Book: A Very Russian Christmas by Krystal Shannancategories: Book, Multicultural, Military, Winter, Snow, Russian, Mob, Adventure, Thriller, Erotic Holiday Romance
Krystal Shannanabout this book: A Very Russian Christmas is a holiday romance novella. It is fast-paced, exciting, and sexy –just the way I like my romance. I was super thrilled with Decadent Press bought it and released it for me. They did a fabulous job with the cover and editing. The book is geared for adult readers 18+ (language and sexual situations). I had an interesting experience with this book and researched and learned a lot about police procedure and protocols. I learned it's not as easy as you might think to correctly portray a military or police officer. But it was a great experience, an I can't wait to write another. Matt's character really found a place in my heart. I might have to revisit him again at a later time. But for now…
For most of her adult life, bodyguards have shadowed Ksenia Sharanov, daughter of a Russian mobster. Her one serious relationship left her broken hearted when she learned he only sought her father's power and money.
A ski vacation with her college roommates ends on a terrifying note. Her father's enemies have been following her more closely than anyone could have anticipated. The mistake will cost a life…but will it cost her heart? Or will she find love in the arms of a complete stranger?
Matt O'Reilly, a retired Marine, generally keeps to himself. Working as a deputy in a small country sheriff's office, provides just enough seclusion for him to cut himself off from his family's pity and the heartache of losing his wife. He never thought love would be in the books for him again. Will the sudden arrival of a spunky dark-haired Russian beauty change his mind?
I had so much fun writing Ksenia and Matt's story, I hope you will enjoy it too.
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