See It First: Anthea Lawson, Roz Marshall, and Lexi Post

See It First: Anthea Lawson, Roz Marshall, and Lexi Post

We love introducing instaFreebie readers to great stories and big ideas. Take a chance on new authors and try great stories from old favorites. See it first every day with instaFreebie and be free to discover authors you’ll love. We’re thrilled to share the latest and greatest from our romance genres!

Historical Romance

A Countess for Christmas by Anthea Lawson

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Miss Cecilia Fairfax dreads the upcoming holidays. Between caring for her elderly father and managing a household barely out of mourning, she has no time for the softer things in life.

Liam Barrett, the Earl of Tarrick, is certain he will not accept Marcus Fairfax’s invitation to spend Christmas at the Fairfax family’s estate – and the man’s tales of a family ghost have nothing to do with his decision.

Of all the blessings of the season, sometimes the most unexpected is love…

Paranormal Romance

The Snow Patrol by Roz Marshall

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White knights don’t always wear shining armour
Lost and alone at the end of a day’s skiing, White Cairns’ instructor Debbie McNeill is facing her worst nightmare- until a dreamboat ski patroller comes to her aid. But to her surprise, she discovers that this snowy equivalent of a knight in shining armour has a secret…

Western Romance

Christmas with Angel by Lexi Post

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Cowboy firefighter, Cole Hatcher, is determined to do what’s right and take his fiancé with him to his mother’s annual holiday dinner party. After all, the two most important ladies in his life need to learn to get along and the sooner the better. Besides, the rest of the family will be there.

Lacey Winters can’t forgive her future mother-in-law for keeping them apart for eight years. While she loves Cole’s family, including the five they are living with, “Racy Lacey” wants to spend Christmas alone with Cole, preferably in her sexy Christmas present for him.

But there are worse things brewing than family drama. This Christmas day, nothing goes as planned…for anyone.

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20 thoughts on “See It First: Anthea Lawson, Roz Marshall, and Lexi Post

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