Spotlight on Hitched by Erin Nicholas + Excerpt + Contest!

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 Erin Nicholas gets to wrap up the Promise Harbor Wedding series with Hitched. I adore weddings and this series is on my TBR mountain. Take a look at the teaser excerpt and add it to your stack too.

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Hitched (Promise Harbor Wedding, #4)Hitched

(Promise Harbor Wedding Book #4)

Release date: Apr. 30, 2013 |

Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.  |

Genre: Romance, Contemporary Romance

ISBN-13: 9781619214316 |
Format: eBook
And she thought the bridesmaids dresses were her biggest problem… The Promise Harbor Wedding, Book 4 Allison Ralston would rather be anywhere other than this wedding. Even if the wedding is hers. Especially since the wedding is hers. But Allie’s determined to restore her family’s happiness, and if tying the knot with longtime family friend, Josh Brewster, is the way to do it, then she’ll walk down that aisle, toss that bouquet and drink that champagne. Oh, she’ll definitely drink the champagne. There’s only one thing that could get Gavin Montgomery back to Promise Harbor. And she’s about to say I do to another man. Now he’s back to claim what’s his—even if he has to do it in the middle of her wedding. Allie is shocked—and okay, a little turned on—when Gavin literally sweeps her off her feet. Safe in his arms, she succumbs to fatigue, stress, and yes, the champagne, only to wake up in his bed. In Alaska. Now that he’s put four thousand miles between Allie and all her responsibilities, Gavin’s determined to show her that they can make a life together. If he has his way, the next wedding Allie will be planning will be theirs. Warning: Contains a guy so in love he’s willing to break up the wedding of the season, a bride who just needs to get to, well, anywhere else, and enough hot sex to take them from New England to Alaska and back again.
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2013 © Erin Nicholas

They landed at nine p.m. local time. Not that local time mattered. Gavin’s system was so screwed up with changing three time zones out and back in the space of twenty-four hours that he knew he’d be feeling the effects for days. On top of that, it was right before the summer solstice, so it never got completely dark. Nine o’clock at night looked like two in the afternoon.

Allie was still asleep. He’d also slept, as well as could be expected on the plane, for several of the ten hours of the flight.

As he deplaned, he shook hands with Major, the pilot who had traded the spontaneous flight to the east coast for a year of free veterinary care for his ten mushing dogs, six cats, four horses and seven goats. In addition to his regular fees. “I’ll be out to check on Eddie soon,” Gavin said.

Major chuckled and lit up a cigarette. “It was the most interesting trip I’ve had in a long time,” the older man said. His eyes flicked to where Allie lay curled in her seat. “Good luck, boy. Looks like you have your hands full.”

Gavin turned to look at Allie. He couldn’t believe she was here. Hands full? Maybe. Okay, probably. But he knew what it was like to have his hands empty of her…he wasn’t doing that again.

He carried her to his truck, loaded her bags in back and headed for home. They pulled in just before eleven thirty.

Gavin tried to rouse Allie to walk into the house, but she was having none of that. Instead, she seemed to melt into him when he picked her up off the truck seat. Not that he minded. She weighed next to nothing and he liked the feeling that he was taking care of her. He knew Allie. She was a do-er. She took care of people. She always had a plan, went non-stop and gave one hundred and ten percent to everything. For her to fall into this deep of an unconscious state with him meant she was either completely exhausted or she completely trusted him. Or both. Whichever it was, she needed him and needed to be here.

He deposited her on the big king-sized bed in his bedroom. He had a guest room on the main level, but Allie wasn’t sleeping under his roof in any bed other than his. And he was going to be right beside her.

He was damned tired of seeing her in that wedding dress though.

With a deep breath, he realized he needed to change her clothes. For one, she’d be more comfortable and for another, he couldn’t very well burn the dress with her still in it.

“Allie? Babe, let’s get you out of this thing,” he said, pulling her up to sitting.

She pulled back, trying to lie down.

“No, no, come on,” he said, tugging her upright.

He reached behind her and lowered the zipper on the dress. The bodice gaped and slipped forward on her arms. Gavin stoically kept his eyes from dropping lower than her face. This wasn’t sexual. That wasn’t what was happening here. He was going to undress her, put her in one of his T-shirts and tuck her in. Period.

The dress hadn’t dropped away from her breasts completely, so he also unhooked her bra and then rose to grab a T-shirt from his dresser. She’d flopped back onto the pillows, the bodice loose, but still covering her when he returned to the bed. He slipped the T-shirt over her head and then pulled it down as he pulled the dress and bra down. He didn’t see any bare body parts—but he knew they were there. And his body reacted.

Gavin stubbornly ignored the tightness behind his zipper and slipped the dress and bra out from under the shirt, pulling the dress the rest of the way off her hips and down her legs. He left her panties on and tossed the dress to one side. He was going to roast marshmallows over the fire he made with that dress tomorrow.

Then he stripped off his own clothes except his boxers and managed to get the comforter and sheets pulled down from under Allie. She sighed contentedly, burrowed down into the pillow and he slid in next to her, flipping the covers over them both.

The big windows were covered with blackout shades, making it feel like it was nighttime in the bedroom at least. But there was enough light from the light in the hallway that he could lay and watch Allie’s profile. She was here. He finally let his body and mind relax enough to absorb that fact. He and Allie were in his bed together in Alaska.

This was where she belonged. With him. And finally it was going to happen.

His actions and reactions had been fueled by emotion—panic, fear, love, determination—for the past twenty-six hours. Now everything just drained out of him. It was over. He’d gone to her. He’d done the right thing. He’d rescued her.

Everything was good now.

Gavin felt his body start to sink into the mattress and he reached to pull Allie against him. She wiggled close, her butt right in his groin, her legs against his, her back to his chest.

His body hardened as his heart softened.

Everything was very good now.


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Jilted, Promise Harbor Wedding book one, Kelly Jamieson, March 19, 2013
Bolted, Promise Harbor Wedding book two, Meg Benjamin, April 2, 2013
Busted, Promise Harbor Wedding book three, Sydney Somers, April 16, 2013
Hitched, Promise Harbor Wedding book four, Erin Nicholas, April 30, 2013

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I’ve been reading romance since my mom first let me into her book cupboard when I was about fourteen. LaVyrle Spencer, Julie Garwood, Debbie Macomber… they took my ‘happily ever after’ ideas from animated princesses to real people in the real world.

I’ve been writing romance almost as long. Many a family car trip was spent with my head bent over a spiral notebook in the back seat. I’ll confess that my very first attempts at fiction were fantasy and paranormals, influenced by my father’s love of the Lord of the Rings, The Chronicles of Narnia, and the original Alice in Wonderland. If Harry Potter had been around, I’m sure he would have been on the bedtime story shelf as well.

But it wasn’t long until I started writing about true love and that’s where I’ve been ever since.

I’m so thrilled to be able to share these stories with you! I hope that they make you smile, sigh, maybe even choke up a little. Most of all, I hope that they help you believe in magical things like first kisses, the spark of passion, and the power of true love.


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7 Replies to “Spotlight on Hitched by Erin Nicholas + Excerpt + Contest!”

  1. Series are amazing~! I love all of the characters that appear in the books and then get their own HEAs but also seeing characters grow and evolve throughout the series.

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