Book Description

The song "Do You Hear What I Hear?" was written as a plea for peace during the Cuban Missile Crisis in the middle of the Cold War with Russia. Now Christmas is around the corner and live-in lovers Detective Shelley Caldwell and Jake DeAtley are in a cold war of their own. Shelley has all wonderful memories of Christmas, while Jake, born of a mother turned vampire while pregnant with him, has none. They've come to a compromise that she can decorate "her half" of every room, but there can be no Christmas tree. Then a case of hit-and-run leaves a dead body and a magical Christmas tree. With her woo-woo instincts ablaze, Shelley can't resist bringing home the tree, heating up the war with Jake. There is more to the tree than either knows. Will it bring them back together or push them farther apart.
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Shelley and Jake met in the novel "Hot Case," deepened their relationship in "Hot Trick," and appeared in short stories "Hot Corpse" and "Hot Song." Each case has a different paranormal/urban fantasy bent and villain. And a little much needed humor.



Book Details
List Price: $0.99
Print Length: 62 Pages
Publisher: Pronoun
Publication Date: December 1, 2016
Language: English
ISBN: 9781508048213

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Torch Job (Double Trouble Book 2)
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Heart of a Lawman (Sons of Silver Springs Book 1)
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The Lone Wolf's Child (Sons of Silver Springs Book 2)
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A Rancher's Vow (Sons of Silver Springs Book 3)
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See Me In Your Dreams (The McKenna Legacy Book 1)

About the author

Patricia Rosemoor
Chicago

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Patricia Rosemoor has had 99 titles with 8 publishers and more than 7 million books in print. Patricia won a Golden Heart from Romance Writers of America and two Reviewers Choice and two Career Achievement Awards from Romantic Times BOOKreviews, and in her other life, she taught Popular Fiction and Suspense-Thriller Writing at Columbia College Chicago.