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No Angels for Christmas
The Mystery Angel Romance Series Book 2
by Petie McCarty
Genre: Cozy Mystery, Romantic Suspense
No Angels for
Christmas. . . a cozy romantic mystery with suspense from
The Mystery Angel Romances series. An angel hidden in every book
waiting for you to figure out the angel’s identity . . .
Child psychologist Rachel Kelly isn’t quite sure how to handle the
situation with her newest client—a six-year-old boy who says he can
talk to angels and one is coming to help Rachel. She already has her
hands full of trouble this Christmas season, and things quickly take
a turn for the worse when a stalker crashes Rachel’s Christmas party
and takes her young clients hostage.
Police negotiator, Lt.
Jake Dillon, walked away from his fiancée Rachel when she suddenly
balked at having kids. His kids. Yet when the hostage crisis erupts,
Rachel calls Jake first. Now he has a choice to make—stand back and
wait for the cavalry to save Rachel or step in and try to save her
himself. Time is running out, and Jake may be their only chance for
Unless Rachel’s little angel-spying client is telling the truth…
No Cowboys No Angels
The Mystery Angel Romances Book 1
inheritance turns out to be a whopper—one dilapidated farm
in West Virginia and one guardian angel!
Since Kellen is convinced no sane woman would choose to live in
she vows to sell her farm and quick. Her handsome neighbor Luke
Kenyon must block the farm sale or risk exposure of his family’s
secrets. While Kellen has located one potential buyer, she faces a
town full of objectors. Someone is trying to frighten her off, and
Luke is forced to step in and rescue her more than once.
Unfortunately, Kellen can’t seem to stay out of trouble. She stumbles
clandestine hazardous-waste-dumping operation next to her farm, and
she prays Luke has one more rescue up his sleeve. It’s her only hope
of staying alive.
Unless her mother really did leave her a guardian angel . .
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Petie spent a
large part of her career working at Walt Disney World — “The
Most Magical Place on Earth” — where she enjoyed working in the
land of fairy tales by day and creating her own romantic fairy tales
by night, including her new series, The Cinderella Romances. She
eventually said good-bye to her “day” job to write her
stories full-time. These days Petie spends her time writing sequels
to her regency time travel series, Lords in Time, and her
cozy-mystery-with-a-dash-of-romantic-suspense series, the Mystery
Petie shares her home on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee with her
horticulturist husband, a spoiled-rotten English Springer spaniel
addicted to pimento-stuffed green olives, and a noisy Nanday conure
named Sassy who made a cameo appearance in Angel to the Rescue.
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“Jake, I came by to see you because of the Buckhead crisis.”
“I figured as much.”
Rachel could’ve sworn he looked disappointed for a fleeting moment. That gave her the
courage to go on. “To offer my shoulder—”
“To cry on?” he sneered.
“No! To lean on. Please don’t be ugly.”
“I can’t help it. You broke us up.”
Incredulous, she gaped at him. “Me! Must I keep reminding you? You left me.”
He closed the distance between them, so close she could feel his body heat.
“You let me leave,” he said gruffly.
“You let me leave,” he repeated, his face but inches away.
His unique Jake scent wafted over her. She wanted to smother in it. She wanted . . .
“I didn’t want you to go,” she whispered.
He caught her to him in a fierce embrace. No gentle kiss this. It spoke of need and anger
and desperation. His. Hers. She didn’t know for sure. Didn’t care. She wanted to cry from the
relief of having his arms around her again.
She knuckled her fists into his warm tee shirt and tried to yank him closer, but the shirt
was old and stretched unmercifully. His lips smiled against hers as he grabbed a breath and then
kissed her again, his tongue sweeping in to tangle with hers.
She could die from his wonderful familiar taste. She savored, remembered, stored for
later. Giving up on the shirt, she wound her arms around his neck to tug him closer, to pull him
into her if she could.
Suddenly, his hands at her hips pressed her back, and she shamelessly hung on tighter. He
reached up and worked her hands free, then kissed each one.
His eyes had gone black. No doubt a reflection of hers.
“Like coming home, isn’t it?” he rasped, his voice so hoarse it came out as a whisper.
A couple years ago, I was looking for something to do with the kids. I asked the little ones if they had any interest in going to a Johnstown Tomahawks hockey game. They said, yea sure. For some reason I found that the tickets were actually cheaper through Tickemaster than buying them directly from the 1st Summit Arena site, like half the price cheaper.
I was able to get really good seats, 2nd row from the glass seats, for $13 for adults and I think it was $10 for the kids. I wasn’t a huge hockey fan, but it was something to do. I could not believe how much the little ones and I enjoyed the experience. They really knew how to make it fun. The kids were cheering, there was a lot of action, they got the crowd involved, it was really a good time. Even the refreshments were reasonably priced. The experience made me a Johnstown Tomahawks hockey fan.
We had such a good time I had to tell my husband (who couldn’t go because he had to work). We decided for the whole family to go, even take my older boys girlfriends. That was 8 of us going and it still was under $100 for all 8 of us to get tickets when buying through Ticketmaster. To be clear, this was for regular season games not playoff games.
The Johnstown Tomahawks do theme nights. We planned that big family trip for the Star Wars themed night. All kids 12 and under got light sabers. They had tons of costumed characters and lots of vendors set up.
Since then we’ve made it a point to try to get to a couple games a year at least. Season ticket are still a little out of our reach for a family of 6 but there are definitely perks to getting season tickets.
We hadn’t made it to a game this year and we actually won a 4 pack of tickets from a facebook giveaway thanks to Pennhighlands Community College. These weren’t just any tickets though, they were Robertson cup playoff tickets! The first time we had a chance to go to a playoff game. A lot of action at this game. I have no idea how much playoff tickets usually run since we won our tickets. We had a good time though. My husband and I have talked about doing a couple Tomahawks games for a date night here and there.
Tomahawks hockey season runs from about the end of September and can run into April with playoffs. Get a Johnstown Tomahawks schedule to see when their theme nights are. They have lots of them: Star Wars, hero and princesses, and more to get more bang for your buck for the kids.
Tips for going to the game:
You can purchase blue and red hockey pucks for a small donation. These will be thrown out onto the ice during an intermission. If you hit the target they put on the ice you can win big money!
There are tons of food vendors all around the building from funnel cakes, to shrimp and fries, to dippin dots ice cream. Some vendors are more affordable than others so shop around.
There are always lots of marketing tables with raffles to win things like hockey sticks, jerseys, gift cards, tickets, and more. Some are for a fee and some are free you just have to check.
There are always vendors giving away free stuff. The kids got yoyos, we all got free raffle tickets for a chance to win a hockey stick, I got chapstick, and a sunglass pouch. All free.
The Johntown Tomahawks merchandise is more affordable than you would think. The kids can easily get a souvenir like a branded cowbell, foam hand, and more for $5 or less.
PARKING: The 1st Summit arena itself doesn’t really have it’s own parking. There are many local businesses that open up their lots for parking for a fee. This usually ranges anywhere between $3 – $5. If you can find meter parking it’s free after 5 pm on week days, on Saturdays and Sundays, and federal holidays. You can see this info on the city of Johnstown website
Get a schedule so you can see when theme nights are scheduled for even more fun for the kids and bonus freebies.
Nobody’s Baby But Mine
by Gloria Silk
Genre: Contemporary Romance
From USA Today Bestselling Author, Gloria Silk this is a gripping,
romantic and sensuous novel of marriage, fidelity, fertility and the
power of love.
“Gripping, romantic, sensuous and astute.”
“New women’s fiction that touches all of our emotions,fulfills our
yearnings, and opens up new possibilities.”
Can Rachel and James find their way back into each other’s hearts after
tasting temptation and facing devastating news? How strong is love in
the face of reality? The seven year marriage between Rachel and her
adoring patient saint of a husband has grown from great to blessed.
But after years of failing to get pregnant all Rachel craves is a baby.
Her marriage to James is perfect…until she bumps into her sexy
ex-lover, Brandon. Her desperate thought of wondering if he can get
her pregnant makes Rachel realize that something has to change. After
having more fertility tests she meets a beautiful pregnant career
woman. It seems destined, and as they bond the young woman offers
Rachel a gift that will change all their lives.
But has Rachel pushed her suddenly aloof husband away? Is it really his
pressure at work or is he keeping something from her? Can they ever
become a happy family, or is it too little too late? And where does
Brandon come into all this when she discovers her husband’s biggest
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USA Today Bestselling author, Gloria Silk, loves writing sensuous,
uplifting and unforgettable romance and women’s fiction. Her powerful
stories are filled with passion without cultural borders, which will
take you to various exotic locales around the world. Her books focus
on the many facets of romantic relationships with strong and complex
Born in Russia, her love of travel was ingrained within her from a very
young age, as she has lived in various parts of Europe and the
Mediterranean. Some of her favorite visited places are Austria,
France, the Middle East, Hawaii and Hong Kong. Her next planned
excursion is to Australia and New Zealand.
England (where she was brought up) holds a very special place in her
with all its history and lush, green landscapes. Her background in
English literature, writing and psychology help her create
well-rounded, unique characters.
After spending many years in London, England where she met and
own loving hero, she now lives – and happily writes – in Toronto, Canada.
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Callan’s Damaged Love Story
Damaged Hearts Book 1
(Also July in The Calendar Men Series)
by Sonya Jesus
Genre: Contemporary Romance
I don’t do love.
Or anything that can get broken…
I’m already broken enough.
If you’re looking for the perfect guy, with imperfect actions and an
heart…Stop! Keep scrolling…because I’m not effing good at being
good. I’m not boyfriend material. I fill my loveless heart with
sex-filled nights and distance myself from any type of
commitment—while I still have the power to. Soon, I’ll relinquish
my freedom to adulthood and take over Cohen Enterprises, but until
then, I own my independence. I breathe bad decisions, blink away my
flaws, and enjoy the detached life I’ll never have again.
At least I try to. My guilt-free mornings and shameless nights abruptly
stop when I make my next mistake with my brother’s girlfriend. Now,
I can’t stop thinking about Delilah. She triggered my heart alive,
and I’m torn between the girl I might be falling for and the only
person I respect.
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Sonya ́s a science nerd who decided to give into her creative fictional side
in order to balance out the non-fictional scientific side of her PhD.
She doesn ́t have much free time, but she spends it enjoying her
family and friends, watching Netflix and playing with her dogs.
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I’m all out of wishes, and the only things shooting are my thoughts. Like bullets, my own words hit me,
weakening the stubborn denial and revealing the one thing I feared.
Fuck, I tell the stars. One night is not enough.
I glance down at Dee. Her dark hair is spread out over my chest, the soft hum of her breath tickles my
skin, and I’m pretty sure a little drool has dried on my abs.
I memorize the moment. Like I memorized the last five or six hours where we introduced our bodies to
each other, warding off the truth with sex. We both avoided the inevitable and tiptoed around the idea of
error—never fully admitting the truth: what we were doing was wrong.
I brush my fingers over Dee’s soft locks, stirring her awake. She tilts her head, so she can see into my
eyes. We watch each other, searching the crevices of our irises for the same promise our breaths
We both sigh and look away. The only thing we can promise each other now, is to never talk about this
“You were one of the rules,” she says softly.
“I figured as much.” Their adventure, into whatever the fuck they were doing, drew the line at me.
“We can’t…” She reminds me of her choice. She’d rather have Jace than me.
I’m not the better man.
The better man would’ve never slept with his brother’s girlfriend.