Argh Author: K. M. Fawcett’s Wilde Christmas

Our own K. M. Fawcett has her latest book out now, Wild Christmas:

All Lacey Wilde wants for Christmas is to open her long-awaited Bed & Breakfast. When her only guest is a sexy stranger who claims her adopted Military Working Dog is his, Lacey isn’t about to lose her fur baby—or her heart—to charming Marine veteran Dean Hunter.

But the K-9 controversy is the least of their troubles. Danger lurks in the shadows of Candlelight Inn, and someone will stop at nothing to steal Lacey’s heirloom ornaments. Can Dean protect the woman he’s fallen for against a deadly threat, or will this Christmas be their last?

WILDE CHRISTMAS is a part of the Candlewood Falls shared-world series, a unique world of connected stories by three different authors whose characters, business, and events appear in each other’s stories. How fun is that? It’s like a literary soap opera. The Candlewood Falls books can be read in any order, as every book features a new couple who finds true love.

To celebrate WILDE CHRISTMAS’s release, WILDE TEMPTATION (book 1) is available for 99c for a limited time:
A plant geneticist and a palm reader cook up a love potion after mixing his new apples into her old-world recipe. Now folks in their small town are hungry for love! Will Sam and Faith be tempted by their simmering desire or will they reverse their accidental aphrodisiac before stirring up more trouble in Candlewood Falls? Add into the mix the only investor who can save Sam’s orchard from foreclosure—Faith’s jealous ex-boyfriend—and Wilde Orchards is about to live up to its name.

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15 thoughts on “Argh Author: K. M. Fawcett’s Wilde Christmas

  1. So there I was, thinking, “Thursday’s gonna be easy this week, already finished my reading list.” First, Baen sent me notice that the Monthly Bundle for December is ready for download, so I did, and now this. One-clicked it. I’ll read it at home – I’m busy just now with the thrilling conclusion of 1637: The Coast of Chaos that I mentioned here before.

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