Cover Reveal - Their Merry Little Christmas (Love Square #2.5) by Jessica Ingro ~ Excerpt and Giveaway
Title: Their Merry Little Christmas (Love Square #2.5)
Author: Jessica Ingro
Tentative Release Date: December 2013
Cover Designer: Cover It! Designs
With the past behind them and all their skeletons out of the closet, the couples have just begun to settle into their relationships when they find things shaken up yet again.
Will Sam and Aiden’s marriage be able to survive the demands of work, shopping, decorating, and of course… baby Tessa? Will Jacob make a good first impression with his future in-laws and secure Kara’s position by his side until death do them part?
Join your favorite Love Square couples as they deck the halls and have themselves a Merry Little Christmas!
**Disclaimer: This content is unedited and subject to change**
Copyright © Jessica Ingro
“Fine. Bring me the damn suit,” I grumble begrudgingly.
“You’re the best! You know that?” Kara kisses me chastely. Her father is still there after all.
Bill laughs once Kara bolts up the stairs.
“Laugh now. Next thing you know she’ll make you be my elf!” I threaten good naturedly.
“I’d love to see that,” he says in between chuckles.
“Ah crap!” I pull my hands through my hair, seriously wanting to throw a child-sized temper tantrum at this turn of events.
“Think of it this way, son. It will be good practice for when you have kids. And you’re making those girls’ night.”
“Yeah… alright. I guess I can try to look on the bright side of things,” I concede. The last thing I need is for my soon to be father-in-law to think I’m a big baby.
Kara returns twenty minutes later with a giant red bag. I drag it into the bathroom and take my time changing. Part of me hopes that if I take too long the girls will fall asleep or something. Stranger things have happened.
“It’s Christmas Eve, Jacob. The girls won’t want to fall asleep regardless, so don’t think you can get out of this,” Kara calls through door.
How the hell does she do that? It’s worse than the eyes in the back of her head.
“I’ll be out in a minute,” I yell through the door.
After I velcro the giant pillow onto my belly, I turn to the side and stick my stomach out further, poking at my now enlarged gut. I roll my abdominal muscles making the pillow bounce and ripple. Chuckling at my nonsense, I step into the red, velvet pants. I pull the black suspenders over my shoulder and do a little jig watching as my stomach bounces around.
Apparently this suit sucks the seriousness out of you. Maybe it’s a magic suit…
I stop my musings and proceed to put the jacket on and button it up.
I look damn good in red. Even with a giant stomach.
Next comes the wig and beard, followed by the hat. Now I have absolutely no reason to walk out of this bathroom. Damn.
Opening the door, Kara is the first thing I see. Her face lights up and she graces me with a wide smile. She lifts her arm, and then she does the unthinkable when she snaps a picture with her cell phone.
“Lump of coal for you!” I shout and make like I’m going to attack her. When I lunge for her, she screeches and runs across the room.
Once I catch up with her, she reaches out and rubs red shit on my cheeks. “Really?” I ask not wanting to deal with this shit.
“You are so going to get lucky later,” she mumbles so only I can hear her.
“Damn straight. You owe me one creative session, Sunshine.”
“There is this new position I heard about that I’ve been curious to try.”
“It’s a good thing this suit is big, otherwise my sister would think Santa was a giant perv. What do you think you’re doing telling me that now?” I gripe, knowing my nieces can’t sit on my lap while I’m turned on.
“Sorry. I forget,” she says like that explains it all.
“You’re lucky I love you.” I kiss her forehead and start towards the stairs. “Let’s get this over with.”
About the Author
Jessica is the author of the Love Square series. She grew up in Central New York, where she spends her days as a Security Analyst at an IT consulting company. In her free time, she enjoys reading books and developing ideas for her own stories. Writing is her secret passion that she's been fostering since elementary school, when she wrote her first book about a puppy. It has always been a dream of hers to be able to share her stories with the world.
Jessica currently lives in New York with her husband and three dogs.
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