Do you remember when I reviewed the books in Lyz Kelley's Elkridge Series for you? No? Okay. Do yourself a favor, and get familiar with the books, and read them. Everyone one of them. Yes? Good. Well, I just finished the latest release in the series, a Christmas special. You know what I am going to say, right?
Go get this book. Read it. Read every word of it. Get to know Ethan and Noelle. Find out their story. Get another glimpse into Elkridge. Just do it.
I am not even joking. I love these books. I love these characters. I love these stories. I love this town. Love. Love. Love. I wish I could move to Elkridge. I HATE snow. I would pretty much rather die, than live in a place where it snows (I have five years spent in Buffalo, NY, for this deep hatred of all things snow), but I would happily live in Elkridge (if it were a real place).
Trust me, this latest addition to the series does not disappoint. Not even slightly. Once I started reading it, I did not want to put it down. It is definitely another page turner. It will pull your heartstrings, entertain you, and keep your attention.
Keep reading to find out more about this latest story, find out where to get a copy of your own, find out where to get copies of the previous books, learn more about the entire series, and to learn more about the fabulously talented Lyz Kelley.
I would love to hear your thoughts on this more recent release. Do you love Elkridge as much as I do?!
Can two souls to save each other in this festive, second-chance, small town fairy tale. Doctor Ethan Brennan wants to ignore Christmas. With the anniversary of his wife and child’s death looming, he's buried himself in his work. Hopeless romantic Noelle Conroy returns home for the holiday’s only to find no where to stay. When the blizzard leaves Noelle snowbound in Ethan’s cabin, he starts to open up to her magic—but is love enough to overcome a tragic past?
Award-winning author Lyz Kelley resides in a small community in Colorado with her husband and several four-legged family members. She’s a lover of board games, gardening, and painting, a disaster in the kitchen, a compulsive neat freak, and tea snob. She loves writing about strong women who have endured challenges and the men who enrich their lives.
A healing love is at the heart of her book series. Creating wounded yet amazing characters—discovering what drives them, frightens them, heals them, makes them laugh—is what gives her joy. Lyz is pleased to share that joy through her masterfully written stories.
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Why would I want to read the Elkridge Series? Each book in the Elkridge series is a piece to a puzzle—a suspenseful mystery involving the murder of a small-town sheriff. You get six contemporary romance books to figure out the mystery and a bunch of happy ever after (HEA) endings. Two novels in this fiction series—Blinded
Where is Elkridge, Colorado? Elkridge exists only in my mind. On any given day, I can stop at River Creek Café for Jenna's fresh baked cinnamon rolls, or shop for a birthday present at Mara's Blooms, or get my nails done at Kym’s nail salon. Sitting in the park eating lunch, I can watch the kids play and hear the latest gossip from neighbors. Later, if I want, I can stop at Mad Jack’s to hear a local band play and get some dinner. Elkridge is a great small town where the sun shines 360 days a year and people do their best to make ends meet.
Would you tell us about your writing process? It takes me awhile to write each stand-alone story because I am passionate about creating the very best stories for my readers. These contemporary romance books have complex plots and sub-plots and include suspense romance threads, with deep emotional women’s fiction elements, humor and even a bit of quirkiness. I’m so excited to see the 5-star ratings because it means I’ve created the ideal mix to provide readers with a few hours of enjoyment.
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What I need you to know... I received an ARC of this book to read and give an honest review of. I was not paid to say anything, and everything I say is my honest opinion.