I already posted about this on the blog, but here’s the rundown. 🙂

I was invited to be part of a six-month event, where you get to a new Christmas book to check out every month through September. Be sure to keep up with my blog posts (or my NL) for more details, but I’ll compile all the offerings here as we go for easy reference!

Ellie Hall: Tommy + Merry and the Twelve Days of Christmas

No matter which way you slice it, pizza and pie are delicious, but love is complicated.

My lifelong dream is to open a pie shop in my hometown. But because I’m flat broke, to defray the liability, the leasing agent insists I go into business with what’s sure to be a pimply pizza boy.

Problem 1: He’s more like an Italian Stallion. Problem 2: That tossing action really builds the biceps. Is it hot in here? I’ll blame it on the oven. Problem 3: I knew Tommy in college and he still bakes my buns.

To reunite my family, I’m opening a pizza place. The catch is I have to share the space with a pie baker. Not going to happen. As a former fireman, I’m all about teamwork, but I’m not sharing the dough.

Problem 1: Back in college, as a joke, we made a marriage pact. Problem 2: Like a pair of responsible adults, we agreed not to mix business and pleasure. Problem 3: Ten years later, Merry is still a cutie pie.

With a flurry of orders, twelve families in need, and a pie thief on the loose, it’s hard to know if we can crust each other. Trust. That was supposed to be trust each other. I’ve got pie (and Tommy) on my mind…and heart.

Actually, those are the least of our problems. With only twelve days until Christmas, we have to prove to the building owner that we’re the best business for the spot or risk losing it to a chain coffee shop…and with all the pressure and stress, we also risk losing each other.

This is book 1 in the Costa Brothers Cozy Christmas Comfort Romance Series, following six single, stubborn, and loyal brothers as they find their happily ever afters. They’re clean and wholesome romance, faith-friendly, stand alone stories but are best enjoyed together.

Ellie’s free book: New Year with the Billionaire

Out with the old. In with the billionaire.  

Isabella’s mother plays matchmaker to pair her daughter up with the perfect Italian man.  But she already fell in love with “the one” years ago and then said goodbye when he broke her heart.

During a snowstorm on New Year’s Eve, an unexpected visitor appears at Isabella’s party, forcing her to confront the past.

Matteo says hello to the girl he could never forget and hopes they can start over in the new year.

The old collides with the new in this sweet, contemporary romance when “ciao” means goodbye and hello.