Sweets and Santa (The Matchmaking Baker Book 2) by Rosie Pease

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Sweets and Santa (The Matchmaking Baker Book 2) by Rosie Pease
Genre – Cozy mystery; Witches, Ghosts, Vampires, Werewolves etc.; Sweet (paranormal) Romance
It’s Joanie’s first Christmas as a bakery owner, and although her recipes are perfect, her holiday window decorating skills leave something to be desired.
As items around town disappear, the spirit of the season gets overshadowed. Rumors swirl as residents speculate whodunnit. And when one of the missing pieces is an engagement ring last seen in her shop, Joanie’s reputation as a baker and matchmaker is put in jeopardy.
Joanie thought her new town was safe, but is it? Is it all a prank, or tied to the Christmas gnomes that get moved each night, or is something more sinister going on?
Will Christmas magic be on her side, allowing Joanie to find the ring and win over Heartwood Hollow with her cookies? Or will her efforts for a sweet holiday season for all turn sour?
Sweets and Santa is a paranormal Christmas cozy mystery novella. It and the rest of The Matchmaking Baker series can be read in any order before, during, or after reading The Matchmaker’s Grimoire series.


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 Rosie Pease is a native Rhode Islander but has lived in Vermont, New York, and Ohio. She uses the places she’s traveled to as inspiration for the settings of her cozy mysteries, pulling the theater from one, the cider mill from another, the river from another to create a fictitious town that feels familiar.

She collects Funko Pops of the Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Doctor Who, DC TV, and Marvel variety, with a few others thrown in for fun. Her desk is a mess, but she can find everything on it, so it works for her.

When she’s not writing, she’s playing with her daughter, hanging out with her husband, or being amused by her two crazy cats.

Author Interview With Rosie Pease




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