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Naughty or Nice - Why Choose Just One?!
When it comes to romance heroes, I like to enjoy a side of naughty with my nice hero. Or is it a side of nice with my naughty hero? To me, the best romance heroes are a combination of both.
Take for example Ethan Hunter, the hero of my book, RUN TO YOU. Ethan's bad boy reputation would definitely land him on Santa's "Naughty List." As a teenager, he caused more than his fair share of trouble around town. These days, he's known as a ladies' man - always up for a good time, but don't expect him to get serious (until he falls head over heels for new-in-town Gabby Winters, of course).
Despite his reputation, Ethan might just land on the "Nice List." He's completely devoted to his beloved grandmother Dixie, who raised him after he lost his parents. He even enters into a fake relationship with Gabby to fulfill his grandma's dying wish. Oh, and did I mention he has a couple of Olympic gold medals in his closet?
I have a free short story available right now called ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU, featuring Ethan and Gabby from RUN TO YOU as they celebrate their first Christmas together. Grab your free copy here!
And I'm including Gabby's snow cream recipe from ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU in case you'd like to try it out yourself this winter. It's delicious - trust me. Just be sure to avoid the yellow snow! *wink* If you can, set a large bowl outside when it starts to snow, and let Mother Nature fill it for you!
- 4 cups snow
- 1 cup milk
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla
Mix it all together - either by hand or in the blender - and serve immediately. Optional extra step: add sprinkles. Enjoy!
Happy Holidays, everyone!
At the center of the town's matchmaking is Ethan's grandmother, who's convinced their relationship is a done deal. Rather than break her heart, Gabby and Ethan find themselves cornered into pretending to be falling in love. The problem: there's serious sizzling attraction between them. And if this charade continues, they won't fool just the entire town - they might fool themselves too . . .