Joy to the World with Alanna Lucas

December 10, 2014

We’re celebrating Christmas here at Romancing a Blog, and we’ve already enjoyed a Christmas tradition shared by author Jacki Delecki.  Today I welcome historical romance writer Alanna Lucas to share a Christmas tradition, and I think it’s one many of us can agree with!

One of my favorite Christmas traditions is decorating the tree with my family and then watching the movie “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.”

And now for some Christmas stories from Alanna.

Don’t miss Mistletoe Waltz

Mistletoe WaltzTrust, patience and mistletoe must overcome a forced marriage, dark secrets, and a looming shadow that threatens all chance of Faith finding love with the Marquess of Hawthorne.

Marcus, the Marquess of Hawthorne, vowed never to fall in love. He should have vowed never to marry. Caught in a compromising situation, he’s been forced to wed the young woman he was trying to rescue. Beautiful? Yes. But his new bride’s apprehensions seem worse than his own, and as family and friends arrive at Deer Park to celebrate Christmastide, all he wants is for Faith to play the part of a happy wife and hostess.

She will not, however—or cannot. And when she commits yet another desperate act, this time with disastrous results, Marcus must save Faith once again. Now he must discover what drives her, what dark secrets keep her unable to trust or love, and what she truly desires. Only then will they, with the magic of mistletoe, overcome the pasts and taste the delights of the season.

Available from Amazon.

And Once Upon a Montana Christmas

Once Upon a Montana ChristmasMiss Eva Kenward left England with a dream, but when she finds herself stranded on the rugged frontier of Montana with a babe in arms, only one man—a handsome cowboy—can make that holiday wish come true.

Miss Eva Kenward does not want to spend another Christmas alone. Leaving Queen Victoria’s England, she journeys to America in search of an uncle but finds herself on the rugged frontier of Montana. And with no money and no acquaintances, the rudest man she has ever met is the one she must engage. Especially considering the precious bundle in her arms.

“Hunt” Strauss has been fooled before by beauty. So when the ravishing young woman arrives on his doorstep, he suspects her of ulterior motives. But perhaps the baby she holds truly is his kin…and when Miss Kenward finds herself stranded after a hotel fire, he reluctantly agrees to help. Bringing her to his sprawling ranch, Hunt tries to keep his distance. But the enticing woman and her enthusiasm for the season soon prove that fairy tale love stories—and holiday wishes—really can come true.

Available from Amazon.

More About Alanna Lucas

alanna_lucas-200x300Alanna Lucas is the author of two historical holiday romances, Mistletoe Waltz and Once Upon a Montana Christmas, and several other historical stories. She loves writing historical romances just as much as she loves reading them. When not daydreaming of her next hero, Alanna can be found reading, spending time with family, or plotting her next travel destination. In 2013 Alanna won Boroughs Publishing Group’s ‘What’s in a Name’ contest. The guideline was to take the title of a song that inspired you and adopt it as the title of your story. Face to Face by Siouxsie and the Banshees was the inspiration for the novella. Alanna is a member of the Romance Writers of America, East Valley Authors, The Beau Monde, and Celtic Hearts Romance Writers. She has served as a committee member and judge in numerous writing contests. Alanna makes her home in Southern California with her family.

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10 thoughts on “Joy to the World with Alanna Lucas”

  1. Alanna Lucas

    Thank you for having me today! Happy Holidays!

    December 10, 2014
  2. Alanna Lucas

    Thank you Emily and Ella for stopping by:-)

    December 10, 2014
  3. Alina K. Field

    I can’t wait to read Mistletoe Waltz, Alanna! My TBR stack is piled high, but I’ll get to this one.

    December 10, 2014
  4. Alanna Lucas

    Don’t worry- my TBR is quite high too! Thank you for stopping by Alina and Annie 🙂

    December 11, 2014
  5. Sun Chara

    Your stories sound lovely, Alanna! Mistletoe Waltz sounds perfect for a Christmas read!

    December 11, 2014
  6. Brenda Taylor

    Hello Alana, your stories sound exciting, and the covers are lovely. Best of luck.

    December 12, 2014

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