Friday, December 20, 2013

New Releases from Breathless Press~ December 20th, 2013

Not So Silent Night by Kelly Ryan
Paranormal
ISBN: 978-1-77101-212-6
Heat Rating: 3

Words: 13079
Available at Publisher

Another lonely Christmas approaches for Anna and her life of penance—until the otherworldly Alexander appears.

Anna is a lonely woman, running her dead grandmother's flower shop. She hates Christmas and could not feel more lost when a handsome and mysterious Russian, Alexander, walks into her shop and her life. Each has secrets and magic they are harboring. Just as their passion erupts, the good old boys in town threaten to ruin everything. Getting to know each other is tough for most couples, but with a pack of werewolves out to destroy them, things become intense. They find themselves in a fight for their lives. Can their newfound love give them the strength to win against this threat and trust in the future?



Christmas Eve Surprise by Ivy Bateman
Contemporary Erotic Romance
ISBN: 978-1-77101-205-8
Words: 18006
Heat Rating: 3
Available at Publisher

Christmas is a time for love and thoughtful gifts, but sometimes surprises go a little too far. 

It's Christmas time and Tim and Stella are on the hunt for the perfect gifts for each other. Since last Christmas, their hot love life has cooled substantially. Tim feels he's to blame and Stella thinks it's her fault, but this Christmas both of them have put a lot of thought into how to make the other happy and put the fire back in the bedroom. However, with such unorthodox gifts ready to be revealed, will their Christmas Eve present opening be a pleasant surprise or an unwelcome one?




Christmas Pans Gone Awry by R. Ann Sircusa
A Tour Director Extraordinaire Series Novella
Free Read
Contemporary/Holiday Sweet Romance
Heat Rating: 0
Available at Publisher

My Christmas plans with Will are stalled when my boss decides to have me oversee a bunch of kids. Imagine my surprise when they are elves.

My Christmas plans are thrown off track with the boss's demands. To make matters worse, he doesn't tell me the so called children are not kids but adults—albeit short ones. And is it my fault they're actual elves and I have no idea how to address them? Who would know that? The elves want me to help them find they're missing baker. I agree to recruit Will. Maybe some of our Christmas can be saved after all. 
I hope Will and I can accomplish our mission soon. The spy business interferes enough with our personal plans without elves tumbling through. But can we do it in time to save our own Christmas?

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