs Wendy and Duke. She loves creating characters you can identify with and writing stories that will have you laugh, cry and smile at the same time. For free give-aways and to join her mailing list you can visit her website at

The Christmas Gift

Ivy It was supposed to be a one-night stand. A hot night of sweaty indulgence with a man she’d vetted. A man she could play with and then walk away from, someone who ticked all her boxes. Instead, she was facing off with Corin, a man who hijacked all her rules and made her knees weak. When the pregnancy stick turns pink eight weeks later, all her carefully laid plans go down in flames. Starting over in a big city is no challenge for Ivy. She’s intelligent, successful, and can readily form a plan. Too bad her strategy didn’t involve her new boss turning out to be her baby’s father. Cor Straight-laced and uptight ought to be kryptonite to Corin’s carefree, love-them-and-leave-them lifestyle. Yet, the memory of the one night with a mystery woman haunts him. When he’s finally convinced himself his memories of that night are overblown, she turns up at his firm with the Christmas gift he didn’t know he needed.

Meet Robecca Austin

Robecca Austin is the author of happy ever after romance stories. She enjoys crafting tales of sassy heroines and alpha heroes that have a soft center. She writes historical romance and billionaire romance stories. You can find her outside enjoying nature and lots of sunshine when there are no bugs. When she’s not writing her next novel, she’s busy battling Cystic Fibrosis and hugging family. She lives and works in Canada.

I Never Lied to You

Holidays can be stressful. Especially if you are a handsome man with no social skills who suddenly gets dumped by his girlfriend. And like that wasn’t enough, your quirky sister convinces you to participate in a fishy experiment. What could go wrong? Apparently, everything that Peter, the unfortunate subject of the experiment, can imagine. But along that hilarious ride, he will find a few unexpected surprises. And maybe even a real miracle. The Christmas romantic comedy I Never Lied to You (Well, Almost) is a feel-good story filled with twists, unusual characters, weird family members, embarrassing friends, and above all a lot of love.

Meet Amanda Lake

I love to write. Especially when I have the chance to introduce the little things in life that make us who we are. I like awkward and interesting characters which maybe may seem too odd at a first glance, but show depth and their broad heart after a closer look.

Snowflake Wishes, Christmas Kisses

Cyber security expert Cord McQuada heads back home with his twelve-year-old niece in tow. Not that he ever planned to return after the community booted him out eight years ago. And since his only Christmas presents growing up came from the local gas station, he’d rather skip the town’s over-the-top festivities.

Giselle Delacroix, heir to a French fashion line, decides to jump ship and open a children’s clothing store. Busy and overworked, the last thing Giselle needs is a Christmas romance—even if the man involved is every woman’s pièce de résistance.

Melah, Heaven’s unofficial matchmaker, sends her new protégée to quell problems, but can she help Cord and Giselle ignite some Christmas sparks?

Meet Annalisa Russo

Annalisa Russo, a Midwest girl who grew up in an overpopulated first-generation Italian family in the ‘burbs of Chicago, published her first historical romance in 2012. Her Christmas novels are sweet and contemporary romances, and her historical novels chronicle the lives of Italian immigrants in the 1920s and 30s.
On a personal note, along with a passion for reading and writing, Annalisa enjoys gardening, cooking for company, and frequently invents reasons for traveling. The mother of two grown children, she now shares her home with a narcissistic tabby named Buster who really runs the show.

Christmas with an Alaskan Man


She is the woman of his dreams, but she has a secret that could tear them apart.

Jazmine Campbell is a therapist, but that doesn’t mean she never struggles with sharing her feelings. In fact, there’s one thing she never told anyone since admitting it out loud is too painful. Years ago, her doctor told her she can’t have children, and although it rips her up inside, she lets everyone think she doesn’t have a husband and children because she’s too focused on her career.

Clay Drover may look like a mountain man, but he has a few surprises up his sleeve, one being he owns a huge house and is financially set for life. His lonely childhood makes him long for a family of his own, and he knows just the woman to share his life with.

When Jazmine flies out to Alaska for her cousin’s Christmas wedding, she and Clay are thrust together once again. Will Clay be able to convince her to lower her guard? Or will her secret divide them once and for all?

A Darling Bay Christmas: Three Heartwarming Holiday Short Stories


Ring in the season with this charming short-story trilogy by internationally-bestselling authors Juliet Blackwell, Sophie Littlefield, and Rachael Herron.

Darling Bay’s favorite Santa Claus has just died, but before the beloved Earl passed, he wrote a few really important letters. The letters are acting as matchmakers in Earl’s absence, and three couples get pushed together by his ribbons of ink. Merriment shimmers, hearts are gladdened, and kisses are stolen during the storm that moves into Darling Bay over the holiday weekend. The storm threatens to shut down the whole town, but as hearts waken, will love triumph over all as Earl pulls heartstrings from above?

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Once Upon a Romance


Christmas. Disney. Romance. No greater magic.

When Sophie’s eight-year-old niece, Ariel, asks Santa Claus for a single wish to honor her mom’s memory, Sophie knows she must grant it. Unfortunately for Sophie, Ariel’s wish is to ride her mom’s favorite ride on Christmas day, and it’s at the last place on earth Sophie wants to visit—Walt Disney World. It will be the first Christmas without her sister, and reliving childhood memories of her best friend is not how she wants to spend her holiday. Sophie’s only desire is to spend Christmas on the slopes with her reliable and stable beau, Darren, who has reluctantly agreed to postpone their trip until the day after Christmas.

But when Sophie runs into a charming stranger, who offers up his extensive Disney knowledge, he instantly becomes her hero. A wave of relief washes over Sophie—he may just be the one to give Ariel the magical experience she desires. And, even though Sophie doesn’t realize it, he may be exactly what she needs too.

Can a bit of Christmas magic help this ruggedly-attractive stranger win Sophie’s heart when she believes it already belongs to Darren? And will Sophie continue to allow her painful past to haunt her, or will she let it go?

The first book in A Dream Come True series is a heart-warming holiday romance set in “The Most Magical Place On Earth.”

Set to Simmer


Life is too short to live on the back burner.

Sawyer Dumont is made of sarcasm and steel. Successful, rich and easy on the eyes, it’s not his fault women don’t stay around long. They should really try to be more interesting. Despite his career as a cardiovascular surgeon, Sawyer knows very little about matters of the heart. So what if his longest lasting relationship is with his father and his quirky aunt who stepped up to raise him? If he could just find them a personal chef to help them through their golden years, then life would be perfect.

Slinging drinks and lighting shots on fire is a far cry from the dream Dakota Brightling had when she moved to California to attend culinary school. At work she watches others live her dream just twelve feet away in the resort restaurant. Story of her life: Close but not close enough. Finding an ad for an in-home chef, she knows she’s the perfect candidate. She’s only missing one thing, a culinary degree. But isn’t chasing your dream worth a little lie or two? It isn’t exactly the path she wanted, but Dakota knows that some of the best recipes are often improvised.

Instantly taken with Henri Dumont, and his sister, Eloise, two eccentric French seniors, Dakota feels like she’s found where she was meant to be all along. With Sawyer’s cynicism undermining her every move, she knows she has a lot to prove. Between her lack of schooling, her overbearing mother who thinks she’s been abducted, and Sawyer breathing down her neck, things are getting hot in the kitchen. Can she pull it all together, or will her culinary career end as just another flash in the pan?


It’s not hard to recognize Sawyer’s voice, especially when he sounds annoyed. That’s the voice I’m most used to hearing after all.

“We went to cut down a tree.”

“I know,” the annoyance only grows, “but where are you?”

“Oh, we’re at the one off—”

“No, Kota,” he tries again, and his patience is gone, “I’m wandering between the cedars and the blue spruce and I don’t see you. Where are you?”

I push up on my tip toes because I think I can see him. I wave an arm above my head. The line goes dead, and then I’m sure he saw me.

“This one is fuller.” Eloise is still arguing.

“But this one will let the ornaments dangle between the branches,” Hank retorts, as if it is that much more important.

She yells something in French, and Hank throws his hands over his head in frustration as Sawyer steps through the wall of trees.

“Of course, all I had to do was listen for angry French and I’d find my family. What are we getting?” He pulls at a tree leaning against another and says, “This seems fine.”

“It’s all scraggly.”

“It looks like a tree to me, Dakota.”

“It’s too short.”

“It’s our house, not Rockerfeller.”

I groan. “Oh, who invited you anyway?”

“You did,” he says with a smirk. “Let’s get this done.”

Henri, which one do you prefer?”

“The one Dakota found.”

I shoot a smug look at Sawyer to drive my victory home.

“Fine, Dad, I’ll drag it up front.”

“No, I’ll take it. You weren’t even supposed to be here.”

“Tell you what, Dad, I was worried about you exerting yourself, so I rearranged my day. But you grab the tree since you’re so healthy.”

“Gladly.” Hank snags the trunk from my grasp. He drags it through the leaves until Eloise grabs the other half and lightens his load.

“You’d think a doctor would insist on carrying it himself.” I let an eyebrow jut upward. “I don’t see you carrying anything, Doctor.”

Sawyer’s head tilts for a moment. “Sure I am. I’m taking you.” He ducks low and plants his shoulder into my stomach while wrapping his arm around the back of my knees. I’m squealing and giggling but trying not to kick him as he has me slung over his shoulder like a sack of laundry.