Hallo, Hallo dear hearts!
I am off to a bit of an early start this year for my #blogmas showcases – as today’s guest post by Ms Singh marks my third and it isn’t even the middle of November! I love finding out which authors are writing Christmas Romances and this particular post is a special one for me as over the past four years, I’ve come to *love!* reading different imprints by Harlequin – including the Romance line by which Ms Singh is published.
I wanted to do something a bit different for this blog tour – as I knew the story wasn’t available in print to request for review consideration which is why I selected hosting a guest post instead. I wanted to have a bit of a surprise to see what the author would come up with for the tour as honestly – I’ve had so many migraines and health issues the past few months, it felt wonderful an author had an idea in mind and I could just be pleasantly surprised like everyone else following the blog tour!
It also is a wonderful way to give authors a chance to knit together an idea they might want to tie together with their collective works – such as how Ms Singh has mentioned the concept behind the ‘mistletoe kiss and moments’ she’s written about in this feature are a connective moment in her Christmas Romances! I love finding others who are as excited about Christmas Romances as I am myself – as it has become a bit of a tradition in my family to snuggle close to the television, brew a cuppa of warm tea, hot coffee or hot chocolate and settle into the blitz we love finding on either Lifetime or Hallmark Channels for the Christmas season. They offer a chance to unwind with stories of Christmas where there are either dramas or romances to be found all set round a favourite family holiday season.
These stories are innately uplifting and they give you a lovely view of how small townes or big cities celebrate the holidays – from the festive decorations to the events which give everyone a chance to come together. This holiday season is going to be a bit different for most families who are not living in the same household and I know this is going to be a hard Christmas season for most overall due to the pandemic. However, I have to think that if we continue to look for the positives and the hope we all have for tomorrow – these kinds of stories can help renew our spirits whenever the weight of what is going on in the world feels too oppressive.
Thereby perhaps this lovely novel might be on you want to include in your stocking present lists for friends and families alike – whereas instead of gifting it directly to them, you could always have it dropped shipped and the joy will be the same just a bit different than in past years. However you plan to celebrate Christmas and the coming holiday seasons – be well, stay safe and I hope you’ll have a lot of moments you can share with your friends and family alike even if they are a bit more ‘distant’ this year than they were last year.
Her Inconvenient Christmas Reunion
by Nina Singh
Can a mistletoe kiss…
…heal the past?
When Zayn walks back into Izzy’s life, years after he was forced to walk out of it, she’s faced with the undeniable attraction that’s never faded. Finding themselves co-owners of the vineyard that means so much to Izzy makes tensions run high! But then she’s seduced into a kiss under the Parisian Christmas lights… Can Izzy find it in her heart to forgive the man who once broke it?
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Published by Harlequin Romance
on 10th November, 2020
Published by: Harlequin Books (@HarlequinBooks)
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