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Friday, January 30, 2015

Let It Snow

It has been quite a week.

Blizzard Juno hit the northeastern US in full force this week and, unfortunately, my city got caught in the middle of it. We hit a record-breaking snowfall of 34.5 inches (0.91 meters for you metric folk). That's a lot of snow. To give you an idea, here is a picture I took of our front sidewalk.

Nice, eh? It kind of reminds me of the movie Star Wars when the X-wings were flying down the tunnel in the Death Star. No laser beams or technical equipment here, although I could have used the Force to move some of that snow, lol.

Thirty-four and a half inches. Almost three feet of the fluffy, white stuff. There was so much snow that people had no idea where to put it. There are snow drifts on my street that are higher than my five-foot-three frame, which can make it difficult to see around corners, lol.

Needless to say, I think I'm going to be burried for a while, lol. 

When it's snowing outside, I love to curl up with a good book by the fire, don't you? Since we have another storm coming, I'll need to expand my TBR (to be read) pile. Tell me, what are some of your favorite winter-themed romances?

Looking for a good winter read yourself? Then check out my new erotic eserial, coming out from St. Martin's Press on February 3rd! (You can preorder now!)

~ A modern-day erotic Downton Abbey… ~
By Suzanne Rock

Four-part erotic romance e-serial
Available February 2015

An exclusive and red hot mini-series from New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Rock.

Leo Perconti's life is spinning out of control. As head of his family’s hotel conglomerate, it’s his job to save his family from bankruptcy. At the center of his turmoil is Karin Norell, a quiet, alluring housekeeping manager who compliments his dominating personality and lets him feel in control once more.

As Karin explores her passion her feelings for Leo deepen. Unfortunately, Karin and Leo come from different worlds, and when the two worlds collide, the cost can be devastating. As the service staff at The Palazzo rise up against the Perconti family, both Leo and Karin are faced with losing what each of them holds most dear. Together they must learn that true power comes from vulnerability and trust that can only happen when you let your insecurities go.

Release Information: 

St. Martin’s Paperbacks, an imprint of Macmillan
Now available for order and pre-order. Each installment = $1.99. Full book = $7.99
Release date Part One: February 3, 2015 / E-serial
Release date Part Two: February 10, 2015 / E-serial
Release date Part Three: February 17, 2015 / E-serial
Release date Part Four: February 24, 2015 / E-serial
Release date Volume: June 2015 / Print

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Rose Anderson said...

That's a lot of snow! A winter favorite has a romance in it but is not technically a romance-- Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. I even enjoy the movie this time of year.

jean hart stewart said...

Lord love you, this brings back memories of when I used to live in Schenectady, N.Y.
Needless to say I like southern California better. Favorite romance, These Old Shades by Georgette Heyer.

Sandy said...

A great cover, Suzanne.

Your winter reminds me of when I was a kid in the countryside of Kansas. Snow blocked our doors, so we couldn't get out, and it topped our second floor. I hope you don't lose power.

Anonymous said...

Suzanne when I heard about more snow I thought of you and remembered the pictures oh my the only problem what happens when it melts? You will have a mess. Have a great weekend stay warm and dry. I will be thinking about you this weekend. Stay safe

Marianne Stephens said...

Stay warm and safe. That's a LOT of snow! I remember getting lots of snow during winter on the East Coast. Here, near Kansas City, we don't get as much as the East Coast gets...and that surprises everyone.

Paris said...

That's a lot of snow! Stay warm and safe and by all means curl up with a good book or two! I can't even imagine adding more snow to the mix. We're in for some rain this weekend but so far, nothing like what you're having. Hoping your power stays on and you have a comfortable weekend!

Melissa Keir said...

What a scary amount of snow! When Michigan had that much snow last year, they shipped some off. Maybe Florida would love to see some snow. :)

I love the cover of your new release! All the best!

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