Saturday, November 9, 2019

Spotlight: Stealing Kisses in the Snow

Stealing Kisses in the Snow (Rendezvous Falls - Book 2) by Jo McNally

Publication Date: 10/29/2019
Publisher: Harlequin
Imprint: HQN
Genre: Contemporary Romance 
Pages: 384

Spotlights are books that I didn’t have the time to review this month. But ones that still make great reading options.

In this one opposites do attract!

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Excerpt from Stealing Kisses in the Snow courtesy of Amazon’s Look Inside feature


It’s Christmas in Rendezvous Falls and love’s waiting to be unwrapped…

Single mom Piper Montgomery’s plate is full. Between her two adorable kids, two jobs and a fixer-upper house, she’s so busy she can hardly see straight. But when rugged biker Logan Taggart strolls into the inn where she’s working, she can’t help but stare. He has bad boy written all over him. And with two kids relying on her, that’s the last thing she needs this Christmas.

Rendezvous Falls is nothing but a pit stop for Logan. Once his grandmother is back on her feet and ready to reclaim the inn, Logan can get back on the road. It’s where he belongs, even if his grandmother’s matchmaking book club try to convince him otherwise. Still, there’s something about beautiful spitfire Piper that makes him wonder if family and forever might just be what he needs after all.

But as the holidays draw ever closer, so do Piper and Logan. Could these polar opposites find that all they want this Christmas is each other?

Stealing Kisses in the Snow is available now from your favorite bookseller

About the author:

Jo McNally lives in coastal North Carolina with 100 pounds of dog and 200 pounds of husband – her slice of the bed is very small. When she's not writing or reading romance novels (or clinging to the edge of the bed...), she can often be found on the back porch sipping wine with friends, listening to great music. If the weather is absolutely perfect, she'll occasionally join her husband on the golf course, where she always feels far more competitive than her actual skill-level would suggest.

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