It’s only thirty-three days until Christmas, but if you’re already in the mood for some festive fun I have some fabulous news because…
Max and Luca are so much fun and their story is just pure Christmas sweetness and fluff with a delicious side of smut. It’s a super low-angst slice of Christmas fun with a sunshine banker trying to plan a surprise, a very stressed chocolatier, lots of delicious food, late-night truffle making dates, and lots of steam and swoon-worthy sweetness. And you might even spot a few Charlie-verse Easter Eggs too…
I’m so excited to take you to Chamonix and I hope you love Max and Luca’s story as much as I do.
Plus Up To Snow Good will also be coming in audio and I’ll keep you posted as soon as it’s available.
This Christmas, Trouble Tastes Like Chocolate
Maximillian Arthur Felstead is up to no good.
Having taken it upon himself to plan an anniversary surprise for his brother and his fiancé during their annual December ski trip, Max realises nothing happens quickly this close to Christmas. Deciding chocolate is the answer, Max accidentally incurs the wrath of chocolatier, Luca, who’s having a pre-Christmas nightmare of his own.
Luca is short staffed and short on patience, and he isn’t enamoured with Max’s clueless demands, even if he is utterly gorgeous. So when Max reaches out to apologise, Luca can’t help but be drawn in by his charm and Max’s offer of help, especially when their chemistry is hot enough to melt the ice on Mont Blanc.
With their time together running out, can a little Christmas magic help Max and Luca find what they’ve been searching for?
Up to Snow Good is a 49,000-word, low-angst MM contemporary Christmas romance featuring snow-topped mountains, Christmas market cuteness, delicious chocolate, and plenty of sweet, steamy moments.
“I’ve waited impatiently for Max’s story since Snow Way In Hell and I can happily say, it was well worth the wait! Up To Snow Good immediately transported me to the French Alps at Christmas, close enough to smell the truffles and taste the sweet chocolates. Snow Good is like a warm blanket and hot cocoa on a winter day.”Bestselling Author Carly Marie