Sunday, December 21, 2014

Favorite Holiday Songs at Twelve Days of Christmas Blog Hop

Tracey Livesay  Pretending with The Playboy  Book CoverI'm not sure it is possible to choose only one favorite Christmas song. With my choir background, I've sung every ubiquitous and esoteric holiday song in existence. But I can share with you my dad's fave. He loves this one so much that I learned to play it on the piano at age nine as a Christmas present. So here's a little Johnny Mathis to get you in the spirit:

Pretending with the Playboy by Tracey Livesay Commitment makes you weak. It's playboy Carter Richardson's motto. The only exception to the rule is his aunt, and when Carter learns she's terminally ill, he rushes to her bedside. Filled with fear and guilt—and desperate to ease his aunt's mind—Carter does the only thing a guy could do...he panics and blurts out that he's engaged to his aunt's enticing protegĂ©e.

Lauren Olsen has already had her heart crushed once by Carter. Against her better judgment, she agrees to keep up appearances—until Carter makes their “engagement” public in order to protect the family business. Now Lauren's torn between obeying her conscience, and obeying her desire. Because while she could never trust the womanizing Carter she once knew, she seems to be falling for the man beneath the playboy...

Pretending with the Playboy goes on sale 12/29 at Amazon and B&N.

12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop Button with Frame

As part of The 12 Days of Christmas celebration, Tracey donated a $10 B&N card to the prize list. Click HERE for this and many more random drawings. To follow the celebration, find a new recipe, pick up a holiday decorating or shopping tip, click HERE.

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I write powerful and passionate romantic fiction. I believe in alpha heroes, intelligent heroines and happily ever afters. Obstacles may threaten my couples’ happiness, but true love will ALWAYS prevail. If you want to chat about TV, movies and/or purses, you can find me on Facebook and Twitter, when I’m not trying to meet an ever present deadline. I wrote my first romance novel at the age of eleven, called “The Healing Power of Love.” With a detour through college and law school–where I met her husband on the very first day. I live in Virginia with said husband and three kids. Connect: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads

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