posted on December 1, 2014 by Lucy Monroe

Lucy Monroe Suggests Some Hot Holiday Reads

Change the GameI admit it, I’ve  never lost my wonder and joy at this time of year.  Having two digital re-releases out today couldn’t be more special for me.  Both of these stories in my Corporate Information Systems duo have a special place in my heart and I’m delighted to share them again with readers, as I’ve gotten so many requests for the release since the original stories went out of print.

Change the Game and Win the Game have already received some wonderful reader feedback and it’s been thrilling to have new readers discover this duo I wrote early in my career.  Originally released as Come Up and See Me Sometime & Goodness Had Nothing to Do With It (what a mouthful, yes?), I’ve included some cut scenes from the original books without changing the basic stories.  And yes, I’ve shortened the titles considerably.

Win the GameI’m sure my enjoyment of the season is due in large part to all the wonderful holiday themed romances that come out every year.  Reading is my passion (which is no doubt why I’m so very passionate about my writing) and sharing good books with other readers is one of my favorite things to do.  Add in the holiday element and you’ve made my month!

Here are a few for you to enjoy snuggled beside a cozy fire or deep under the covers on a cold winter’s night:

A Bravo Christmas Wedding by Christine Rimmer has two of my favorite story elements (three if you count Christmas), a princess and a cowboy.  Christine writes an intense, sexy story that is sure to be a new holiday favorite for me.

Rocky Mountain Miracle by Christine Feehan – No Christmas will ever be the same after Cole and Maia meet on a snowy western ranch… Find out why in #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan’s romantic holiday e-novella! Okay, can you hear the total fangirl squee from here that one of my ultimate faves has a Christmas story out???

Some fabulous holiday romance classics are repackaged in On the Naughty List by Lori Foster, Carly Phillips, Sugar Jamison & Beth Ciotta.

I love single author anthologies.  Add in a holiday romance theme and I’m going to read it.  That’s the case with Nancy Warren’s Sugarplum Trio.

A wonderful and engaging historical by Anthea Lawson, Mistress of Melody should not be absent from your holiday reading pile!

What would a romance list be without at least one Harlequin Presents? Christmas in Da Conti’s Bed by the awesome and hugely talented Sharon Kendrick is sure to please.

Ready to give a new author a try?  Read either of these charming stories by a couple of my friends: Three Christmas Ghosts: A Regency Christmas Carol by Lydia M. Sheridan and Bahama Christmas by Lavada Dee.

There you have it!  A month’s worth of holiday reading for some and a week’s worth for others, but all stories worth your time!

Hugs, happy holidays and happy reading!


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Lucy Monroe

Award winning and prolific USA Today Best Selling author Lucy Monroe’s books have hit national bestsellers lists in both the US and England. Her highly charged, sensual stories touch on the realities of life while giving the reader a fantasy story not easily forgotten. Whether it’s a passionate Harlequin Presents, a sexy single title for Grand Central or a steamy historical or paranormal, Lucy’s books transport her readers to a special place where the heart rules and love conquers all.

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2 thoughts on “Lucy Monroe Suggests Some Hot Holiday Reads”

  1. Laurie Ryan says:

    I’ve read a couple of these, including, I think, one of your reissued books, Lucy. Not sure though. And those covers are awesome! I see my TBR pile is going to grow…again. 🙂

    1. Lucy Monroe says:

      As has mine. LOL It’s just too hard to say no to holiday romance. 🙂

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