12 Days of Christmas ❄ A Cowboy for Christmas by Celia Aaron ❄

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Title: A Cowboy for Christmas
Author: Celia Aaron
Series: Standalone
Genre: Holiday Romance/Rancher/Cowboy/Western
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: November 12 2017
Blurb/Synopsis:
I don’t need a woman in my business—especially not one with a smart mouth and a curvy body. Molly Gale has been nothing but trouble ever since she showed up at the ranch next door. And now, right before a huge snowstorm hits on Christmas Eve, I have to go to her homestead. Have to see her, have to get another whiff of her strawberry scent. It’s enough to drive a man mad. But I’ll keep things professional, keep my hands to myself, and do what needs to be done. It’s the perfect plan …
Until my horse throws me and I need help from none other than the woman with the fiery tongue and the deliciously thick hips.
Yippee ki yay and Merry Christmas to me.


❄Author's Note❄
 A Cowboy for Christmas ends at 43%. For a limited time, the stories "Christmas Candy" and "A Stepbrother for Christmas" are included at the back of this book as a little holiday treat. 



Read between the Lines and Readers are dying to know more about your holiday themed novel. Is your novel a standalone or part of a series, if in a series can it be read as a standalone. Can you give us some details?
A Cowboy for Christmas is a total standalone about an ornery rancher and the sultry neighbor he can’t stop thinking about.

Where do you draw your inspirations from?
Anything I read or see or do or imagine. Inspiration is everywhere.
Who are your favorite authors?
I’ve been on a Sarah J. Maas kick lately. Her Court of Thorns and Roses series is fabulous.
Was there any particular book which gave you the writing bug?
I read every Nancy Drew I could get my hands on when I was a kid. It probably started there.
Speaking of potentially “embarrassing” subjects, what’s the strangest thing you had to research for your writings?
Rates of body decomposition.
Research aside, what’s the hardest part of being an author?
Imposter syndrome and self-doubt. I think anyone who puts themselves out there with creative works suffers from these things.
How would you describe your writing style?
Pretty straightforward, descriptive without being too wordy.
Any “fun facts” about the book?
There’s an amorous bull…
Have you had any odd fan encounters?
Nah, my readers are cooler than I am.
Is there anything you’re currently working on now?
Several things. A dark romance, a mystery romance, and a YA.


Celia Aaron is a recovering attorney who loves romance and erotic fiction. Dark to light, angsty to funny, real to fantasy—if it’s hot and strikes her fancy, she writes it. Thanks for reading.

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