I'm delighted to welcome J.J. Nite to my blog today, to tell us about her new book His Christmas Bride. Isn't the cover fantastic?
Hugh Alexander, Earl of Kerry, returned from the war physically and emotionally scarred. He is determined to never set foot inside of a ballroom again, convinced that no one would want him anyway. Hugh isolates himself and says it is only until he heals, and then he meets Annabelle. She doesn’t appear to be effected by his appearance and is quite beautiful. If only she wasn’t a maid in his household.
Annabelle has lived and worked in the Earl’s townhouse her whole life. She knows nothing about her family and since her mother’s passing ten years earlier, has no one to ask about them. Annabelle unwittingly helps Hugh find his will to recover and encourages him to open himself up to his family again. While she doesn’t yearn for anything more, there is a secret that, if brought to light, could destroy everything she knows to be true.
Can the new friendship and budding feelings Annabelle and Hugh have for one another be enough to overcome an uncertain future? Or will they be forever lost to each other?
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About the Author
I asked J.J.Nite to tell us a little about herself.
How did you get started writing?
I’ve been creating stories almost my whole life according to my mother. Putting them on paper didn’t happen until much later. I wrote my first novel when my youngest was one, and then it was standing at the kitchen counter because it was the only safe place for the laptop
Can you tell us a fun fact about yourself?
I’m a terrible dancer. I know where the beat is, but the moves just aren’t there. I do enjoy embarrassing my children when I dance in the kitchen though.
What’s your top writing tip for new writers?
Keep writing! You’re going to learn and grow so much with each story you write.
A brief Author bio.
J. J. Nite lives in North Alabama with her husband, 3 kids, 2 dogs, and 5 goldfish. She writes young adult sweet romance for Astraea Press and loves reading as much as possible. J.J.'s also found that if she doesn't write something every day, her mood is that of a bear waking from hibernation. Don't worry though, the children have learned to let Mommy write a little before approaching.
Thank you for dropping by J.J. Nite!