Monday, November 3, 2014

Southern Born Books Christmas Blog Tour

A Very Married Christmas Synopsis:
Cookbook author Marley Chambers can’t think of a more festive way to spend Christmas than at a friend’s holiday wedding in her hometown of Magnolia Bay. If only her soon-to-be ex-husband, all-star pitcher, Beckett “Beck” Chambers wasn’t bringing his new girlfriend—and if only he wasn’t still the sexiest man to ever walk out onto the mound… 
Beck never wanted the chaotic life of a sport star—especially not at the cost of his marriage to the only woman he’s ever truly loved. But his career is a runaway train—and he’s afraid it’s too late to hit the brakes. 
But when a mix-up leaves Beck and Marley stranded together for Christmas Eve on the barrier island where Beck proposed years before, old memories burn bright—and sparks fly hotter than a bonfire on the beach. 
Could the magic of the season bring the gift of a second chance, just in time for Christmas?

Jewelz Review~
This is a fun contemporary holiday romance. Not too sweet or too spicy, it tells the story of Marley & Beck Chambers - a couple who grew up and fell in love in Magnolia Bay. They've returned to celebrate the weddin gof their friends, but Marley & Beck are now separated. Returning to Magnolia Bay is bound to affect them, but will it be enough to bring them back together? I really enjoyed this fun holiday read.

FYI ~ some intimacy & some language

Erika Marks Bio:
Erika Marks is a women's fiction writer and the author of LITTLE GALE GUMBO, THE MERMAID COLLECTOR, THE GUEST HOUSE and IT COMES IN WAVES (July, 2014). On the long and winding road to becoming published, she worked many different jobs, including carpenter, cake decorator, art director, and illustrator. But if pressed, she might say it was her brief tenure with a match-making service in Los Angeles after college that set her on the path to writing love stories (not that there isn't romance in frosting or power tools!) A native New Englander, she now makes her home in Charlotte, NC, with her husband, a native New Orleanian who has taught her to make a wicked gumbo, and their two little mermaids. For more on Erika’s books, visit her website at

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