Title: Christmas Deadline
Author: Pam Binder
Genre: Contemporary Romance
If Holly Lane Can’t finish her romance novel by Christmas, she must return the advance she spent to pay off her parents’ mortgage. Reluctantly she agrees to collaborate with English mystery author Noel Atterberry to finish the book.
Working together in Noel’s English manor, they feel the same heat of attraction as their fictional hero and heroine. But for Noel romance means heartbreak. With Holly, and in the novel they are co-writing together, he rejects a happy ending and demands their characters die in a fiery car crash. Will Holly and Noel manage to write a happily-ever-after for their fictional couple—and themselves – by their Christmas deadline?
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Noel cocked his head. “An editor once told me that fight scenes and sex scenes are similar. All the body parts need to be moving in the right way. She suggested a writer act out a scene whenever possible.”
Holly looked in the direction of the kitchen to make sure Jarvis and Clara weren’t about to make a surprise entrance. She lowered her voice. “I wrote a sex scene.”
“Yes, you did.”
“And you’re suggesting we act it out?”
“Consider it research.”
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A reviewer compared the romance, fun interaction between hero and heroine, comedy and mystery of my book, Christmas Deadline to the ‘80’s TV comedy-drama, Moonlighting, starring Cybil Shepherd and Bruce Willis.
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Pam Binder is a USA Today and New York Times bestselling author who loves travel and watching movies on the Hallmark channel. She is a conference speaker, and president of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association, a non-profit writer’s organization dedicated to helping authors achieve their goals of a publishing career. Pam writes historical fiction, contemporary fiction, time travel, middle grade, and fantasy.
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