🎄 Bah, Humbug! 🎄 by Heather Horrocks

A Christmas Street Romantic Comedy Novella

Lexi Anderson is an up-and-coming, Martha Stewart-type TV hostess whose two kids love the Jared Strong adventure novels, which happen to be written by their new neighbor, Kyle Miller.

For the first time in his writing career, Kyle has writer’s block–until he sees the snowman on his lawn and realizes it’s the perfect solution to his plot problem. He digs in and discovers two things: one, his villain’s weapon will fit inside a snowman’s body, and two, this particular snowman was supposed to be the backdrop for Lexi’s next show.

From this improbable beginning comes friendship, but can there be a happy ending for a woman who is afraid to get close again and a man who has shadows from his childhood?

Families join together and hearts are healed as this couple goes walking in a winter wonderland.


Bah Humbug! is a feel good easy read short story. It is a well written light-hearted and enjoyable Christmas read.

Fans of the festive tales will enjoy this heart-warming Christmas which has all the necessary ingredients for the perfect christmas story!

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  • TITLE: Bah, Humbug!
  • AUTHOR:Heather Horrocks
  • PUBLISHER: Word Garden Press
  • PUBLICATION DATE: 9 September 2011
  • ASIN: B005ME39HU
  • FORMAT: ebook
  • LENGTH: 96 pages


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I’m an author who had a somewhat unorthodox upbringing. I was raised in South America and the Middle East, and wrote my first stories as a teenager in Kuwait, where my sister and I proved it really is hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk. I wrote my first novel in three months on a typewriter when I was 21, I used every romance cliché possible (including amnesia — need I say more?), and never rewrote anything, which is why it’s so much fun to pull it out occasionally when I need a good laugh. I wrote sporadically until my youngest child (who is now 18) was two, when I decided it was time to either actually start writing, or to stop saying I was a writer. So I took a class and started doing the scary things that writing requires. Now I’ve written about twelve novels and several children’s books.

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