🌠🌠 Sunday Funday with Author Samantha Chase featuring – Mistletoe Between Friends & The Snowflake Inn 🌠🌠

​🎆🎆🎆🎆 Sunday Funday 🎆🎆🎆🎆

Set: Mistletoe Between Friends / The Snowflake Inn

Author: Samantha Chase

Anticipated Release Date: October 4, 2016

🎆 Blurb: 🎆
Two gorgeous stories about the most romantic time of the year…
The holidays don’t have to be fraught with tension, as lifelong friends Lily Cavanaugh and Cameron Greene discover in Mistletoe Between Friends when they cook up a scheme to fool their family and friends.
The Snowflake Inn shows rivals Grace Brodie and Riley Walsh that Christmas is a time when dreams come true-even if you’ve given up on those dreams long ago.
🎆 Buy Link 🎆


Amazon: http://amzn.to/2cCUHBy

B&N: http://bit.ly/2d8APXY

iBooks: http://apple.co/2ctNUN4
Snowflake Inn:

Amazon: http://amzn.to/1PvM3jL

B&N: http://bit.ly/2cm3gW8

iBooks: http://apple.co/2coFZCg
Mistletoe Between Friends:

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2coFLLj

B&N: http://bit.ly/2daQZnX

iBooks: http://apple.co/2cQwX03

🎆 Excerpt 🎆

Mistletoe Between Friends

“Good,” he said as he tucked the pocket square in place. “That’s what I was going for—adorable.” Lily walked up to him, and before he knew what she was doing, she had his tie undone and was pulling it from around his neck and wrapping it around her wrist. He arched his brows in surprise. “Nice trick.”
She smiled a saucy smile. “There was this belly-dancing class. You’d be amazed at what I can do with a silk scarf.” Before Cam could respond, she had the new red tie in place and was tying it in a perfect Windsor knot. Standing back, she admired her handiwork. “There. Now we’re perfect.” Turning them both toward the mirror, she smiled brightly at their reflection. “Right?”

Cam had no words. Lily stared at him for a moment before he nodded and stepped away, clearing his throat. “Ready to go?”

Lily trailed after him and grabbed her purse. Cam was waiting by the door and held it open as she walked through. She murmured her thanks and waited for him to close the door. Silently they walked toward the elevator, and once they were inside, she forced him to face her. “Okay, what’s the matter?”

“What are you talking about?”

“You got all quiet and sullen back there. Is this because of the tie? I mean, if it’s going to make you so uncomfortable that you won’t even talk to me, you can change it back. It’s not worth all of this.” She stood and crossed her arms defiantly and waited for his response.

“I’m fine, Lily. It’s just that you… Well, you took me a little by surprise back there,” he said, his voice croaking slightly.

“Me? What did I do?”

“Wanting to put red panties in my pocket, whipping my tie off and wrapping it around your wrist while telling me you do stuff with silk scarves… That’s just a…whole other side of you that I…we… Well, we never discuss. It’s just taking me a little longer than you to wrap my brain around this whole new phase of our friendship.”

Lily had really wanted to stay mad at him, but his honest admission and the embarrassment on his face were more than she could bear. With a laugh, she stepped in, wrapped her arms around him, and gave him a hug. When she felt him stiffen, she immediately stepped back and smacked his arm. “Stop doing that!” she said loudly.

“Now what did I do?” Seriously, the woman needed to come with a manual because he couldn’t keep up with her. If this was what most women were like in a relationship, then moving overseas was definitely the better option because the up-and-down mood swings were beginning to make him dizzy.

“You are going to have to get used to me touching you and hugging you and acting flirty with you, or nobody—not our friends or our family—is going to believe this nonsense that we’re trying to feed them, and this will end up being yet another exhausting holiday season! Now unclench a bit,” she demanded as the elevator indicated that they had arrived on the floor of the banquet hall, “and take my hand and let’s go mingle.”

Cam did just as she instructed, but he had a sense that he was in over his head. Even though the room was full of his peers, he was most definitely out of his element.


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