Not only am I the Anti-Shopper, I’m a bit of a procrastinator too. Today is my final push for gift buying and I’m hitting a few brick-and-mortar stores to do it. However, for last minute presents, there’s nothing like letting your fingers do the walking. Here are a few suggestions for the romance readers on your naughty-or-nice list.

Plaid TidingsChristmas in the Highlands…

In the grand tradition of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, my Plaid Tidings has a few characters who are . . . corporeally challenged. That’s right! A few ghosts are mixed in with my Scottish romance. Spend some time in wild, snowy Bonniebroch Castle with Lord Alexander & his new, unexpected bride!

Plaid Tidings is nominated for RT Reviewers’ Choice Best Scottish Romance 2013!

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Theresa Romain’s Season for Scandal

Jane Tindall has never had money of her own or exceptional beauty. Her gifts are more subtle: a mind like an abacus, a talent for play-acting—and a daring taste for gambling. But all the daring in the world can’t help with the cards fixed against her. And when Edmund Ware, Baron Kirkpatrick, unwittingly spoils her chance to win a fortune, her reputation is ruined too. Or so she thinks, until he suggests a surprising mode of escape: a hasty marriage. To him. On the surface, their wedding would seem to satisfy all the demands of proper society, but as the Yuletide approaches, secrets and scandals turn this proper marriage into a very improper affair.

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Katharine Ashe’s Kisses, She Wrote

When a rakish lord discovers he’s the hero of a wallflower’s torrid diary, he rewrites it to suit his desires . . . with the most unexpected consequences. 

Handsome as sin and scandalously rakish, Cam Westfall, the Earl of Bedwyr is every young lady’s wickedest dream. Shy wallflower Princess Jacqueline of Sensaire knows this better than anyone, because her dreams are full of the breathtaking earl’s kisses. And not only her dreams—her diary too. But when Cam discovers the maiden’s not-so-maidenly diary, will her wildest Christmas wishes be fulfilled in its pages . . . or in his arms?

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Grace Burrowes’ Lady Sophie’s Christmas Wish

All Sophie Windham wants is peace, quiet and the novelty of a little solitude in the Duke of Moreland’s London mansion before she joins her family for Christmas at the family seat in Kent. In the middle of a very inconvenient London snowstorm, Sophie finds herself stuck with an abandoned baby, and only the assistance of handsome stranger Vim Charpentier standing between her and complete disaster…

Vim Charpentier‘s worst memories are of Christmases spent with family in Kent, so when he has an excuse to tarry for a few days in London, he willingly lends a hand helping Sophie and her new little charge become acquainted. The growing attraction he shares with Sophie warms both their spirits, but when Sophie’s three brothers arrive (from the East) to whisk her away, Vim has to decide between facing his memories, or letting the Christmas gift of a lifetime slip through his fingers.

My Lady Below Stairs

My Lady Below Stairs

Nobody misses Lord & Lady Hartwell’s Christmas Ball, but they all go for different reasons. When Lady Sybil runs off with an Italian portrait painter, her bastard half-sister Jane Tate goes in her place. Lord Eddleton plans on proposing to “Sybil” under the mistletoe. Lady Darvish is on the hunt for her fifth husband.

And Ian Michael MacGarrett, the head groom with more than horseflesh on his mind, is determined to show Jane that love doesn’t have to pretend.

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And just for you, dear reader, I have a FREE Christmas short story here on my website. Celebrate the holidays in Cornwall with the cast of How to Please a Pirate. Click here to read A DragonCaern Christmas. Enjoy!

Plaid TidingsYou read that correctly. You have a chance to win a signed print edition of my newest release, Plaid Tidings. It’s your chance to celebrate Christmas in the Highlands. All you have to do is pop over to CasablancaAuthors and leave a comment for me there to be entered in the drawing. Then be sure to drop back by here on Sunday when I’ll post the name of the winner!

While we’re on the subject of giveaways, be sure to drop by Jaunty Quills for my personal ghost story and a chance to win Plaid to the Bone, the prequel to Plaid Tidings.

And last, but not least, weigh in on the opening of my current WIP on this week’s Red Pencil Thursday for a chance to win My Lady Below Stairs, my Christmas novella.

So there you have it–3 chances to win 3 different stories from me. Good luck and I’ll see you back here on Sunday when the names of the lucky winners will be announced!

…or at least in two places at once!

plaid tidingsI’m blogging at Jaunty Quills today and you really need to pop over there. We’ve done a redesign of the site and we’re now ready for the BIG REVEAL! I love it and hope you will too. My topic is Regency weddings and there’s an exclusive excerpt from Plaid Tidings posted there. If you leave a comment at the JQs, you’ll also be entered in the drawing for My Lady Below Stairs!

And my friend Vanessa Kelly is also spotlighting Plaid Tidings on her blog! If you share your fav holiday food or beverage there, you might just win a copy of Plaid to the Bone, the prequel to Plaid Tidings!