Here we are in December, can you believe it? You (and me) are down to 21 reading days left until Christmas. I am behind schedule on my reading list but plan to kick up my game in the next week. You are in for a treat today! Shanna Hatfield has brought not one, not two-but three Christmas novels to the banquet.
I asked Shanna why she writes Christmas themed novels.
Christmas has always been a holiday full of magic and wonder, even though I should have outgrown all of that a long time ago. The discovery of holiday romances only added to my blissful state. There’s nothing quite like curling up by a cozy fire with a sweet romance full of Christmas cheer. Because I so enjoy reading Christmas stories, it seemed only natural to write them as well. It would be hard to say which I enjoy writing more — historical or contemporary holiday romances. The historical settings are so interesting because I adore the Victorian period and it lends itself to such beautiful, nostalgic scenes. The contemporary stories are absolute fun to write and I often incorporate Christmas traditions and tidbits I’ve experienced and enjoyed. For me, writing Christmas romances is a way to share my love of this blessed season with others.
Shanna made this wonderful graphic for her Rodeo Romance series.
She is a talented lady.
The Christmas Cowboy (Book 1) Flying from city to city in her job as a busy corporate trainer for a successful direct sales company, Kenzie Beckett doesn’t have time for a man. And most certainly not for the handsome cowboy she keeps running into at the airport. Burned twice, she doesn’t trust anyone wearing boots and Wranglers, especially someone as charming and handsome as Tate Morgan.
Among the top saddle bronc riders in the rodeo circuit, easy-going Tate Morgan can handle the toughest horse out there, but trying to handle the beautiful Kenzie Beckett is a completely different story.
As the holiday season approaches, this Christmas Cowboy is going to need more than a little mistletoe to win her heart.
Wrestlin’ Christmas (Book 2) – Sidelined with a major injury, steer wrestler Cort McGraw struggles to come to terms with the end of his career. Shanghaied by his sister and best friend, he finds himself on a run-down ranch with a worrisome, albeit gorgeous widow, and her silent, solemn son.
Five minutes after Cort McGraw lands on her doorstep, K.C. Peters fights to keep a promise she made to herself to stay away from single, eligible men. When her neighbor said he knew just the person to help work her ranch for the winter, she never expected the handsome, brawny former rodeo star to fill the position.
Ready to send him packing, her little boy has other plans.
Capturing Christmas (Book 3) – Life is hectic on a good day for rodeo stock contractor Kash Kressley. Between dodging flying hooves and babying cranky bulls, he barely has time to sleep. The last thing he needs is the entanglement of a sweet romance, especially with a woman as full of fire and sass as the redheaded photographer he rescues at a rodeo.
Determined to capture the best images possible, rodeo photographer Celia McGraw is fearless and feisty. Not one to back down from a challenge, her biggest risk isn’t in her work. Danger lurks in the way her heart responds to one incredibly handsome stock contractor.
Will Kash and Celia capture the spirit of Christmas and each other’s hearts?
Convinced everyone deserves a happy ending, USA Today bestselling author Shanna Hatfield is out to make it happen, one story at a time. Her sweet historical and contemporary romances combine humor and heart-pumping moments with relatable characters.
When this hopeless romantic isn’t writing or indulging in rich, decadent chocolate, Shanna hangs out with her husband, lovingly known as Captain Cavedweller.
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I have a new release!
It is the final book in my Seasons of Faith series.
You might want to pick up Summer Storms, book 1 of the series too. It is FREE until December 1, 2015