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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Stuff Your Stocking Blogfest: Berengaria Brown

It was very hot. Probably 100 degrees and not even 8 a.m. yet.

All up and down the street by the beach, the kids were playing with their new toys, watching and waiting for the fire truck. The fire truck that would bring Santa, and more wonderful gifts.

They wobbled up and down the street on their new bikes, their new inline skates, their new scooters, many watched by doting Dads who sat in lawn chairs, an ice-cold beer in their hand.

As soon as the fire truck’s siren sounded the men grabbed their kids off the road, and women and teenagers came out from the beach holiday cottages, the teens with new computer games in their hands, or music throbbing their ear buds. The women with babies or toddlers on their hips, or hastily wiping cooking ingredients from their hands.

The fire truck turned into the street, its siren screaming, but traveling at walking pace. On the back of the truck was Santa, his face sweating in his hot red suit, throwing candy and a gift to every child. Two firemen, in uniform, walked behind the truck handing out little packets of candy and presents to the mothers of small children.

No child was overlooked. Every one had a special nod or smile from The Man himself.

And the joy in their eyes was more than adequate repayment for giving up a holiday to swelter in a hot costume, instead of sitting on the beach and hoping for a cooling breeze off the ocean.

It was such a different sight and experience from snow, and a hot fire, and kids with new toboggans or indoor games. But the Christmas spirit was identical. Peace on earth, and good will to all people everywhere.

Berengaria Brown Bio:

Berengaria is a multi-published author of erotic romance: contemporary, paranormal (ghosts, vampires, fairies and werewolves) and Regency-set historical. She loves to read all different kinds of romance so that is what she writes: one man/one woman; two women; two men; two men/one woman; three men, two women/one man…. Whatever the characters need for their very hot happily-ever-after, Berengaria makes sure they get it.

Berengaria Brown

“Santa Baby” blurb:

Jaid hates the annual family Christmas party, a huge event with people she doesn’t recognize or like. She's hot and horny and looking for action on the holidays.

But this year things look brighter. Her second cousin, Greg, and his partner, Steve, invite her to spend time with them. Two sexy Santas for Jaid? Oh Santa baby!


Jaid ran a finger along her lips, checking she wasn’t drooling. Cousin Greg was a fraction over six feet tall, with thick, collar-length blond hair that had her aching to run her fingers through it. She just bet it was as soft and silky as it looked. His eyes were deep blue, and any time she looked into them, her panties creamed, and she almost drowned with desire to get up close and personal with him. She wanted to lick her way across his muscular chest, feel him wrap those strong arms around her, and drive his cock up hard and high inside her.

Steve’s slightly rough image was the perfect foil for Greg’s fair good looks. Steve had black hair and eyes so dark they might be black too. He was wearing a tight black t-shirt that showed off the heavy muscles in his tanned arms. He made her think about doing dirty, naughty things with a bad, bad, biker boy. His features were not quite symmetrical but in a very sexy way, enhancing the bad-boy aura, and she was almost certain it was the edge of a tattoo she could see just at the sleeve of his t-shirt.

Greg and Steve in her bed would be the perfect Christmas gift. Hell, even up against a wall would do!


Berengaria Brown is giving away one eBook of the winner's choice from her backlist to one lucky commenter.
A Summer Christmas by Berengaria Brown


BookAttict said...

Thanks for the HOT excerpt!

Hope you have a Happy New Year!

elizabeth @ bookattict . com

Berengaria Brown said...

Thank you, Elizabeth. Happy New Year to you, too.

Jean P said...

Oooo very hot excerpt, adding this book to my list.

skpetal at hotmail dot com

nikkitrueblue said...

This right here could jump start me back into the holiday mood!!!!

Berengaria Brown said...

Thank you, Jean, and Nikki.

Cathy M said...

What a great post about Christmas spirit. Thanks for sharing the excerpt with us too.

caity_mack at yahoo dot com

Kissa Starling said...

Loved this! Thanks so much for sharing.

Debby said...

Great excerpt. Loved your post. Christmas spirit is universal.
Happy New Year!
debby236 at gmail dot com

Berengaria Brown said...

Thank you so much, Cathy, Kissa, and Debbie.

elaing8 said...

Loved the post.
Thanks for sharing the hot excerpt.


Dragon Momma said...

No wonder I have this book on a wish list! *fans self* Lord have MERCY! got HOT in here! ;)

Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and have a Happy New Year!

Stacy Wilson

dragn_lady at yahoo dot com

Amber said...

This book sounds great!

Berengaria Brown said...

Thank you all for coming by, Elaing, Stacy, and Amber.
In just a few moments, the random number generator will choose a winner.

Berengaria Brown said...

THE WINNER of their choice of an ebook from my backlist:
*insert drumroll here*
Actually the first number was one of my own posts!
The second number was - STACY!!!!
Go to my website and look at my books. If you click on the cover you'll get an excerpt.
Then email me with the title and format of the book of your choice: berengariabrown AT gmail DOT com
Thank you to everyone who visited today.

shadow_kohler said...

wow! what an excerpt! hot! and i love the cover. that hot!!

Dragon Momma said...

Thank you!!! Email sent, Ma'am!


flchen1 said...

Yowza, Berengaria! Thanks for the hot excerpts, and congrats, Stacy! Happy reading!

Happy new year, Berengaria!

Berengaria Brown said...

Thank you, Shadow, and Flchen.

Mountain Laurel said...

Hot sounds good to me...there are times in the winter I miss summer desperately, but Christmas snow is always a blessing. Thanks for sharing and Happy New Year!

Berengaria Brown said...

Thank you for visiting, Debbi.