“Aidan’s only priority is to be the best single dad ever. And this year he plans to make the holidays magical for his little girl, Ella Rose.”

Get ready to feel the sugary sweetness of the holidays in Debbie Mason’s new novel, SUGARPLUM WAY (Forever). Romance writer, Julia Landon knows how to write a happily-ever-after. But creating one for herself is a whole different story. After a surprising–and surprisingly passionate–kiss under the mistletoe at Harmony Harbor’s holiday party last year, Julia thought she might have finally found her very own true love. Until she learns her Mr. Tall, Dark, and Broodingly Handsome has sworn off relationships. Well, if she can’t have him in real life, Julia knows just how to get the next best thing.

Aidan’s first priority is his little girl, Ella Rose. But visions of stolen kisses under the mistletoe keep dancing in his head, and when he finds out Julia has written him into her latest novel, he can’t help imagining the possibilities of a future together. Little does he know, Julia has been keeping a secret that threatens their dreams. Luckily, ’tis the season for a little Christmas magic.
SUGARPLUM WAY is the 4th book in the Harmony Harbor series. I’m going to have to go back and read the earlier ones now that I’ve met and fell in love with the Gallagher family. ‘Tis the season for everyone in Harmony Harbor to be jolly!

About Debbie Mason

Debbie Mason is the USA Today bestselling author of the Christmas, Colorado and Harmony Harbor series. Her books have been praised for their “likable characters, clever dialogue and juicy plots” (RT Book Reviews). When she isn’t writing or reading, Debbie enjoys spending time with her very own real-life hero, three wonderful children, two adorable grandbabies, and a yappy Yorkie named Bella in Ontario, Canada

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Thanks to TLC Book Tours and FOREVER Publishing, we have one copy of SUGARPLUM WAY to giveaway to one blog follower. Just tell us what your favorite Holiday tradition is. We’ll announce a winner next week. Good luck!

23 thoughts on “SUGARPLUM WAY by Debbie Mason & GIVEAWAY

  1. Since we built a house on the land we owned since i moved to Ca we have bought a live Christmas tree in a pot and then after Christmas we take the tree and plant it outside that has been for 5 years and they are all doing great. In fact a hawk thought it was a great place to sit and watch our birdfeeders well i told my husband and now the hawk is out flying around nowhere around our house. We also mail Thanksgiving cards and Advent calenders to our grandkids and friends that have kids we start with Halloween and send a card to the child with money in it. Why did Hallmark get rid of those cards that you could stick dimes inside. Well anyway then Thanksgiving is a card and Advent Calender then we keep going Valentines and Easter. The kids all like getting mail especially the big package that comes around Dec 1st that has their Advent Calender. We have a few other traditions that started from when I was a child and a wonderful social worker showed up with a stocking filled for all of us foster kids, Well my kids always had stockings for Christmas and now since all my family lives in Ca and I am in Ia I mail a filled new stocking every year and it has their initial on it ., So when they are 16 they should have 16 stockings for when they get married for their house.

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  2. One of my favorite traditions is hiding the pickle in the tree. The first one that finds it gets a special little gift. Thank you for the chance.

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  3. Everyone no matter how old they are still gets one present from Santa.
    I also buy my kids an ornament every year so one day they will have s tree full

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  4. I love getting together with my parents, six siblings and their families. Not everyone makes it every year but it’s wonderful with whoever can. And since I retired from retail this past spring, I can make it every year now!

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  5. I love these holiday stories! One of my favorite traditions is to bring out the Christmas china, cups, linens and kitchen items and be surrounded by them the entire month of December.


  6. We opened in gift in christmas every. PJs coco snacks and a Christmas movie. We also make Santa’s. Cookies on Christmas eve.


  7. One tradition we have done for many years, is we have hot crab sandwiches for Christmas Eve. They are so good!!!
    Thanks for chance!!


  8. We get hot chocolate, radio playing Christmas music & drive around looking at decorations & all the pretty lights.


  9. My favorite tradition is singing Christmas carols after Sunday lunch and playing 5 second rule , Christmas theme! It’s loads of fun and laughs with some singing wrong lyrics too.


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