Mate For the Howlidays by Jessica Coulter Smith Genre: Paranormal Holiday Romance
Dex and Dane couldn’t be more different. One is motorcycle boots, leather, and all things wild. The other is a cowboy hat wearing sweetheart who owns the local bar. And Kizzie is the lucky lady who gets to keep them both!
When she moved back to Wolf Hollow, she only wanted a fresh start. Not once did she ever imagine she’d up being mated to two wolves, and just in time for the holidays!
Award-winning author Jessica Coulter Smith has been in love with the written word since she was a child writing her first stories in crayon. If Jessica isn't writing, then she's like reading. Her favorite books are romances, but she also enjoys the occasional mystery or general fiction book. Romance is an integral part of her world and she firmly believes that love will find you at the right time, even if Mr. Right is literally out of this world.
I have to admit Halloween is my favorite holiday, but I enjoy Christmas too. I just prefer to not start celebrating until after Thanksgiving. I fully admit to being one of those people who hears Christmas music in stores in late October or early November and I want to turn around and walk back out. For everything there is a season … and I prefer my Christmastime to be during the month of December.
We’ve had to switch to using a live tree instead of a fake one. Why? Because we have cats. They’re destructive little monsters who give the best cuddles. We tried a fake tree, but when they climb into it, the branches would bend. Now we buy a live one and if they climb it, I don’t have to figure out to mend the branches for next year.
I also collect the figures from the Burl & Ives Rudolph movie, so we put those out on the mantle. The stockings hang underneath, and I have An 18” old world Santa I put up as well. Due to the furbabies, I don’t put out a lot of decorations. They end up broken. I do love to put up lights and decorations outside though. I add to my collection a little each year, so it just keeps expanding.
We open presents Christmas morning, then I make a brunch. We used to get Chinese food for dinner, as our Christmas night tradition, but I can no longer eat it. I’m not sure what we’ll do this year.
Do you have any holiday traditions? Maybe something passed down through the generations?
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