After being in a relationship for three years, Noelle Frost is faced with the reality that she was definitely the better half. Her friends, ecstatic she’s dropped the dead weight of a cheating boyfriend, urge her to get away for the holiday and take some time for herself.
Not sure if that’ll fix anything but willing to try, she books a last minute trip to the world-renowned Mistletoe Mountain Resort. Noelle boards the plane with the promise of peace and relaxation on the horizon.
Snow King is stuck in a rut, believing himself undeserving of joy and pleasure after suffering more than one devastating loss — one he still shoulders the blame for. Even with supportive family and friends, he still prefers solitude.
Every year, instead of trudging through the painful memories Christmas brings, he takes a solo trip to escape the holiday cheer. Typically that’s anywhere that doesn’t remind him of the season. But this year, his well-meaning assistant books him a trip to the North Pole reincarnate.
An overbooking incident, one dis-robed guest, and a nasty run-in with pepper spray tell the Christmas story in a way you won’t believe.
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Whats Happening + What's Next
A New Series is in the works!
The King Brothers are coming!
These Three Kings are something else!
In The News + Podcasts + Interviews
The Don’t Fret Podcast:
Hopeless Romantic w/ A.E Valdez
….how romance is a niche genre in literature, A.E.’s writing origins, and the unique lived experience of being Black adoptee.
Between the Reads:
Crazy love with A.E Valdez
A.E. Valdez chats with me about her debut novel All I’ve Wanted, All I’ve Needed.
Romance novels get their day
Move over, Fabio. This romance story isn’t about you. This is about the writers and readers in the growing community of romance fiction…..
Amanda Valdez discovered her passion for writing when she was given a journal by her 5th grade teacher and has been creating poetry, works of fiction, and gaming narratives ever since. As a child, she wanted to read more stories with people that looked like her.
In 2019, she started visual storytelling using a game called “The Sims”. Her story centered around black love and romance. After two years of keeping her followers captivated and on the edges of their seats with the characters she had created, she decided it was time to put her creative efforts into a book.