The Mistletoe #Blitz

Title: The Mistletoe
A Sinfully Tempting Series Standalone
Author: Alexia Chase
Genre: Contemporary Holiday Romance
Release Date: April 6, 2022
BLURB
Can the awkward girl ever win the hot football player?

Saylor
I’m that awkward girl. I drop boxes and fall into walls. Who catches me? The hottest football player on the team. Meet-cute? Not hardly. My face heats up like Rudolph’s nose or a jar of spaghetti splatted on a tile floor.
But Knox is a trooper who takes my gear to my boss’s office and even helps put up the holiday decorations. His momma raised him right. He’s perfect. Except he has a runway model for a girlfriend. The only football players I’m getting are the ones in the romance novels I devour.
Knox
I’ve been trying to get Saylor alone for three months, but she’s as elusive as a unicorn with a bag full of magical disappearing fairy dust.
After I caught my ex-girlfriend in a compromising position with my limo driver, I’m looking for someone with substance. Someone like Saylor. But anytime I get close to her, she runs off.
Can a little bit of mistletoe magic help solve my problem?
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AUTHOR BIO

Alexia Chase is a steamy contemporary romance author who specializes in visual stories set in an interconnected world.

If you love stepping into a place that feels like home where familiar people, places, and things welcome you with open arms, then you’re in the right place.
Ms. Chase pens everything from short stories to novels with heroes from bartenders to billionaires.
What can you find between the pages? Heavy doses of snark, sinful fun, smut, and happily ever afters.
Come inside. They’re waiting for you.
Where can you find Ms. Chase when she’s not writing? Ms. Chase lives in a small community outside of Kansas City, Missouri. She spends her free time with her husband, three children, and two dogs and loves to spin stories in her head. She’s an avid learner and never far from her computer. Just ask her children. They have plenty to say about her excessive computer usage.

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