This Just In: Kisses, She Wrote by Katharine Ashe

The Christmas season is really gaining speed. And it’s the season for Christmas novels and novellas too. I already have the eARC of Kiss Me on This Cold December Night by Charlotte Phillips and now I just received my ebook purchase of Katharine Ashe‘s novella Kisses, She Wrote. Out today, December 3, 2013.

Do you guys have any suggestions for novels or novellas with a Christmas theme? I’d love to hear about them.

 

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Christmas in town has never been so steamy . . .

Handsome as sin and scandalously rakish, Cam Westfall, the Earl of Bedwyr, is every young lady’s wickedest dream. Shy wallflower Princess Jacqueline of Sensaire knows this better than anyone, because her dreams are full of the breathtaking earl’s kisses. And not only her dreams—her diary, too.

But when Cam discovers the maiden’s not-so-maidenly diary, will her wildest Christmas wishes be fulfilled in its pages . . . or in his arms?

 

 

About the author:

katharine asheIn 2012 Amazon chose Katharine’s How To Be a Proper Lady as one of the Ten Best Romances of the Year. Upon the publication of her debut in 2010, the American Library Association named Katharine among its “New Stars of Historical Romance”. She is a two-time nominee and 2011 winner of the Reviewers’ Choice Awards for Best Historical Romantic Adventure, and her novella A Lady’s Wish launched HarperCollins Publishers’ Avon Impulse imprint in 2011. Her books have been recommended by Woman’s World MagazineBooklistLibrary Journal, Barnes & Noble, theSan Francisco & Sacramento Book Review, Durham County Libraries, and the Library of Virginia

Katharine lives in the wonderfully warm Southeast with her husband, son, dog, and a garden she likes to call romantic rather than unkempt. A professor of European history, she has made her home in California, Italy, France, and the northern US. She adores hearing from readers.

Check out her Website, Facebook, and Twitter accounts for more info.

 

 

 

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