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Sunday Snippet: The Book Sale Edition

So this week’s Snippet is short and sweet! The Valentine Wager, e-book 1 in the Lange Brothers series is currently on sale for only 99 cents! Just in time for Valentine’s Day, interestingly enough. If you haven’t had a chance to download this story, here’s the perfect opportunity! Won’t be at this low, low price for long so hop on over to your favorite e-book retailer and grab your copy! If you’re in the UK, Canada, or Australia, this sale will show up in your BookBub email on January 25.

Don’t miss Ryker and Kitt’s story–it’s a fun one!

The Valentine Wager

The Valentine Wager (The Lange Brothers Book 1) by [Nan Reinhardt]He’s a notorious flirt, so she lays down a challenge she’s sure she’ll win.

When playboy police lieutenant Ryker Lange stops Kitt Boynton for driving on the wrong side of the road, his attraction to the feisty Irish lass is immediate. Yet, despite the sizzling chemistry between them, Kitt quickly turns him down.

Kitt has moved to River’s Edge for a fresh start and is ready to focus on her new marketing job at her cousins’ winery. She’s done with players, and vows she won’t let the local sexy cop distract her, but Kitt, a flirt herself, is definitely tempted. To keep her sanity as she prepares for several Valentine-themed winery events, she and Ryker make a bet: for the next three weeks, neither of them can flirt with the other.

The game starts out lighthearted, but when the town takes sides, Ryker and Kitt must choose between winning a wager or finding lasting love.

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Gratitude for this week: My tooth finally settled down; this BookBub is happening–yay! Son, DIL, and Grandboy are getting over their colds; Had a successful book talk/signing with the Sertoma on Thursday; Gabe and Jenny’s story is gelling; Wine! We went to Total Wine and had fun finding some new wines and picking up a few old favorites.

Stay well, stay safe (keep those masks handy), be kind, and most of all, mes amies, stay grateful!