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Christmas in Rose County

Amber Root & Ellen Wilder

Rose County #1
Romantic Suspense, Holiday Romance

Four months after Shannon O’Riley and her daughter were taken hostage, an opportunity to escape finally presents itself, sending the pair out into a cold December night with nothing more than two thin blankets and a few items of clothing, a small amount of cash, and the little girl’s teddy bear.

Sheriff Karl Muller’s quick stop at the local supermarket went from grabbing a few groceries to taking an unconscious woman and her frightened young child to the county hospital, adding a new case to his workload. As Karl learns more about Shannon and her captor, his want to find the monster grows, as does the urge to keep them safe.

Despite the terror that lies ahead, Shannon and Karl quickly find themselves denying their growing attraction toward the other. When things go from bad to worse, Karl fights to keep his feelings in check while protecting the woman and her child who are stealing his heart.


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Amber Root

Amber Root is a bibliophile, author, crafter, spinner, farmer, mother of two beautiful boys, and unrepentant nerd. She lives on twenty three beautiful acres in the Cascade Mountains of Western Washington and divides her time between: her loving family, the many animals on the farm, and the characters in her head.

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Ellen Wilder

Ellen Wilder was born and raised in Indiana. She is happily married to her husband of seven years and enjoys raising their two girls and one boy in the house where she grew up. They have a border collie/corgi mix named Loki and three extremely spoiled cats.

Ellen writes contemporary romance novels with a realistic twist to them. If you’re looking for fairy tales, you won’t find them here as her characters deal with real life issues. She loves helping people with their writing, paying forward the help that she has received allowing her to be where she is today.

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