The Mistletoe Problem
So you’ve probably realized by now that The Mistletoe Problem is out. It came out on time on the 7th, but I never did a post on the website for it. I was tired and am behind. Sorry.
Here are the links for it, if you missed it or were waiting for my post:
Noah’s winter holiday seasons tend to be busy but uneventful. Most of his time is spent running his mildly magical gift shop and trying not to obsess over Robin, his much too appealing seasonal employee. When Robin bursts into the back room of the shop to tell him that something is wrong with the mistletoe, Noah realizes this year is going to be a bit more interesting. But it’s fine. All he has to do is retrieve all the spelled mistletoe before it causes kiss-filled chaos all over town while keeping his hands—and lips—off Robin. Simple, right? No problem at all.
Next up: I’m not 100% sure. I wanted to finish the shifter and with one I have started, but they’re not feeling chatty.
At the top of my list, in no particular order, are:
-an FF fairytale inspired by a premade cover I fell in love with
-the fun little who-dun-it with a private investigator and a cursed client
-the shifter and witch MM
-a high fantasy MM about an elven prince and his family “blessing”
I am taking a bit of a break for the holidays and in early January I have some health things to sort through. After that, though, I’m hoping to get back to my usual work schedule. I have high hopes of giving you at least two books next year, life variables and budget allowing. And odds are very good that you’ll get another Christmas story.
Happy holidays, lovely people. May your new year be bright.
Thank you so much for reading my books.