Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Blitz- Wedding Bells in Christmas by Debbie Mason - Top 5 List, Excerpt & Giveaway!

by Debbie Mason 
(May 26, 2015; Forever Mass Market)

To have and to hold from this day forward

Wedding bells are ringing in the charming town of Christmas, but not for Vivian Westfield. She's just had her heart trampled under the cowboy boots of Chance McBride and lost her dream job at a big-city newspaper. But when she returns for a wedding, she stumbles on a story that could resurrect her career. First, though, she'll have to deal with the handsome man standing in her way . . . and a still-burning flame that's too hot to ignore.

Chance recognizes trouble when he sees it. He just didn't expect to find it in the first-class cabin on the flight home for his father's wedding. Yet there she is, as gorgeous as ever. Vivi dared Chance to want things he knew he could never have. It's why he left her. But Christmas's meddling matchmakers have them firmly in their sights. So if they want to survive the next week, they'll have to play the part of an adoring couple-an irresistible charade that may give them a second chance at the real thing . . .

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About the author:

Debbie Mason is the bestselling author of the Christmas, Colorado series. Her books have been praised for their "likable characters, clever dialogue and juicy plots" (RT Book Reviews). She also writes historical paranormals as Debbie Mazzuca. Her MacLeod series has received several nominations for best paranormal as well as a Holt Medallion Award of Merit. When she isn't writing or reading, Debbie enjoys spending time with her very own real-life hero, their four wonderful children, an adorable grandbaby, and a yappy Yorkie named Bella.

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Top 5 ways to be a matchmaker

If you want to be a matchmaker, spend some time with Nell McBride. 

5.   Nell's been setting up couples for decades and has a 95% success rate. So when the single residents of Christmas, Colorado are looking for their one-and-only, they go to Nell for help. And for those who don't want to be set-up, they try to stay off her radar.  Not that it does them much good.

4.   Since she's watched most of the citizens of Christmas grow up, Nell knows their likes and dislikes and what they're interested in. It makes it easier for her to find their perfect match. Whether they want her to or not.

3.   Nell knows everyone. She's a people person and thinks of herself as a part-time therapist. Traits that come in handy for a matchmaker.

2.   Being savvy on social media is another skill that comes in handy for a matchmaker. And Nell's very savvy. Much to the chagrin of the citizens of Christmas.

1.   But what makes Nell the perfect matchmaker is that she truly loves the residents of her hometown and wants to see them happy.

“I thought we’d already settled this, Slick.” His hand wrapped around the neck of the bottle, he moved it between them. “You and me, we’re together now.”

“We are, but I wasn’t sure if that meant you wanted me to—”

She bowed her head when he gave his a frustrated shake, set his beer bottle on the dock, and got to his feet.

He held out his hand. “Come on.”

“No, I want to talk about this.”

“We will, once I have you naked and in my arms.”

She smiled and patted the blanket. “We can do that right here.”

He kept his eyes on her as he undid his shorts and stripped them off. “In the water. Now.” Without waiting for her response, which she was having trouble forming due to the delectable view he provided, he turned around, giving her a brief look at his muscled back, tight backside, and powerful legs before diving into the water.

He reappeared moments later, looking like he belonged on a movie set or in a magazine as he smoothed his hair back from his gorgeous face with his hands. “Come to me.”

There was something beneath the command in his deep voice that had her rising to her feet. Her eyes locked to his as she walked to the edge of the dock. The dancing moonlight shimmered across the water, illuminating his serious, almost pained expression. For some reason this was important to him. Maybe he needed to know she trusted him to take care of her, to protect her.

She looked into the dark depths. Oh God, she really didn’t want to get in the water. But from day one this man had pushed her out of her comfort zone. Why did she expect him to change now? Taking a deep breath, she loosened her towel, letting it drop to her feet.

“Jesus, God,” Chance said, his voice gruff, his eyes drinking her in.

He’d seen every inch of her body, kissed and caressed it, too, but the way he looked at her now felt strangely more intimate. She lifted her hands, about to cover herself, but dropped them to her sides when he said, “Don’t ever hide yourself from me. You are the most beautiful woman I have ever seen, Vivi Westfield. I . . .” He had that pained look on his face again, then he smiled and held up
his hands. “I’ll catch you.”

Vivi didn’t let herself think; she just closed her eyes and jumped.

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