Shannon Stacey


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Busy times at Casa Stacey! There’s work and the College Kid’s finals start today. Friday I get to bring him home for winter break! Once he’s home, we’ll decorate for Christmas, and thank goodness for online shopping or I’d be way behind. Plus, I’ll need to start making the Cracker Candy soon or my family won’t let me through the door on Christmas Eve.

Then comes Snow Day! I’m particularly fond of Brody Rollins. He’s a little more angsty than the Kowalski guys, but just as delicious. And Delaney’s not letting him off the hook for walking away from her five years before. (By the way, this isn’t a holiday novella. It’s a “snowed in” theme, and takes place the first week of January.)

Snow Day

Tucker’s Point three-day forecast: stormy with a chance of romance

HEART OF THE STORM by Shannon Stacey

Brody Rollins is back in tiny Tucker’s Point, Maine, for the first time in five years, and now he can’t escape…from former neighbors, old regrets or maddening glimpses of his ex-fiancée.

SEEING RED by Jennifer Greene

Stranded at her grandfather’s seaside cottage, Whitney Carr prepares to face the blizzard alone. But unexpected help soon arrives—in the form of her secret high-school crush.

LAND’S END by Barbara Dunlop

Tessa Ambroise is desperate to ditch the charming, infuriating hotelier circling her late aunt’s century home like a vulture. But the snow piling up outside the mansion puts both their plans on hold.

When a child goes missing, this perfect storm of cramped quarters and freezing temperatures brings old flames and new acquaintances closer together…but will they go separate ways once the sky clears?

For an excerpt and preorder links, click here!

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