In December, I like to read holiday books that are short! It seems the time goes by so fast and my reading time is limited.
It’s so fun to get a few Christmas books in.
This year, I’ve released my first romance novel. It’s the kind of book I’d like to read, a quick and upbeat book with a good amount of action, a lot of holiday cheer and a fun storyline (with a happy ending, of course!)
For now, it’s available only on Amazon. Trying a little experiment with their KDP books (only with the Lila series, not with the cozy mysteries). Lila’s Christmas Catastrophe is included if you have a KDP book subscription or 0.99 if you want to purchase the ebook.
Lila’s Christmas Catastrophe is also available in print version. You can check out the Amazon page here.
This book is categorized as a ‘sweet romance,’ meaning you could share it with your niece or your grandma without blushing! No sex scenes, no graphic violence (well, there’s no violence in this one!).
Here is a little bit about the book:
Lila just wanted a date over the holidays. At least she’d be able to tell her friends and family she was seeing someone. Despite her successful career and charming condo, everyone knew she really wanted a husband and family. Lila tried persuading others that she was fine, but during the most wonderful time of the year, her heart ached.
Determined to not let her desire for romance get the better of her this year, Lila dives into her work and fills her social calendar.
Then, the unpredictable happens. She gets two dates! The first guy is Jason, the handsome, successful lawyer who appears to have everything going for him.
Then there is Matt.
Matt is quieter, almost smoldering in resentment. He hates Christmas and tells Lila so bluntly the first time they meet. Lila is shaken by his bluntness but is drawn to him for reasons she doesn’t quite understand.
As the season moves quickly towards Christmas, the romance between Lila and both men heats up. Lila finds out about their pasts and has a decision to make. Does she risk love again or go with what she’s known?