Friday, October 24, 2014

Glynna Kaye invites you to a "High Country Holiday"

     The mountain country of Arizona is now ablaze with autumn color, the nights crisp with temperatures hovering just above freezing. Long brown ponderosa pine needles and the leaves of maple, locust and aspen are beginning to blanket neighborhood yards. Snow has already topped area mountains, and a cup of spiced cider hits the spot!
     No, it’s not yet winter—that’s lurking just around the corner!—but arriving in stores any day now is my very first Christmas Love Inspired, “High Country Holiday!.
     Christmas in the high country of northern Arizona is special, indeed. Just as the summers are an amazingly cool contrast to most of the state, winters bring snow—often in abundance—setting off the towering pines to perfection. It’s an ideal locale for a Christmastime romance, so I hope you’ll find yourself a copy of “High Country Holiday” and join Cody and Paris on their journey to love!.
Glynna Kaye
A Holiday Reunion... When Cody Hawk returns to Canyon Springs, Arizona, to make peace with his ailing father, his bad-boy reputation is still intact. So is his love for the woman he was forced to leave behind.  But the privileged Paris Perslow is still off limits.

When Paris needs his help with the annual holiday gala, Cody braves the town’s disapproving glances for a second chance with his first love. Years ago Cody promised he’d return for her. But with everyone and everything against them, what will it take to prove to Paris that his love is the perfect gift?



Jennifer said...

Hi Glynna, I'm grateful that God doesn't hold grudges like people do and He loves us so.
Christmas stories just warm my heart like no other and Cody sounds like he's got some work to do to have a Merry Christmas with Paris. :) Jenny

Jackie Smith said...

What a beautiful cover....and sounds like a beautiful story.
Can't wait to read it!!!

Glynna Kaye said...

Good morning, Jennifer! Thanks for stopping by. Yes, Cody & Paris have more than a few challenges before they can reach a happily ever after!

I love Christmas stories, too, and am looking forward to the novella collections that some of the authors will be releasing shortly. The two volumes are called "Hope for the Holidays" -- one collection is contemporaries and the other historicals. Check them out in the Amazon Kindle section!

Valri said...

Glynna, you KNOW I can't wait for another trip to Arizona! Looking forward to your next book! I love this town and it's people. Adding Christmas is a bonus! YAY!

Glynna Kaye said...

Hi, Jackie! I love the cover, too! They did a really nice job on it. I like the non-glossy, satin finish of it, too -- do you?

I'd heard reports this week that "High Country Holiday" is already on the shelves at local Walmart stores and Barnes & Noble! I stopped by B&N last night to sign the copies they had and couldn't resist taking a picture of my book sitting next to that of one of Love Inspired's top authors, Linda Goodnight! Even though this is my 8th book for Love Inspired, it still hasn't quite sunk in that I'm REALLY published. :)

Kav said...

Woohoo -- I'm reading this right now and loving it! Eager to see how you bring Cody and Paris together because right now they seem miles apart. And it's raining here, not snowing, but still, the perfect stay in and read a book kind of day so I'm going to find out soon.

Sandra Leesmith said...

Aww Glynna, A Christmas novel. I'm sooooo excited because I simply love, love, love your writing. And a story set in Arizona. And in the high country. Woo hoo.

Glynna Kaye said...

Hi,Valri! There may be snow in the Arizona high country tomorrow or tomorrow night! I guess it IS that time of year. So happy you continue to enjoy your "visits" to Canyon Springs!

Glynna Kaye said...

Hello, KAV! You're getting an early start to your Christmas season! I've been picking up a few holiday books, novellas and magazines here and there--saving them for Thanksgiving weekend when my next book will be done and winging it's way to my editor in NY! Then I get to indulge in all that overdue Christmas reading for almost an entire month! YAY!

Glynna Kaye said...

Hi, SANDRA! Thank you for stopping by -- both of us have a shared love for the mountains of northern Arizona! I've been out this weekend gathering pine cones to dry before the snow/rain moves in tomorrow. They make such great holiday decorations and they're FREE! :)

sm said...

I really enjoy Christmas fiction and romances. High Country Holiday sounds very good. sm wileygreen1(at)yahoo(dot)com