Welcome and a very merry Christmas to Alex Jane…
’Tis the Season is a story of two people who think their happy ever after has passed them by, only to find it after all in each other—under slightly unusual circumstances.
I really wanted to write a story that had the feeling of a Christmas miracle making everything magically better, but also explore the fact that life is not that straight-forward, and actually sometimes miracles need a little work, as well as luck. But that they’re worth waiting for.
I’m a sucker for a Festive love story, and I couldn’t help work in a few references to two of my favorite Christmas movies into the story. One is pretty obvious, double bonus points if you can spot the other, but I’d really like to know…which romantic Christmas movie would you love to see remade as an MM love story? Leave an answer below for the chance to win one of my ebooks including the new Alpha's Homestead book out end of December.
Aaron has spent the past ten months alone. When he meets a sad, yet strangely familiar man on a cold Halloween night, he impulsively invites him home. But the intimate connection they share lasts only until morning. Aaron wakes up alone—wracked with guilt and devastated to have lost his chance.
Or so he thinks.
Thanksgiving brings Aaron another shot at happiness, but letting go of an old love and accepting a new one isn’t as easy as everyone keeps telling him. And by the time Christmas Eve rolls around, it becomes clear that Aaron’s not the only one struggling to let himself love again.
Christmas miracles are all well and good, but it’s going to take more than the Holiday Spirit for Aaron to get his happy ever after.
A story of grief, sadness, and letting it go; and finding love when you least expect it.
Wannabe novelist with an even more implausible job in real-life, Alex finally got around to writing down the stories she had spent most of her life crafting in her head, under the shadow of a significant birthday.
With only a one-eyed dog and a horrifyingly muddled music collection to help her along, her stories focus on finding love and keeping it. And if her characters have to go through Hell to get there…she’s okay with that.
Alex lives, works, and is probably writing right now in Brighton, UK.
She’s currently a member of the RNA.