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When Hearts Collide by @GinnyFrost14 is a Love and Romance Festival pick #romance #giveaway



Title: When Hearts Collide


Author: Ginny Frost


Genre: Contemporary Romance


Book Blurb:


Planning and organizing the wedding this weekend left Stacey Montgomery little time for fun. She’s woefully behind on her Bucket List from the bridal shower. Right now, on the plane to Massachusetts, it’s her last chance to cross off number three. Luckily, there’s a hottie sitting next to her, and he looks promising. And if her plan succeeds, she might invite him for all the other winter activities on the list. After working through a criminal IRS audit at his job in Iverton, Eric Holmes could use some rest and relaxation. Usually, bad luck plows him flat like a steamroller, but this time his friend Pete caught the bad juju. With his bestie in a cast from a skiing accident, Eric gladly took Pete’s place to tend bar at a destination wedding on the Atlantic coast. Then, he sat next to the most beautiful woman—blonde, curvy, and…

She just asked him to join the mile-high club.

Gulp.

But how can he say no?


Excerpt:


“Pardon me, I must’ve misheard you.”


Eric Holmes blinked open-mouthed at the beautiful woman beside him. The gods must be shining down on me. Or perhaps Karma was offering him a long-awaited gift. Yesterday, he agreed to help his friend Pete by bartending at a Valentine’s Day wedding. Now on a plane somewhere over the Midwest, his seatmate appeared to be propositioning him.


Back in Boulder, the woman had led the female contingent of the bachelor party he and Pete were attending. Eric had admired her blonde, silky hair and rocking body all week. Today, on the plane, she spoke to him for the first time. Attractive, athletic people had filled the ski resort to the brim. The blonde chatted up every other guy for four days. Eric never found a way in to talk to her, even with Pete’s help.


And now her question… was she serious?


“Well?” She gripped his arm with some serious pressure and giggled in a musical tone.


Heat crawled over his skin. Thank you, Valentine’s Day! The woman looked like a goddess. If she said what he thought, he might drop to his knees and thank every god possible.


“Uh…”


“You’re Pete’s friend, right? Eric? I met you at the ski lodge.”


“That’s not what you asked me.” He waited, but her eyes glittered with impish glee. She could still be drunk from the four-day party they just left. Winter sports, tons of hot twenty-somethings, and hours of inebriation had created an excellent getaway.


Until Pete broke his leg.


“No.” She fluttered her eyelashes. “I asked you if you wanted to join the mile-high club.”


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What’s your favorite part about being a romance author?


I love a happy ending. I love a story where you know the couple will find away. I love the moment when they fall in love. The romance genre lets me tell the best parts of people’s life stories.


Here’s my tip to add romance to your love life:


Be honest, be true. And make sure your partner loves you for who you are now, not who you might be in future.


Giveaway –


One lucky reader will win a $75 Amazon US or Canada gift card.



Open internationally. You must have a valid Amazon US or Amazon CA account to win.


Runs February 1 – 28, 2023.


Drawing will be held on March 1, 2023.



Author Biography:


Ginny Frost is a hybrid author with two novels from The Wild Rose Press and four indie titles. She writes contemporary romance with a sexy, funny kick. In her downtime, she plays clerk at the local library—the perfect job to feed her reading addiction. She lives in upstate NY with her very own kind-hearted ogre, their two smart and sassy daughters, and an evil cat named Flash.


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3 Comments


andreadrake1
andreadrake1
Feb 25, 2023

My best romantic tip is to stay honest & communicate.

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Rita Wray
Rita Wray
Feb 14, 2023

Great excerpt and cute cover.

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N. N. Light
N. N. Light
Feb 14, 2023

Thank you, Ginny, for sharing your book in our Love and Romance Book Festival!

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