Release Day Blitz + Review + Giveaway: Baby, It’ Cold Outside Anthology- Kristen Proby, Jennifer Probst, Emma Chase, Melody Anne, and Kate Meader

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Baby its Cold Outside

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Outside it may be frosty, so turn the heat way up with these stories of desire!


Can a determined woman executive and a playboy billionaire survive being stranded together in a snowstorm? Jennifer Probst depicts an encounter almost too hot to handle…

Drew and Kate play an encore to Tangled in this sexy take on a “Christmas Carol” by Emma Chase. When a Christmas Eve argument condemns Drew to a troubled night, three dream women teach him that no gift could be more tantalizing than Kate…

With Kristen Proby, ski slopes are quite delightful. Grace Douglas is sure she’ll never learn to ski, but instructor Jacob Baxter could teach her lessons of a different kind…

Can a southern California transplant survive Montana’s deep snows? Melody Anne, author of the bestselling Andersons series,melts the icy drifts completely away with the heat between sexy Hawk Winchester and brand-new teacher Natalie Duncan…

What could be hotter than a firefighter? Kate Meader shows how hot it can get as Beck Rivera and heiress-turned-tattoo-artist Darcy Cochrane discover that nothing ignites holiday flames like rekindling a lost love…

4 star

Michel’s Review

Winter is right around the corner.  The busy holiday season is sneaking up on us.  Baby, It’s Cold Outside anthology is the perfect book to put on the to be read list.   It offers five novella’s from five popular authors.  These novella’s range from holiday romances and to sizzling hot winter romances.  Each story is very good and can be read within a short amount of time.  It is perfect for the lunch hour or when you need a short reprise from your busy day.  These stories will not disappoint.  Each story has a sizzling hot romance, is highly entertaining, and leaves the reader with a feel good tingle.

Each book has a sizzling hot romance.  The readers will experience second chance love, finding love when least expected, remembering all the reasons for truly loving someone, and opposites are even better together.

The all-star cast of writers has given the readers a splendid way to celebrate the holidays.

Baby, It’s Cold Outside anthology is a great way to bring in the holiday season and warmth to the winter.




About The Authors:Jennifer ProbstJennifer Probst’s New York Times and USA Today bestselling novels, novellas, and ebooks include the acclaimed Marriage to a Billionaire series, as well as Searching for Someday and Searching for Perfect. She lives in upstate New York. Visit her at

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAEmma Chase is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Tangles, Twisted, Tamed, and Tied. She lives in a small town in rural New Jersey with her husband and children. Follow Emma on Twitter and Facebook, or visit her

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Kristen ProbyKristen Proby is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Loving Cara and Seducing Lauren, as well as the popular With Me in Seattle series. Kristen spends her days with her muse in the Pacific Northwest. Visit her

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Melody AnneMelody Anne is the New York Times bestselling author of the indie published Billionaire Bachelors series, the Baby for the Billionaire series, and the Surrender series, and she has a new series coming soon from Pocket Books. She lives in the Pacific Northwest. Visit her at

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Kate MeaderKate Meader is the author of the sexy new series Hot in Chicago, coming soon from Pocket Books. When not writing she works in an academic library in Chicago. Visit her at

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17 thoughts on “Release Day Blitz + Review + Giveaway: Baby, It’ Cold Outside Anthology- Kristen Proby, Jennifer Probst, Emma Chase, Melody Anne, and Kate Meader

  1. My favorite holiday tradition is watching Polar Express with my grandkids, drinking hot chocolate and munching popcorn with them in their Christmas pajamas I’ve made them. They are getting older and it isn’t as much for them, but they do it for me.

  2. My favorite holiday tradition is baking and delivering cookies to friends and neighbors on Christmas Eve.

  3. Spending the holidays with my family.We meet at one house where we cook dinner and laugh at things that happen or we got away with in our childhood

  4. I love getting together every year with my family and it is never rushed like the rest of the year. We have a great dinner and spend the evening and it is always fun!

  5. The best part of the holidays is spending time with family. Especially making goodies and sharing them.

  6. Holiday traditions? Not so much anymore. Only thing I can think of maybe, is all the holiday movies. Have a bit of a weakness for those. Otherwise, it is just me and the cat and she doesn’t really care much.

  7. My favorite tradition is waking up Christmas morning with all of my nieces and nephews while I watch them check out what Santa brought for them. It’s the one thing I will miss the most.

  8. I love our Christmas tradition. Every year my mom, my dad, my brother, myself and now my daughter all wake up, check out our stockings and see what Santa brought us. Then we open up all of our presents, eat leftover shrimp from Christmas Eve (and breakfast) take turns taking showers and then we all get dressed up and go over to my grandma’s house where we eat a big Christmas dinner, then we have presents, dessert and then hang out for the rest of the day/night.

  9. My favorite holiday tradition is our extended family gets together the Sunday before Christmas. We draw names, exchange gifts, eat dinner, and play the white elephant game. Great fun! We all try to out do each others white elephant gifts lol.

  10. Favorite holiday tradition ? Just being with the family. Catching up with the family you dont see cause they live elsewhere. Lots of food and laughs,

  11. I love sending and receiving Christmas cards.
    I know it seems so simple, but it’s the one time of the year that everyone seems to reach out to say, “For a moment, I wasn’t too busy with life to think about you.” We often print out a one-page “Best and worst of” for the year to catch everyone up as well to send in the cards.

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