He can’t stand her. She thinks he’s crazy. Will their feelings stay etched in permanent ink?
Cruz Hunter has always stuck out in his small hometown. Now that he’s covered in tattoos, the residents peg him as even more of an outcast. It seems like the whole world is against his dream of opening a local tattoo parlor.
When he finally finds the perfect place for his new business, Cruz discovers a pastor and his daughter have already bought it. The only thing more irritating than the change in his plan is Talia, a beautiful and feisty argument in a dress. Cruz would like nothing more than to have her out of his life and his mind, but for some reason, she’s the only thing he can think about.
If Cruz and Talia can stop arguing long enough, opposites may do much more than attract.
Seaside Christmas is the fifth standalone novel in the Seaside Hunters collection, a series of sweet contemporary romances centered on the Hunter brothers. Author Stacy Claflin's beautiful seaside town of Kittle Falls will make you want to visit… and stay! If you like chemistry, budding romance, and love in a quaint small town, then you'll fall for the latest tale in the series.
This was a very clean romance, so for you all who want that then read this one. Just kissing.
Cruz has tattoos in a town where that is a bad thing. He also wants to open up a tattoo parlor but the town is giving him grief.
Talia is a preacher's daughter, all sweet and xmas loving.
They meet. They dislike each other. I want to hit her over the head cos she is a silly cow, srsl, you think ying and yang is the devil's work. Omg, idiot. But, but she starts to see that there are other points' of views. Also her father gets it, he is cool.
There is this idiot guy who likes her, I want to knee him. But there we get to see that she does have brain ;)
They fall for each other and live happily ever after. All in one sweet book.
Kindle Edition, 224 pages
Published November 6th 2015
Seaside Hunters #5
At least one good thing has come from Levi Spencer's car accident-- it seems to have knocked some sense into him. He's ready to leave his wild Vegas playboy ways behind and become a new man. And he knows just the place to do it... his brother Joe's new hometown. He's never spent time in a place described as quaint or idyllic, and now he intends to revel in every charming, sweet thing he can find. Like the homegrown country girl his brother sets him up with for the Christmas formal.
Kate Leggot wants just one great Christmas. After a childhood without Christmas at all and three failed attempts to find the seasonal magic on her own, she agrees to spend the holiday with her friend Phoebe in Sapphire Falls. The Christmas-crazy town is a far cry from San Francisco and Kate quickly finds herself drawn into everything from the snow to the hot cocoa. And, of course, the sweet country boy Phoebe has set her up with for the formal. Looks like she's going to get everything she wanted-- and more-- under the tree this year.
A not-so-little mix-up, a hot kiss under the mistletoe and a candy cane or two later and December in Sapphire Falls has never been so hot.
A cute little and very smexy holiday story.
I just love small town xmas feeling. It makes me want to go out, eat cookies, drink hot coco while watching the snow falls, and carolers sing.
Levi is a bad boy playboy who is taking a break and turning his life around. Too be fair I know nothing of his past so he never seemed so bad to me. And he wants to meet a nice small town girl and relax.
Kate has never had a great xmas and her friend invites her to her small town, and hooks her up with a nice farmer.
But, things are never that simple. Levi and Kate meet, have a great time. But can their love survive outside this small town. She has a job, he wants this now. But duh, yes yes, they will live happily ever after. And the novella worked, I could see it, all that xmas magic you know.
Kindle Edition, 223 pages
Published December 2nd 2014 by Erin Nicholas
Sapphire Falls #3.5
When this goes live I will be eating good food and opening presents :D Merry Xmas!!! And to those that have forgotten, the 24th is xmas here.