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Holiday Gifts of Love Blog Hop

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It’s a Happy Holiday from your favorite Authors and Bloggers. While we know everyone celebrates a different way, we wanted to make sure that you guys knew how much we treasure you all. So from Dec 14th to Dec 17th, all 200 or so of us will be blogging about the holidays and what they mean to us. We may talk about our favorite holiday traditions, recipes, gifts, reads, heroes, and so much more. We want to hear about what you do for the holidays, what you read, and who you’ll spend it with. We hope to see you here and happy hopping!

And while we do that, we are EACH doing a giveaway. Yep. There will be over 200 giveaways on each blog hosted by that Author or Blogger.

But that’s not all…

We have THREE grand prizes. You as a reader can go to EACH blog and comment with your email address and be entered to win. Yep, you can enter over 200 times!

Now what are those prizes?

*1st Grand Prize: A Kindle Fire or Nook Tablet

*2nd Grand Prize: A $200 Amazon or B&N Gift Card

*3rd Grand Prize: A Swag Pack that contains paperbacks, ebooks, 50+ bookmarks, cover flats, magnets, pens, coffee cozies, and more!AHuntersAngel_w6861_750

 *Also I’m giving away a copy of A Hunter’s Angel to one lucky poster so please leave your email address!


Link to the list of Bloggers participating in the Hop:  http://carrieannbloghops.blogspot.com/


 One of my favorite things about the Christmas season is catching up on some of my favorite holiday movies.  Here are my top five.

5—A Christmas Romance, TV-1994, Olivia Newton-John and Gregory Harrison

4—The Santa Clause, 1994, Tim Allen

3— It’s a Wonderful Life, 1946, Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed

2—A Christmas Carol, TV-1984, George C. Scott

1—National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, 1989, Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo

Actually number 1 and 2 are almost tied. I had a hard time deciding which one I liked more… But in the end Chevy Chase’s antics won over George C. Scott’s amazing acting ability.

So, what’s your favorite Christmas movie?


AHuntersBlade_w7301_750Available now on Amazon, Everywhere on January 2

Brigit Wolfe, a born werewolf, hasn’t killed a human in over a hundred years, although now, she wonders if the animal attacking people in Silver Creek, Colorado, isn’t her. But she might have bigger problems when her cowboy neighbor, Austin Calhoun, ambles into her bar. Austin hasn’t been a vampire for long, but he is determined to prove to himself that he’s worthy of his hunter’s dagger. Brigit’s rare beauty and blade-sharp tongue enchants him. She ignites a passion he thought was dead, but is she the killer his master sent him to destroy? During Austin’s investigation regarding Brigit’s involvement in the deaths, an old crime surfaces connected to her human best friend. These two immortal enemies have to join forces to solve the mystery before someone else dies. But can they survive the heat of their own desire?



She stopped in front of him and growled, “Let’s get something established about werewolves. There are two kinds. The lesser wolves who are made. And the Lykan who are born. I’m not one of the degenerates. I was born a Lykan in 1647. The first child of Valeriu and Elena. I’m an alpha and you are nothing more than a fledgling just hatched.”

He broke free of her power by drawing on his own. When he moved toward her, Austin held his hands to his side, ready to grab the hunter’s dagger sheathed inside his jacket. His fangs had long ago descended ready for a fight. “I don’t really give a flying fuck whether you were made, born, or hatched.”

When the energy of Brigit’s power touched him again, he pulled the silver blade. “I want to know if you’re the one preying on these people.”

Her eyes widened and she backed up a step as he approached. “I told you I didn’t attack those humans. I haven’t killed a mortal in over a hundred years. How many innocents have you snacked on tonight? How many of them did you want to kill?”

“I don’t hurt my prey,” he said through clenched teeth. He’d never let her know battling the beast within every feeding was the hardest thing he’d ever done. “If you didn’t kill those people then you have nothing to worry about. Best way to figure out who did is by working together.” He put the sliver blade away, and his fangs retracted.

“What do you have planned?”

Austin didn’t miss the slight quiver in her voice. “We begin with you telling me everything you remember from those nights you became the big, bad wolf.”


34 thoughts on “Holiday Gifts of Love Blog Hop

  1. Beckey says:

    I have two that are my favorite, Miracle on 34th Street (the orginal) and Polar Express.
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    Happy Holidays

  2. Tammy Turner says:

    One of my favorite Christmas Romance Books is The Untamable Rogue by Annette Blair! The story is about Ashford Blackburne Fifth Earl and he has to get married and get his willing bride pregnant before Christmas or his grandfather won’t let him inherit his money. Ash truly needs to inherit the money because his late father squandered it all away and he is taking care of his mother. After getting stood up at the alter, again, Ash and his friends go to the local pub where the owner plays a drunken Ash in a card game…his consolation prize is the pubs daughter Larkin, who he wants to get ride of. Ash has to learn to forgive…Larkin has to learn how to trust…can two completely different people find love together. This is a cute, extremely funny, romantic story with a surprise Christmas ending!


  3. Dawna Newman says:

    The Santa Clause is one of my favorites as well as A Christmas Carol (I love all versions).


  4. Crystal Young says:

    It would be a toss up between White Christmas and Miracle on 34th Street
    thanks for the chance to win

    crystaley73 at yahoo dot com

  5. Really do not watch christmas movies. Though I was eager to watch Christmas with Holly, based on Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor by Lisa Kleypas. Sadly it was nothing like the book..

    Raonaid at gmail dot com

  6. kimberly holgate says:

    definatly a christmas story i watch it at least once a day all the way up to christmas then its on repeat
    kaholgate at ymail dot com

  7. kym amaral says:

    I love Christmas Movies, two of my favorite are Miracle on 34th street, and Serendipity.

    Merry Christmas !

  8. Shadow says:

    What an awesome hop!! And a fantastic giveaway! Thank you!! Happy holidays to you all! Best wishes and many blessings!

  9. Carla says:

    My favorite thing about this season is cookies; I love making and eating them. Everyone is so willing to share.
    planterofhope at aol dot com

  10. Mary Roya says:

    My favorite Christmas is the original cartoon “How the Grinch stole christmas”. I really enjoy the holiday season. I enjoy the smells, the food and lights. Oh and the music too. Not much into baking anymore. But I do enjoy tasting, ask my scales. Tee Hee. Thanks for being on the Holiday Blog Hop. Great blog. roya-clan@sbcglobal.net

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