Friday, October 3, 2014

Secret Telling with the Heroes of Sweet Christmas Kisses

It's time for a little secret telling! Today the heroes of Sweet Christmas Kisses join us to discuss a quality that first attracted them to their heroine. Readers, what qualities do you find attractive in a hero/heroine?
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Gentlemen, what is one thing that first attracted you to your heroine? 

Aaron Chase (An Almost Perfect Christmas by Donna Fasano): "As beautiful as Christy Cooper is, I think what first attracted me to her was her selflessness. I've never met anyone so willing to help others. I could tell right away she was much more vulnerable than she was letting on."

Paul Love (Mistletoe in Maine by Ginny Baird): "There's nothing like a woman who can inspire four minutes of chaos in your first five minutes of meeting. I have to say Carol Baker immediately captured my attention: in a very big way."

Sean Fabian (The Army Doctor's Christmas Baby by Helen Scott Taylor): "Kelly didn't throw herself at me. Sounds weird, I know, but so many women come on to me it was nice to meet a beautiful woman who didn't."

Conran Dark (Story Times by Beate Böker): "When she straggled into my home during a storm, I lost my heart to those brown eyes almost immediately."

Jackson Hardaway (The Christmas Promise by Melinda Curtis): "Her bravery. She could have left me in the jungle as snake bait, but she didn't."

Nick Randolph (Christmas in White Oak by Aileen Fish): "We have been friends since we were kids, but I remember one day when I was a senior in high school and she was a junior. We were talking about whatever and she told a funny story. When she laughed, I realized how much I loved that sound. Knowing she was happy made me happy. I just didn’t know at the time how much that meant."

Dr. Tony Lorenzo (Her Christmas Cruise by Mona Risk): "With seraphic blue eyes and a riot of blond strands escaping from a brown, fur-lined hood, she was the prettiest thing he’d seen in a long time. Her delicious mouth rounded in an O of admiration."

Jim Standish (Small Town Christmas by Magdalena Scott): "I was attracted to Melissa Singer because she paid no attention to me. Growing up, she was a good friend of my sisters, Carla and Francie, and treated me and my brother David almost as if we were her own brothers. I always did like a challenge, and Mel has sure been worth it!"

Michael Campbell (By Christmas by Kristin Wallace): “Her eyes. They can be green or blue and they are always flecked with gold. I can get lost in them.”

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Sweet Christmas Kissesa bundle of PG-rated romance novels and novellas from USA Today, national bestselling, and award-winning authors.

Sweet Christmas Kisses takes you from small-town USA to England, Scotland, and even Ecuador; from the beach to snow-capped mountains, and to the wild--sometimes magical--west. The Sweet Christmas Kisses bundle will bring you laughter, tears, and always joy, for more than 1600 pages. Foreword by New York Times bestselling author, Brenda Novak.



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Prize pack contains: 2 autographed sweet romances from friends of SRR (The Promise of Rain by Rula Sinara, Mountains Apart by Carol Ross), a book bag from Rula Sinara, an Alaskan key chain from Carol Ross, a purse-size first aid kit from Roz Denny Fox, a heart-shaped stress ball, a Sweet & Heartwarming bracelet, a bee set of salt & pepper shakers, sweet wooden embellishments (hello, darling, cute, friends, sunshine, lovely).

1 comment:

  1. How fun to read about all the heroes in one spot!

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