Thursday, October 30, 2014


Baby its Cold Outside

Outside it may be frosty, so turn the heat way up with these stories of desire!

Can a determined woman executive and a playboy billionaire survive being stranded together in a snowstorm? Jennifer Probst depicts an encounter almost too hot to handle…

Drew and Kate play an encore to Tangled in this sexy take on a “Christmas Carol” by Emma Chase. When a Christmas Eve argument condemns Drew to a troubled night, three dream women teach him that no gift could be more tantalizing than Kate…

With Kristen Proby, ski slopes are quite delightful. Grace Douglas is sure she’ll never learn to ski, but instructor Jacob Baxter could teach her lessons of a different kind…

Can a southern California transplant survive Montana’s deep snows? Melody Anne, author of the bestselling Andersons series,melts the icy drifts completely away with the heat between sexy Hawk Winchester and brand-new teacher Natalie Duncan…

What could be hotter than a firefighter? Kate Meader shows how hot it can get as Beck Rivera and heiress-turned-tattoo-artist Darcy Cochrane discover that nothing ignites holiday flames like rekindling a lost love… 

“Saving Grace” by Kristen Proby in BABY, IT’S COLD OUTSIDE

I approach Jeanette at the desk again with a smile.

“I’m sorry, I forgot to ask for my instructor’s name, and where am I supposed to meet him?”

“Oh, I should have said,” she replies and flicks her fingers over the keys. “It looks like he’s right over there.”

She points to two men standing by the front entrance. I thank her with a nod and approach both men. One is young; he has to still be in high school. Maybe college. He’s all gangly arms and long legs and doesn’t look like he’s ever shaved a day in his life.

He must be the student before me.

The other man is tall, much taller than my five foot four. He has golden blond hair that is long, just touching his collar, and begs for a woman’s fingers to dive into it.

Jesus, down girl.

He’s wearing black ski pants, but he’s taken off his jacket, revealing a dark blue North Face fleece that molds around strong arms crossed over his impressive chest.

Hello, hot ski instructor.

“Hi.” I stop next to Mr. Hottie and hold my hand out to him. “I’m Grace, your next victim.”

Bold, green eyes turn down to mine and he grins slowly, closing his large hand around mine.

“I’m just going to apologize now,” I continue, my mouth rambling. I’m completely unable to control it.

He’s so damn hot. Why can’t I be one of those women who loses her words when confronted with a delicious man?

“This could very well be the worst two days of your life.”

The kid next to him starts to speak, but Mr. Hottie holds up a hand, stopping him. He nods and the kid leaves us alone.

“Why do you say that, darling?”

Holy Jesus on a stick, the man has a British accent.

And cue the wet panties.

“I’m a bit of a klutz.” I cringe and pull my hand out of his grasp. “But my friends are making me learn to ski. I’m your two o’clock.”

“It’s nice to meet you, Grace. I’m Bax.”

“Bax? ” I ask with a frown. “Did your mother not like you or something?”

Bax laughs, showing off a gorgeous smile, with one tooth just barely crooked in the front. His chin is covered in stubble, and I have to ball my hands into fists to keep from reaching up and plunging my fingers in that thick blond hair that I can now see has flecks of gold and copper running through it.

“It’s short for Baxter, which is my last name.”

“Well, that’s nice, but we’re not sixteen. What’s your first name?”

He cocks a brow and tilts his head, watching me closely and then says softly, “Jacob.”

“Much better,” I reply with a smile. “I hope you don’t mind if I call you Jacob while we work together?”

“No, darling, I don’t mind.”

If he keeps calling me “darling” in that accent, I might jump him in the snow.

“Okay, well, I’m ready when you are.”

“You look like you’re walking out before the firing squad,” he laughs as he shrugs into his coat.

“I feel like it.”

“Don’t worry, love, I won’t let you get hurt.”

He opens the door and ushers me out ahead of him.

“First, we need to walk over to the rental shop to get you some boots, skis, and poles.”

“I’m glad I get poles,” I say with a laugh. “Balance isn’t my strong suit.”

He chuckles, and as I look up at him, my foot slips on a patch of ice and down I go, whoomp, flat on my ass.

About the Authors

Jennifer Probst

Jennifer Probst’s New York Times and USA Today bestselling novels, novellas, and ebooks include the acclaimed Marriage to a Billionaire series, as well as Searching for Someday and Searching for Perfect. She lives in upstate New York. Visit her at

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Emma Chase is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Tangled, Twisted, Tamed, and Tied. She lives in a small town in rural New Jersey with her husband and children. Follow Emma on Twitter and Facebook, or visit her at

Kristen Proby

Kristen Proby is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Loving Cara and Seducing Lauren, as well as the popular With Me in Seattle series. Kristen spends her days with her muse in the Pacific Northwest. Visit her at

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Melody Anne

Melody Anne is the New York Times bestselling author of the indie published Billionaire Bachelors series, the Baby for the Billionaire series, and the Surrender series, and she has a new series coming soon from Pocket Books. She lives in the Pacific Northwest. Visit her at

Kate Meader

Kate Meader is the author of the sexy new series Hot in Chicago, coming soon from Pocket Books. When not writing she works in an academic library in Chicago. Visit her at


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