Tuesday, December 18, 2018

#Giveaway #HoHoHoHarlequinHolidayExtravaganza Teri Wilson A Daddy By Christmas


Today it's Teri Wilson's turn on the blog, she's a relative newcomer to the Special Edition family and fits right in. Teri also has a new Christmas movie based on one of her novels that just debuted last weekend on The Hallmark channel,  have no fear if you missed because you can see it next on Thursday 12-20 7:00pm/6:00Central.  –– Congrats Teri!
Check her website for all her novels made into movies - www.teriwilson.net


Teri's Christmas SE novel is A Daddy by Christmas and she is sponsoring a giveaway, details below.
Enjoy!

A dog isn’t only man’s best friend…


It could bring Anders the love of his life.


Without a bride by his side, billionaire Anders Kent will lose his chance to be a father to his five-year-old niece. So when a gorgeous down-on-her luck dancer is claiming the same puppy as him, she might be the answer to his problems! Chloe Wilde’s not looking for a marriage of convenience, even to someone as captivating as Anders. But sometimes Christmas gifts come in unusual packages…








Teri is offering one print copy of
A Daddy by Christmas US ONLY
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Teri's Christmas message:


Hello, all and Merry Christmas! My holiday release this year from Special Edition includes something I’ve wanted to write about for a very long time—the Nutcracker ballet.

I grew up in Houston, and when I was a little girl, my cousin Jerry Schwender and his wife, Leslie Peck were principal dancers with the Houston Ballet. One of our family traditions (my favorite!) was always to go see one of their performances. On Christmas Eve, my dancer cousins would turn up late to the family festivities because they’d have to wait until after the final evening show. And they’d always bring loads of their ballet friends who wouldn’t have time to make it home for Christmas due to their performance schedule.

I always loved it when the ballerinas floated into the party, with their straight backs and beautifully turned out feet. I could hardly believe they were real people after I’d just seen them dancing and spinning across the stage while snowflakes fell from the rafters. I fell in love with ballet during those years, and I love it still. To me, it was pure magic, a part of the holidays, just like Santa and Christmas lights and hot chocolate with marshmallows. Dance ends up sneaking its way into many of my books and I still make a habit of going to see the Nutcracker every year during the Christmas holidays. This year, I’ll be going to see the Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker on December 27.

The version of the Nutcracker in A Daddy by Christmas is a children’s Christmas Eve performance, starring adorable toddlers in pink tights and tutus. I hope readers and enjoy it and I’m thankful to be able to bring a tiny part of my family Christmas to life on the page!


About the author:
Teri Wilson is the author/creator of the Hallmark Channel Original movies Unleashing Mr. Darcy, Marrying Mr. Darcy and The Art of Us, as well as a fourth film currently in development. Teri is also a double finalist in the prestigious 2018 RWA RITA Awards for her novels THE PRINCESS PROBLEM and ROYALLY WED. She has a major weakness for cute animals, pretty dresses, Audrey Hepburn movies and good books. Visit her at www.teriwilson.net or on Twitter @TeriWilsonauthr.







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14 comments:

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    1. You know I've never seen it in it's entirety it's on my to do list :)

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  2. Who does not love two people fallin in love :D

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  3. I think I've read one of her books pre-Harlequin. It was fun.

    Ah, we always went to the Nutcracker Ballet each year as a school field trip when I was in elementary school. I loved it.

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  4. Loved holiday movies. It puts me in the spirit and mood

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  5. I watch every Hallmark Christmas movie & I love them

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    1. Yep Ruth me too from the day after Thanksgiving all the way through Christmas Day which of course also involved The Christmas Story too :)

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