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Publisher pitch: Crimson Romance, Dec 2015

27 November 2015

Crimson Romance_200This year Crimson Romance marks an incredible three years of publishing more than 400 acclaimed, heartwarming, smart romances.

Our authors have been nominated for and won many RWA chapter awards, and received glowing praise from romance stars like Debbie Macomber, Kat Martin, and other USA Today bestselling authors.

Our books have received starred reviews from Library Journal, and glowing praise from Publishers Weekly, USA Today, RT Book Reviews and Heroes & Heartbreakers.

Thanks for taking a look at our new releases this December.

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Fair Trade by Katie Kenyhercz (contemporary). Olivia Parker is thrilled to finally land a dream position as the assistant physician for the Las Vegas Sinners NHL team, but a fling with sexy lineman Grayson Gunn could ruin that. Should she follow her passion or her heart?

Texarkana Love: 6 Contemporary Romances by Kathryn Brocato (contemporary). Six tales of sultry, southern couples willing to gamble on love despite their squabbling roots. You can’t help but shout yehaw!

14 December

Sweet Montana Christmas by Casey Dawes (contemporary). Chocolatier Sue Anne Devereaux sees a clear path to entrepreneurial success, until gorgeous Zach Crippen blows into her life and makes no secret of the fact he won’t stay in this small Montana town. Is their love strong enough to sacrifice her sweet future for?

Second Time Around: 10 Reunited Romances (contemporary). There’s nothing BTDT when ex-flames run into each other again. Come along for the ride as they learn just how powerful and sexy destiny can be.

21 December

Tangled Vines: An Australian Rural Romance by Nicole Flockton (contemporary). Kyle Davis has ignored Christmas since he lost his whole family in the Boxing Day tsunami last decade. But this year, winemaker Jordan Hastings is also holed up at his getaway property, nursing a broken heart and shattered career. Can a tree and some mistletoe turn their seasons around?

Love Under the Sun: 10 Seaside Romances (contemporary). Sand, surf, and sun—there’s no better place to fall in love than at the beach. And these ten couples make the most of the vacation mindset as they discover their happily ever after comes with a bit of sunscreen and a whole lot of adventure!

28 December

Holiday Fling: 10 Vacation Romances (contemporary). Get swept away from your everyday troubles with these ten vacation romances. A change of scenery and a sexy stranger leads to sparks flying for these ten charming couples. But when their holidays are over, can they figure out how to turn their flings into forever love?

Cotillion Ball Saga, Books 4-6 by Becky Lower (historical). All the drama and challenged loyalties of the pre-Civil War era comes to life as the members of the Fitzpatrick family carve out their own lives and settle for nothing less than true love. Settle in to enjoy these three tales of independent, passionate, and strong American heroines!

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Healing Beau FeaturedFEATURED BOOK

Healing Beau by Alicia Hunter Pace (Beauford Bend,
book 4) (contemporary)

Ranger SGT Beau Beauford’s life has been one solid screw-up, and now he’s impregnated his best friend. Christian Hambrick has always had a soft spot for Beau, but now it’s time to wage a little tough love and make him see that he doesn’t have to be a prisoner of his past. If she fails, her baby will grow up without a father because Christian won’t settle for less than the best.

This book is due out 21 December.

Crimson Romance are kindly offering ARRA members the chance to win a copy of this book. To go into the draw leave a comment below. The giveaway will close on 11 December 2015. (The giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to Lyn W.)

  1. Yvonne permalink
    1 December 2015 1:55 am

    Congratulations to Alicia on your release. Like the themes of friendship turning to romance and that of a strong woman not settling for less. Look forward to reading this story.

  2. lynette williams permalink
    27 November 2015 3:30 pm

    good review one to look out for—–LynW

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