Monday, October 20, 2014

Aloha to Tracy Solheim and HOLIDAY AT MAGNOLIA BAY


Tracy Solheim and I have taken a "half time" break from Monday Night Romance to celebrate the release of Tracy's new digital novella from Tule Publishing, HOLIDAY AT MAGNOLIA BAY:

When Navy SEAL Drew Lanham sees Jenna Huntley rising out of Magnolia Bay, she reminds him of the goddess of the sea, but he has to ignore her siren’s call as he’s home on a brief leave trying to recover from a devastating mission where he lost a teammate.

Jenna’s more interested in protecting and studying Sea Turtles and building a local hatchery than in men; except when she first locks eyes with Drew, she realizes he just might be the one man who can pull her out of her lab and into his bed to celebrate Christmas Magnolia Bay style.

I am giving away a digital copy of HOLIDAY AT MAGNOLIA BAY to one randomly selected commenter.  To enter the giveaway,

1.  Leave a comment about turtles - have you seen them in the wild?   Honu (turtle) is sacred in Hawaii.  Check out my pictures from Turtle Beach on Oahu's North Shore at this link.

2.  Comments are open through Saturday, October 25, 10 pm in Baltimore.

3.  I'll post the winner on Sunday, October 26.


Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City

Check out Tracy's guest post at HOLIDAY AT MAGNOLIA BAY and the Georgia Sea Turtle Sanctuary at the The Romance Dish at this link.


  1. I have actually never seen a turtle in the wild. Sounds like fun though :) Thanks for sharing and congrats to Tracy on the new release!

  2. The only turtles I've ever seen were at the zoo. Can't wait to read Tracy's new book.

  3. We had box turtles that lived behind our house as a child and my daughter's boyfriend keeps water turtles. Amazing animals.

  4. It has become a "tourist attraction" to watch the turtle come ashore on Florida's Atlantic coast to lay their eggs. A ranger of sorts leads this "eco" adventure with flashlights and hushed voices.

    Congrats to Tracy on her new release!


  5. I remember stopping by the North Shore to see the turtles in Hawaii! I also remember many Japanese tourists taking pictures of them.


  6. I have seen turtles - at the black beaches in Hawaii.

  7. No, have not.