Only available for purchase until January 1st, so snap up Winter Wishes before it’s gone for good!
A sweet and sexy holiday sequel to the bestselling romance, The Play
Lachlan McGregor and Kayla Moore have fought hard for their happily ever after, so one would think their first Christmas together would be a piece of sugarplum cake.
But even though the city of Edinburgh is absolutely magical during the holiday season and the sizzling duo has enough steam between them to make snow melt, Christmas often brings its own share of troubles.
Kayla misses her mother and San Francisco while trying to adapt to life in Scotland, Lachlan struggles to stay on top of his ever-present demons (which pack more punch during the holidays) and his older brother Brigs is facing difficult memories of his own.
One thing is for sure though – this will be a Christmas they’ll never forget.
NOTE: Winter Wishes is a holiday novella (AKA not a full-length book) and not a standalone. The story takes place between the last chapter of The Play and the epilogue.
We met Kayla in The Pact and Lachlan in The Offer. We read their love story in The Play. This is right after The Play. This is their first Christmas together. This is Kayla dealing with being without her mom for the first time. And about Lachlan dealing with his addictions while dealing with certain family members who drive him to them. And we get a wee bit more insight to Brigs, Lachlan’s older brother.
I won’t say much about this. It’s a short story. It’s just something that enhances The Play, but it isn’t necessary reading. I think that, all things considering, this shows Lachlan healing from his OLD wounds and growing closer to his entire family. And this shows Kayla growing stronger and more independent. And well…Brigs, just gains a best friend in Winter. 😀 And we know that Brigs story is next. It’s called The Lie.
Ms. Halle continues in this world of amazingly talented and multi-faceted Scotsmen and their loves. I can’t wait to read what else she has in store. But honestly, all her stuff is good that I’ve read so far. Her dark and sordid tales to her more contemporary love stories. I’ve yet to read her horror novels, but trust me, they’ll come. 😀 So would I recommend this book? I would. This is lighthearted and short and gives you more Lachlan and Kayla love.
Karina Halle is a former travel writer and music journalist and The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling author of The Pact, Love, in English, The Artists Trilogy, Dirty Angels and over 20 other wild and romantic reads. She lives on an island off the coast of British Columbia with her husband and her rescue pup, where she drinks a lot of wine, hikes a lot of trails and devours a lot of books.
Halle is represented by the Waxman Leavell Agency and is both self-published and published by Simon & Schuster and Hachette in North America and in the UK.
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