Klaus and Stefan are tearing through the South collecting hybrids and leaving a trail of dead bodies behind them. Unable to reach Stefan any other way, Elena devises a holiday plan to lure Stefan back home where he belongs.
Damon thinks Elena is wasting her time and fears the worst. He and Stefan no longer celebrate Christmas, but if Klaus approves Elena’s request, Damon will support her by giving her what she wants—a traditional Christmas.
What Elena wants and what she gets are two different vampires altogether. Elena approaches Klaus and asks for Stefan’s release, even if it’s only for one Christmas weekend. Klaus agrees, but his terms and conditions are nonnegotiable.
Soon, Elena is holed up in a snow-covered chalet with the Salvatore brothers and Klaus, an original vampire with an unusual agenda. And he’s gone to great lengths to find out who Elena really loves.
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Since early 2006, Susan’s titles have consistently climbed the charts on Amazon’s bestseller lists in the US and abroad. Her ghostwritten projects have capped Amazon’s top 500 with all previous nonfiction books documented chart runners in their respective categories.
In 2007 and 2008, the author’s nonfiction books earned the acclaimed ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year Awards. A few years later, A Killer’s Field, an edgy YA short story was awarded romance’s coveted Golden Rose Award for Best Romantic Suspense. Today, Susan’s romances (written under pen names) are consistent bestsellers in their respective genres.
She still writes over twenty-five manuscripts per year and hosts an annual workshop.
The author resides in East Tennessee but spends most of her time in Virginia and Connecticut where her granddoll resides. Susan loves hearing from her readers and can always squeeze in another ghostwriting assignment, if the topic is interesting and the contract allows her to stay in the shadows so she can do what she loves most–write.