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Saturday, November 9, 2019

Montana Mistletoe by Kim Law 💕 Book Blitz, Freebie Offer & eBook Bundle Giveaway 💕 (Contemporary Holiday Romance)

She has the chance to create the future she wants . . . but first she’ll have to face her past.

Young, vibrant, and willing to confront any obstacle in her path, Bree Yarbrough has spent the last few years traveling the world and learning from the great artists. Only, her work has yet to strike a lasting chord. When her hometown mentor reaches out with an opportunity that will set her on the path to success, she knows she can’t say no. But once back in Silver Creek, she discovers she isn’t the only one who’s returned home. Justin Cory has as well—and he’s living next door. She may have made a fool of herself over him before, but Bree isn’t the kind of girl to let past mortification stand in the way of something she wants.

The last ten years of Justin Cory’s life has been driven by one focus: go to school, get his physical therapy degree, and return home so he can be there for his mom. But now that he’s back, he can’t stop thinking about the night that changed his life forever—and the guilt he can’t escape. Fun, irresistible, and once-best-friend Bree seems like the perfect distraction. She isn’t sticking around past the holidays, so he doesn’t have to worry she’ll expect more than he can give. But as they spend the season together, stolen mistletoe kisses start to feel all too right. However, with the future uncertain and the past hanging over them, it may take more than mistletoe to get from Christmas to forever.

Bree hadn’t had so much fun since prom night. Justin’s colleagues certainly knew how to throw a party. She’d danced with several of them throughout the evening, including a few of the women, and had even coaxed Justin out on the floor a couple of times. She’d also talked to her heart’s content. She loved people, and that was one of the reasons she’d always wanted to travel instead of either going to college or just settling down somewhere. There were so many different types of people to run into, everywhere she went.
What she didn’t like, though, was not having a place that felt like home. But with her and Justin having cleared the air, she now knew that anytime she felt like coming home again, she could do exactly that. And nothing would be awkward about it.
“Thank you again for bringing me tonight.” She spoke as the current song ended, grinning up at him at the same time, and noticed how the earlier brightness to Justin’s gaze had dimmed slightly. He’d neither done nor said anything to indicate he was ready to go, but she knew him well enough to understand that the poor guy needed a break. Or, at least, he needed to be in a room that didn’t have loud music playing in it and wasn’t filled to the gills with people trying to talk over it.
“You’re welcome.” He gave her a small smile. “And thank you for coming. You definitely made the evening tolerable.”
That was probably the sweetest thing he could have said. She dipped her head. “I’m glad to be of service to my friend.”
“And I’m glad we’re friends again. I’ve missed you, Bree.”
She’d been wrong. That was the sweetest thing he could have said. “I’ve missed you, too. Come on.” She slipped her arm through the crook of his elbow. “Let’s get out of here. Take me on that tour you promised.”
“Yeah?” A flicker of excitement returned to his features.
“Yeah.” She laughed and leaned into him. “If I wasn’t with you, you’d have probably left already anyway.”
“About two minutes after I first came in,” he muttered, and as both of them snickered together, heading toward the main doors, the photographer who’d been hired for the evening stopped them.
“Oh my God, y’all. You’re just the cutest couple. And that dress”—the woman took in Bree from shoulders to toes—“honey, if I could do to that number what you do, I’d have fought you for it the minute you walked in here tonight.” She held up the camera in her hand. “Can I get a picture before you go?”
Bree looked up at Justin, and he was already nodding in agreement. He also seemed to be looking at her with lust in his eyes again. The way he had when she’d first gone over to his place and he’d gotten a look at her dress. 
Maybe the mention of her outfit had reminded him what she looked like in it. And yeah, she looked good. She knew that. But she hadn’t worn the dress to try to get Justin’s attention. At least, not consciously. That had just been a nice bonus.
“Come over here,” the photographer said, motioning them to the corner. “The lighting is better.”
They did as asked, smiling and mugging for the camera with the kind of joy the entire evening had been, but before the other woman finished, she pointed upward. 
“Now I need you two to kiss.”
“What?” Bree and Justin spoke at the same time.

The woman pointed up again. “You’re under the mistletoe. Let me get a shot of you kissing.”


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After her mother’s tragic death, Dani Wilde had no choice but to abandon her dreams. She left Columbia University and returned to her family’s Montana cherry farm, intent on being a maternal figure to her brothers. Now the kids are grown, and it’s finally her time to fly. Her sights are on New York City, and nothing will stop her—not even an old flame with gorgeous green eyes.

Celebrity photographer Ben Denton hasn’t seen Montana in years—and hasn’t spoken to Dani since “that night” so long ago. When he discovers he’s a dad to a four-year-old—and the child’s mother refuses to care for her—Montana and the Wilde farm spring to mind. The orchard is the only place that’s ever felt like home, but will the warmth of the Wilde family be enough to help Ben figure out how to be a father?

As the Wilde family gathers for the yearly cherry harvest and Dani struggles to figure out what she really wants in life, she discovers the shocking truth about her own mother—and learns that following her heart may lead her to her dreams after all.


Championship bull rider Nick Wilde is the face of Montana Pro Rodeo, with all the acclaim and fans he can handle. But is that enough? Contemplating his next career move, he’s come home to his family’s cherry orchard—and to his childhood crush, helicopter pilot Harper Stone. But Harper’s not quite the sexy, badass girl he once lusted after. Recently widowed, she’s broken in two. Wanting to help her move on, Nick finds himself aching for the kind of stability he never had as a child.

True love comes once if you’re lucky, and Harper already had her shot. An accident took her husband eighteen months ago and left only pain and guilt in his place. Now Nick is waking up her body and heart to everything she might still have to gain…or lose. A second chance is more than she thinks she deserves. But with a man like Nick doing the persuading, maybe it’s time to try.


Gabe Wilde has never been more ready for a change. Thirty-three and in the midst of a divorce, he’s packed up his second-grade daughter and come home to Birch Bay, Montana. New house, new career, new life. Only, with changes come stress. His daughter is struggling with the transition to their new norm—and Gabe is out of ideas as to how to help.

Erica Bird is mired in her own worries. After impulsively leaving the teaching job she loved, she may finally be free from her cheating ex, but separated from her family and everything she’s ever known, second guesses linger. Substitute teaching in Birch Bay is fine for the time being, but what will her future hold?

When Gabe’s daughter winds up in Erica’s class, the two meet—or rather, reunite. Neither has forgotten their college romance or the tender feelings they once shared, but will their complicated pasts destroy their second chance? Or will old desire lead to a new love when each needs it most?


Sometimes dreams change…and sometimes it takes a dream reader to make it happen.

When Jaden Wilde’s girlfriend turns down his marriage proposal just months before he receives his master’s in counseling, he’s convinced that it’s cold feet. Until he learns that her no came at the advice of a new age “dream reader.” But Arsula’s hardly the woo-woo hippie his scholarly mind imagined. She’s charming, smart, and uncannily perceptive. And before long, he’s drawn to her—despite his ongoing skepticism for how her practice works.

Arsula’s intuitions led her to Birch Bay not to guide Jaden’s girlfriend—but to guide him to his best life possible. As the odd one out in an unsupportive family, Arsula can relate to the struggle to find one’s path, and she wants to see Jaden with the woman of his dreams. Although she’s cautious of being the rebound girl, what she’s starting to feel for him is too real to ignore.

When Jaden’s own volatile family issues come to a head and his doubts are made resoundingly clear, Arsula worries she’s misread the signs. Maybe they’re all wrong for each other. Maybe he should be with his ex. She’s supported him, but if he can’t believe in her, how will they ever find out if they’re truly meant to be?


He’s falling for his brother’s ex—as if he needs another reason to go.

Nate Wilde is ready to leave Birch Bay. He’s been home too long as it is and extending his visit means risking fantasies of staying for good. Wants and desires never work out for him, though. With good comes bad, and he’s had enough bad to last a lifetime. Unfortunately, his siblings need him. The family orchard is on the brink of collapse, and they’re relying on him to help. Only . . . what can he possibly do to save an orchard that’s lost most of its trees?

Megan Manning, ex-girlfriend to Nate’s youngest brother and manager of the Wilde family’s cherry-themed gift store, intends to settle permanently in her newly adopted town. Her own family has always cared more about traveling the world than creating a place to call home, so she’s going to make that for herself. Her list for happiness is simple. A rewarding job, good friends, and finding someone to love. She doesn’t want the kind of love she grew up with, however. She wants someone willing to stick.

As Nate works to save the orchard, Megan pitches in to help. After all, no cherry farm equals no need for a cherry-themed gift store. But when constant contact has their chemistry spiking, Megan discovers there’s more than the family business worth fighting for. Only, will Nate be able to handle falling for his brother’s ex? Or will he walk . . . exactly as her family always has?


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As a child, award-winning author Kim Law cultivated a love for chocolate, anything purple, and creative writing. She penned her debut work, "The Gigantic Talking Raisin," in the sixth grade and got hooked on the delights of creating stories. Before settling into the writing life, however, she earned a college degree in mathematics and worked as a computer programmer. Now she's pursuing her lifelong dream of writing romance novels. She has won the Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart Award and has been a finalist for the prestigious RWA RITA Award. A native of Kentucky, Kim lives with her husband and an assortment of animals in Middle Tennessee.


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