Let it Snow:  A Holly Grove Anthology

Welcome to Holly Grove, Vermont, dubbed the “best little town in the country.” 

It’s going to take the residents of Holly Grove a lot more than an evergreen and a few strings of lights to pull off their famous holiday tree lighting ceremony this Christmas Eve. First of all, Mother Nature is not cooperating with her plans to dump the Blizzard of the Century as a Christmas present. Not to mention that the Mayor and Sheriff are both distracted, native Holly Grovers brought their complications back home with them, and newbies to the town are causing their own special types of ruckuses. Each resident will have to be brave, face their fears, accept changes, and embrace their pasts, to pull together and accomplish the sacred tradition of their cherished small town. 

Experience the true meaning of the holidays, fall in love, laugh, and cry in these eight novellas, each a full story on its own, with characters who pop in and out of each other’s lives. We think you'll like it here...

PLEASE NOTE: This anthology contains sweet, as well as steamier, stories, including:


ELLE IS FOR LOVE, by Jessica Calla: contemporary romance with a bit of heat and mild/moderate language


ROYAL ICING, by KD Proctor: contemporary romance with a bit of heat and explicit language


LOST AND FOUND, by J.P. Dailing: paranormal/contemporary romance with full heat, and explicit language


EXES, OHS, and MISTLETOE, by Cindy Dorminy: sweet contemporary romance with mild language


CAN’T BEAT HOME, by Jennifer Acres: contemporary NA romance with a bit of heat, mild language


THE CHRISTMAS TRAIN, by Joel Bain: paranormal/family-driven fiction with a military-theme, no heat, moderate language


TEXTUAL FEELINGS, by Jordin Kay: contemporary NA romance with heat, moderate language


LOVE THY NEIGHBOR, by Larissa Weatherall: sweet contemporary romance, no cursing

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