Welcome to another day of holiday fun with Lisa Chalmers
If you could ask Santa for one thing, what would it be and why?
I’d love a kindle fire, I don’t have an e-reader at all yet, I’ve been reading all my ebook’s on my laptop. Be nice to not have to lug the laptop into bed at night.
What is your favorite holiday candy?
Andes Chocolate Mint, my grandma always sent me those at Christmas and I love them, haven’t found them lately so Terry’s Chocolate ‘orange’ in mint is a close second.
It’s the season of Egg Nog. Do you prefer it with rum, without alcohol or can’t stand the stuff?
I like the smell of it, but not a big fan of it as a drink. The ice cream version isn’t bad though.
What is one of your holiday traditions to do each year?
Having pizza and watching the old black and white Ebenzer Scrooge on Christmas Eve.
If you could kiss any character under the mistletoe, who would it be?
I’d go with Bones from Jeanine Frost’s books.
Holiday cookies are my favorite to bake each year. Do you have a favorite holiday cookie that you enjoy each year?
I love the shortbread cookies with maraschino cherries on top.
If Tomorrow Never Comes by Lisa Chalmers
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Rebel Heart Ink
Josh Collins has the perfect life—a beautiful girlfriend and a baby on the way, until an accident takes his life and he’s suddenly forced to fight for everything and everyone he loves.
Alone and pregnant, Avery Rhodes is suddenly thrust into a painful new reality. Life without the man she loves is turbulent. Nothing feels the same any more without him and she finds herself facing the unimaginable.
With his newfound guide Gabriel, Josh is forced to learn what happens IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES .
He’d decided to go with her to that very first doctor’s appointment, the one to confirm whether or not her suspicions were correct. It was uncomfortable being the only male in the doctor’s waiting room, being smiled at by every woman who walked in. He could still see the surprise on the nurse’s face when she walked out and found him there by himself for the first time. He’d tried to keep from squirming around anxiously in the chair every time he heard a door open and close in the distance. He wondered just how long it took to come back with test results anyway. They’d called and said they were in, so it didn’t take all that long to tell her yes or no, did it? He kept stretching his legs out ahead of him then bringing them back, not wanting to trip anyone as they were called for their appointment. He’d been there at least an hour waiting, jumping at every noise. He’d been sure the nurse was about to give him something for his nerves when he felt someone nudge his foot. He scooted his feet back, letting whoever it was pass by on their way to their appointment.
“Good quiz in Cosmo?” Avery’s voice came from behind the glossy pages.
He lifted his gaze in record time. “Who cares?” He tossed the magazine on the empty chair beside him.
She read the cover. “Rating your lover in twelve easy questions.”
“What?” She’d been reaching for the magazine.
“I want to know.”
“I haven’t taken the quiz yet.” She giggled as he batted her hand away. “You’re absolutely crazy.”
He glanced around the almost deserted waiting room before he pulled her down to sit on his lap. “I want to know if we’re going to have a baby.” His arm wrapped around her waist, his fingers sliding beneath the back of her shirt, rubbing the soft skin at the small of her back. “I need to know.”
“You need to know, huh?”
His eyes locked on hers. “Come on, Aves. Am I going to be a daddy?”
She took one of his hands and moved it around, resting it on her abdomen. She bit her lip for a moment before breaking out into the most beautiful smile he’d ever seen. “I think Daddy’s crazy, don’t you, baby?”