Yule Be Mine

Living Fully
Crap for Christmas

Yule be mine cover

Yule Be Mine
LaBrecque
2008

As we finish up the year 2013, I thought a holiday-themed romance was in order for our Friday Fiction selection. Giselle ends up working with some serious forbidden fruit. In this case, it is her super hunky ex brother-in-law, Sam. Yikes! This is just what is needed for the holidays, more family drama!

But wait, it gets better! Journalist Giselle works for a lifestyle magazine called Life Trendz and she is going to Sedona, Arizona to cover a story.  She has heard also that Sedona is the happening place around Christmas time because of the certain spike in an energy vortex that can help a woman through tough romantic times. (Really.)  She was all set and then her gay best friend and photographer cancelled. Guess who the replacement is? That’s right, kids, none other than hunky Sam, the ex brother-in-law. Will they work it out? It just might be a Christmas miracle!

Mary

 


Yule be mine - back cover

book blurb

pages 12-13

7 comments

  1. You don’t get involved with your sister’s ex! Never! It doesn’t matter if she divorced him, you just don’t do it. Not if you want to keep your sister in your life. (No, this is not coming from experience!)
    It’s just one of the major no-nos of dating.

    What a jerk, being married to one sister and lusting for the other. It sounds like Giselle might be trying to “get back” at her sister, whom she always resented for being the pretty sister who won all the beauty contests!

  2. Ugh, that “sexy banter” in the shower scene. I have to wash my hands. Make up your own hot-and-wet joke, I’m still recovering from the office party.

  3. While not totally relevant to the book, I found the first comment interesting. I’ve always wondered what happens to family relations when the women marries the brother of the man who is off at war in the classic “Dear John” story.

    “I was overseas in battle when the postman came to me. And he handed
    me a letter. Aw, I was happy as I could be. You see, the fighting was all over and
    the battles, they’d all been won. Then I, I opened up the letter and it started “Dear
    John.”

    (Dear John)
    SPOKEN: Will you please send back my picture? You see, my husband wants it
    now. When I tell you who I’m wedding you won’t care, dear, anyhow. Now the
    ceremony has started and I’ll wed your brother Don. Please wish us happiness
    forever, dear John.

    I don’t really think that John and Don are going to have a very successful sibling relationship in the foreseeable future.

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