A surprise snowstorm. A grumpy recluse. One very hot night. When the snow finally melts will Penny Holiday and Kent Matheson find their happy-ever-after or are they destined to remain friends? Contemporary Romance fans will love this charming holiday romance from New York Times Bestselling Author Noelle Adams!Stranded in the Woods2

Title: Stranded in the Woods

Author: Noelle Adams

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: November 13, 2018

Series: Holiday Acres #3

TBRsynopsis

A surprise snowstorm. A grumpy recluse. One very hot night.

When Penny Holiday gets stranded during a snowstorm, she has to seek refuge with Kent Matheson, a childhood friend who lives like a hermit and has never forgiven her family. Kent is everything she shouldn’t want, but feelings are awakened in his cabin in the woods that don’t disappear when the snow finally melts.

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Excerpt:

“Oh, Kent.” Her voice was gentle, almost tender. “You know that’s not true, right?”

“What?”

“You can do relationships. You were friends with me for eighteen years, and you never let me down.”

For no good reason emotion caught in his throat at that. “Not eighteen years. We weren’t friends when you were in the cradle.”

“Pretty much. I remembered having that contest over who could draw the better dog when I was like four years old. We were friends for all those years. You can do relationships.”

“That’s only because I pulled away before I had a chance to mess our friendship up.”

“You can keep telling yourself that if you want, but I know it’s not true.”

She was so beautiful in the candlelight, with her eyes deep and her lashes thick and her lips curved sensuously that Kent had to fight a wave of arousal that almost matched the power of the clench in his heart.

“I think it is,” he said thickly.

“And I know it’s not. You’ve always been a good friend to me until you decided that you didn’t want to be.”

“I did want to be. I just didn’t want to mess it up. And don’t tell me I wouldn’t have eventually ruined it because I’m about to ruin whatever’s left between us right now.”

She blinked. “What do you mean?”

“I mean I’m about to kiss you, and what would that do to our friendship?”

He wished he was better at guarding his words, hiding his feelings, but he’d never been good at that like Scott and Phil were. He was almost as bad at it as Penny.

Penny’s voice was hoarse now. “You’re about to…”

“Kiss you.”

Her cheeks flushed in the flickering light, and she met his gaze in something like a challenge. “Then why don’t you?”

“Why don’t I what?”

“Kiss me. What the heck do you think we were talking about?”

“You want me to kiss you?”

“Why wouldn’t I?”

“Because we’re friends.”

“And that means I’ll never want to kiss you?”

He was breathless now for a different reason. Things were happening so fast he couldn’t keep up. “You want me to…”

“Kiss me.” She swallowed down the last of her hot chocolate. “If that’s what you want. If it’s no good, then we won’t do it again.”

He stared at her, breathing heavily until he couldn’t hold back anymore.

She was asking him to kiss her, and everything about her was kissable.

Kent was going to kiss her even if it was the worst thing he could do.

Copyright © 2018 Stranded in the Woods by Noelle Adams

Other Books in the Holiday Acres series:

tranded on the Beach (Holiday Acres #1)

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A forced vacation on the beach. The man who broke her heart. A second chance at love.

Rebecca Holiday’s sisters force her to take a two-week vacation on the beach for some much needed rest, but then she runs into the man who broke her heart, the only man she’s ever loved.

When they decide to spend time together, it’s only supposed to be closure, but what they might discover is a second chance at love.

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Stranded in the Snow (Holiday Acres #2)

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An unexpected snowstorm. The man she hates the most. One very hot night.

Olivia Holiday does not expect to spend the weekend stranded in a romantic cottage during a snowstorm with the one man she resents the most. Scott Matheson is a player and holds a grudge against her family, and she really shouldn’t find him so hot. They share a deep history as well as an attraction, and it all comes out as they’re trapped together for one hot night.

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Stranded for Christmas (Holiday Acres #4)

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A snowstorm. Her much older business partner. One very hot night.

Laura Holiday doesn’t believe in romance. Her life revolves around her work and her six-year-old son. The last thing she wants is a fling with her friend and business partner, Russ Matheson, who is emotionally unavailable and thirteen years older than her. But one night in a snowstorm changes their relationship forever.

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TBRgiveaways

Noelle is offering one (1) lucky Grand Prize winner a paperback set of her Holiday Acres series containing Stranded on the Beach, Stranded in the Snow, Stranded in the Woods, and Stranded for Christmas! Two (2) Runner-ups will receive an eCopy of one book from Noelle’s backlist titles (winner’s choice). To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter below:

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TBRauthorbioNoelle Adams Photo

Noelle handwrote her first romance novel in a spiral-bound notebook when she was twelve, and she hasn’t stopped writing since. She has lived in eight different states and currently resides in Virginia, where she reads any book she can get her hands on and offers tribute to a very spoiled cocker spaniel.

She loves travel, art, history, and ice cream. After spending far too many years of her life in graduate school, she has decided to reorient her priorities and focus on writing contemporary romances.

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