Thursday, December 6, 2012

Christmas Wishes Blog Hop

                                    Update: Winner is Natasha! Congrats!!!

Hi everyone, and welcome to my stop on the Christmas Wishes Blog Hop. My giveaway is a $10 eGC to Samhain Publishing. To enter, just leave a comment telling me about one of your favorite Christmas traditions. Contest is open to all, but closes at Midnight on December 13th. Please also leave an email addy so I can contact you if you're the winner. And don't forget to visit the main event page and enter for the main giveaway of a A Kindle Paperwhite, A Nook Glow, and a $90 choice giftcard for either amazon or barnes and noble.  Both Tablets even come with a book bundle! Just click on the above graphic. Also be sure and hit the other stops linked at the bottom of this page for even more chances at winning goodies. Good luck!


Tis the season for double seduction.

The only item on Jana Colton’s Christmas list this year is Kevin Monahan. Preferably naked in her bed. The delicious, hunky chef has been resisting her forever, but she’s pulling out all the sexy stops this holiday. Especially since his acceptance of an out-of-state job threatens to nix her quest to rock his boxers off.

Jana has always been Kevin’s personal Kryptonite, but giving in to her isn’t an option. Relationships are a four-letter word in his book. He cares far too much for Jana to let his emotional baggage ultimately break her heart.

With the arrival of his best friend, Nick Pappas, the balance of temptation shifts. From their past history of sharing women, Nick knows every dirty trick it takes to lead Kevin astray, and he’s not afraid to use them. Particularly since Nick’s convinced that Jana is exactly what Kevin needs to be happy and whole.

Their game of seduction quickly snowballs into something that feels an awful lot like love—in triplicate. But with Kevin dead set on leaving Michigan, there’s a real possibility it could be a blue Christmas for them all.


Warning: This book contains an extremely tormented voyeur, a very naughty and not so saintly Nick, a liberal application of candy cane-flavored body paint, a buzzing butterfly, and enough raunchy fun on a sex swing to melt a snowman…or two.


"Every page will have you licking your lips, while the plot cleverly unravels to expose uninhibited, explosive sex. Redford has a real knack for turning even the simplest dinner scene into an erotic feast."~Romantic Times 








 
 

28 comments:

julie beasley said...

we cook a big piece of pork christmas eve, and have hot pork in a bread bun, with stuffing and crackling and open a little present that we have hung on the tree. julie.beasley@btinternet.com

Raonaid Luckwell said...

actually like the tradition of letting the boys decorate the tree after the hubby and I put it up.

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elaing8 said...

A tradition I like is every year I buy a new ornament for my tree. Sometimes it has meaning,like if there was a baby born within that year.
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laurie said...

thank you very much for the wonderful blog hop and great giveaway

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Carol said...

My tradition of the past few years has been to bake Christmas fruit cake in late October/early November and open up the first one on the first Sunday of Advent.

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Anonymous said...

I love eating the amazing homemade tamales a family friend brings before we open presents!

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Natasha said...

Decorating and putting up the tree!
Thanks for the chance to win!
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ceagles said...

Decorating the whole house usually the 2nd weekend of Dec.

Chris
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Bea said...

Writing out the Christmas cards as I sip a drink and listen to holiday music or watch a holiday movie.

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bn100 said...

We like to decorate the tree together.

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kimberly holgate said...

we open one present on christmas eve
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Ann Montclair said...

Such fun finding new authors. Great hopping with you!

--Ann Montclair

K. April Holgate said...

My fave tradition is watching A Christmas Story every day until Christmas!

Thanks for the giveaway!!
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barbara said...

I don't really have a tradition but I love the holiday season. Thanks for the giveaway!
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Anonymous said...

I guess it would be food related, such as having chestnuts for the holidays.

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Nay Nay said...

Merry Christmas! I love blog hops and this one is HUGE! The only tradition we have is me and the hubby cuddle up in front of the fire on Christmas Eve and listen to Christmas music. Hope you have a wonderful holiday. Thanks for being part of the hop and for the chance to win. <^_^>
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Brenda Jean Hyde said...

Every Christmas Eve my husband and I plus out three kids play board games, listen to Cmas music and eat fun food. The boys are 18 and 19 this year, and my daughter is 12. We've done this every year, even through those teen years when they'd rather hang with their friends. LOL

I love your books Jodi. Thanks for having the fun contests!

SheriV said...

I love Christmas Eve new pajamas.

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Michelle Bledsoe said...

I love doing my 12 Days of Christmas Grab Bag for my daughter each year. She gets to pick on gift out of the bag. She has loved doing it since she was 5.

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Joanne said...

One on my favorite Christmas traditions is taking the family to the drive thru Christmas lights display. There's Christmas music, and 3D glasses to make the experience unique.

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susanmp said...

baking christmas cookies with my kids.

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JanD said...

Having a meal (usually a lot of sweets) after midnight mass.
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Book Attict said...

Getting together with family for a big traditional Polish dinner!

Happy Holidays and thanks for the amazing giveaway!
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CBarton said...

Christmas Eve tradition for our family is to get together for appetizers and shrimp cocktail and open presents from extended family. Thank you for the giveaway and for being a part of the hop.

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Sassy Chassy said...

Spending time with family, family, and more family!

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Tiffany Drew said...

We make homemade ornaments every year :) Thank you!


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Marlene Breakfield said...

We open presents on Christmas day then the whole family has a great meal with turkey and cornbread dressing.
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Sherry Johnson said...

My Christmas tradition would be opening one gift on Christmas Eve.

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