Sunday, December 2, 2012

A Post from my heroine, Rina

Rina is here to say Hello!

So I’m one of Santa’s elves. Yes, one of those. Aren’t you curious? I’m not the little ones from the movies and cards you see. Well, I’m short, but that’s beside the point.
I’m a card carrying elf, just not the perky one.
Fine, okay, so Justin thinks I’m perky. But I can have a bad day, you know. I’m allowed to not smile and giggle.
I hate giggling.
Justin hates it too, though he thinks when I do it it’s cute.
See what I have to live with with this man? But isn’t he cute?
Yes, I’m so freaking happy right now. I’m an elf, in love with Justin Cooper, and actually get to do something with my life that has nothing to do with wrapping.
I hate the wrapping department.

Santa’s Executive Blurb

 Justin Cooper wasn’t always the straight-laced Holiday Elementary School principal. In his youth, he broke all the rules and enjoyed being the bad Cooper brother.  One Christmas Eve night he got a little too rowdy and things changed forever. Now the consequences of that fateful night have come back in full force and the myths of Christmas might be more real than he thought.
Rina Brewer is one of Santa’s elves. Not the tiny cute little toy maker, but the sexy, petite, energy filled bombshell kind. She’s come to Holiday to aid Justin in his new role as Santa’s executive, but as soon as she sees the sexy ex-bad boy, she realizes the job may be more than she bargained for.
As they work together to make this Christmas one to remember, an old foe has come to town to make sure that this holiday is the coldest yet.
Warning: Contains a perky elf who dreams of something more, a Christmas myth who may be a baddie, and a sexy ex-bad boy who craves Christmas cookies…and a certain perky blonde.

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Kathleen O'Donnell said...

Now this is the find of Santa's excutive I could get into..

Debby said...

I would like to find a job as an elf. Where do you apply?
debby236 at gmail dot com

Joan Chandler said...

I love the plotline of this book. My "day job" is that of an accountant. I can assure you no executives at my company even remotely resemble your reformed bad boy! I'll look for this title to get it on my Nook. Thanks!