12/04/2015

Book Tour Of A Hero Grinch For Christmas By Samantha Wyatt




Synopsis:

Title: A Hero Grinch For Christmas
Author: Samantha Wyatt
Contemporary Romance / Christmas
Date Published: December 10, 2015

Dani will not allow The Grinch to hide from Christ­mas. She will cure Hunter of his nasty mood, even if it kills her. But who will save her from his pas­sion­ate kisses.
War hero, Hunter Gra­ham, has seen enough dev­as­ta­tion to last a life­time. At the end of his lat­est Army term, he accepted his dis­charge papers and never looked back. His uncle’s home is tucked away in the majes­tic moun­tains, a per­fect place for him to hide from Christ­mas and his own mem­o­ries. But he can’t hide from the delec­table Dani. The last thing he needs is a female in his life. But this one has the face of an angel and eyes you can drown in.
Dani Wimer left the Col­orado moun­tains and relo­cated
in the bright lights of New York City. Every Decem­ber she returns to the vil­lage of Wyattsville. When a hunky mil­i­tary guy enters her aunt’s shoppe, he seems lost and angry. His scowl is intim­i­dat­ing, but that doesn’t bother the spunky girl who cel­e­brates the hol­i­days like it’s Christ­mas every day. She decides to put a smile on his Grinch face and ends up los­ing her heart in a pas­sion­ate whirlwind.


EXCERPT



A Hero Grinch for Christmas.

The door flew open and Hunter’s blond hair hung in his face, as if maybe he just got out

of bed. Her fingers itched to smooth the wild strands from his brow.

When he recognized her, he simply hooked his thumb in his pocket and leaned against

the doorjamb. Rugged in a pair of faded blue jeans, his too tight t-shirt stretched across six-pack

abs. His stunning blue eyes peered at her, causing a slow kindling in her belly. She took in a

ragged breath and said the first thing that came to her mind.

“It’s snowing.”

“I hear it does that up here,” he said. His gaze glided from her face down to her shaking

knees.

“Can I . . . come in—” She stuttered, out of breath. Besides the snow and cold

temperature, she’d fought the wind every step of the way and—. She swayed.

His arms shot out to steady her. Then he swooped her up and cradled her against his hard

chest.

“My God, you’re freezing. What the hell happened?” Kicking the door shut, he carried

her to the fireplace and lowered her to the ottoman.

“I had to walk from the main road.” Her voice came out shaky. She’d kept her mouth

covered with her scarf, but her lungs burned from breathing the cold air.

“Where is your car? How long have you been out there?”

“In a ditch.” Now that she was inside, the heat made her aware of the tingling in her toes.

Her teeth started to chatter. “I . . . slid off the road . . .”

“Why didn’t you say something?”

He worked the buttons on her coat, then removed the gloves from her frozen fingers. He

helped her remove her coat, then he tossed it aside. “Are you all right?” He gripped her arms,

sliding his hands along her elbows descending to her writs.

“Are you injured? Do you have any pain?” His warm fingers caressed her neck, then

smoothed over her shoulders, almost massaging. Warmth flowed through her.

“Should I be alarmed . . . Or excited?” she teased. His touch felt good. Very good.

He gave a long steady stare. “Did you hit your head?”

“No. I don’t think so. I’m just really cold.”

“Whatever possessed you to walk in this weather? Do you realize you could have frozen

out there and no one would have known? You could get frost bite.”

He squatted and tugged her boots off, dropping them to the floor. Then his wonderful

fingers warmed her toes through her cold socks. “Where’s your car?”

“About a mile back, at the big curve, right before the turnoff to the cabin.”

He grunted and shook his head which she’d come to believe was his usual habit. She

could ignore his surly disposition, but her body temperature rose several degrees from his strong

hands rubbing up and down her legs.

“What the hell are you doing out here?” he asked.

The fire was welcoming, him not so much.

“Bringing gifts. Uh, there’s a box outside your door. I thought you might like a home

cooked meal.”

“Are you serious? You decided to drive up this mountain in this weather to feed me?”

“It wasn’t snowing when I left. For some stupid reason I had this wild idea I was

performing an act of kindness,” she said sarcastically.

Hunter strode back to the entryway and found the box of food. She studied his tall form,

as his long powerful legs ate up the distance to the door. He had a confident swagger a girl

couldn’t help but admire. When he retrieved the box and passed her heading to the kitchen, she

couldn’t resist one more sneak peek at his ass.

He placed the box of food on the counter. And in no time, he was back at her side,

pulling her to her feet. While one hand gripped her arm, he pressed the other to her forehead.

“Can’t keep your hands off me?” she teased.

“Don’t know when to shut up, do you?


Author Bio:


Samanthya lives with her husband in the Shenandoah Valley. She left her accounting career and married a military man traveling and making her home in the United States and abroad. Once she found historical romance novels, she couldn’t put a book down. She fell in love with the characters and needed to know their happy ending.
One day she put words to paper creating a story of her own. The more she wrote, the more she became involved with the characters, and they seemed to take a life of their own. She relishes the challenge of penning a story with strong characters, a bit of humor, and active scenes while creating new characters and bringing them together in a romantic tale. It took years of writing, joining RWA, joining chapters, entering contests, submissions & rejections which created the author she is today. By keeping her spirit and turning criticism into drive she has achieved her career as a published romance author.


Contact Links

Twitter: Samanthya Wyatt @ samanthyawyatt

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