Nell Iris' Christmas

Advent calendar: day 3


Behind door number 3 of the advent calendar, we find Goldilocks and the Bear by Clare London. I bought this book without even reading the blurb just because the cover is ADORABLE (with capital letters and seven exclamation marks), but I’m not sorry I did. I giggled and awwwed my way through it, and sighed happily when it ended. This is just what a holiday story is supposed to be like. Gil is fabulous, Bruin is fabulous, this book is fabulous. 😍😍



One week, two men, three Christmas trees. And hopefully a fairytale romance.

Buy link: Amazon


Today’s quote from the book:

“But, you see? Sometimes it’s the person looking, not the person looked at. I think you’re gorgeous.”

“I think…” He looked really embarrassed, but happily so. “I think you’re beautiful. And looking at you makes my words curdle.”

Today’s song to go with the story

Last Christmas by Wham! because last Christmas Gil gave his heart to someone who gave it away the very next day, but this year, to save himself from tears, he gives it to someone special.

Release Blitz

Release blitz and #giveaway: The Deafening Silence (The Yakuza Path Series #4) by Amy Tasukada



Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK | Universal Buy Link
Length: 29,000 words approx.

The Yakuza Path Series
Book #1 – Blood Stained Tea – Amazon US | Amazon UK
Book #2 – Better Than Suicide – Amazon US | Amazon UK
Book #3 – One Thousand Cranes – Amazon US | Amazon UK

An unproven alliance. A broken promise. A mafia boss must shed blood to secure peace…

Nao Murata is on the verge of brokering peace between his syndicate and the rival Mafufgumi mob. To seal the deal, he’ll need to pick up Russian prostitutes to appease his newest ally. When the exchange goes sour, both sides draw blades and Nao has no choice but to care for a blood-soaked enemy. If the man doesn’t make it through the night, Nao and his crew will pay with their lives.

Outnumbered and stranded in enemy territory, Nao is forced to fight his way out before the Mafufgumi Godfather takes the deal off the table. As his wounded enemy’s heartbeat slows, Nao must act fast or condemn his syndicate to a brutal turf war.

The Yakuza Path: The Deafening Silence is the fourth book in a series of Japanese mafia thrillers. If you like twisty action, authentic settings, and a touch of gay romance, then you’ll love Amy Tasukada’s pulse-pounding series.

Amy Tasukada lives in a catless home in North Texas. (She enjoys cats but can’t quite make that kind of commitment yet.) As an only child her day dreams kept her entertained, and at age ten she started to put them to paper. Since then her love of writing hasn’t cease. When she’s not chasing after stray cats, she can be found drinking hot tea and filming Japanese street fashion hauls on her Youtube channel.

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