His Christmas Surprise – She brought an unexpected sparkle into his life is the second book of the Christmas Romance series by Summerita Rhayne.
She stole his Christmas dinner and left him with a kiss.
Dan Tollinger is having a bad Christmas. His wife lost her battle with cancer and he’s finding it hard to manage his two sons. Busy with his shop he has little time left for them, so having a woman around to keep an eye on them seems like an ideal solution.
Tonya needs premises to run her business after her bakery got damaged in a fire. With a son to bring up on her own, the sensible option is to accept Dan’s job offer to housekeep while putting her business back on the track.
Neither counted on the unexpected warmth and awareness that sprang up between them. Would it be wise to let it kindle to desire and then something more?
Especially when his sons are not ready to accept her in his life.
Book 2 in Christmas romance series, His Christmas Surprise is the story of Jay’s brother Dan. It’s not in continuity with Book 1 and is a standalone romance.
For you if you like to read family oriented romances with a bit of sensuality on the side.
A Word from the Author
With His Christmas Surprise, I have turned ten books old romance author. The Christmas romance series started as a short story meant for anthology, so it was really a ‘germ’ of an idea that multiplied rapidly. In the first book, His Christmas Delight, the hero, Jay suffers from PTSD and doesn’t consider himself Mr. Right for the heroine. Myra has loved and lost, but never thought it could happen again.
His Christmas Surprise is about Jay’s brother. Having lost his wife to cancer and managing his business and kids, Dan has a lot on his plate. Tonya, sunny and joyful, can turn his house into a home. His kids, however, are not ready to accept her.
Besides writing contemporary romances like this series, I also write historical romance set in India. I have published traditionally and won contests with Harlequin and Harper Collins India. I publish independently with Amazon these days.
(Summerita Rhayne, March 2017)