Blog Tour & Review: Not the Same Season & Holiday Cure for the Cursed, The New York Novellas by Lindsey Gray


The New York Novellas

by Lindsey Gray
Publication Date: December 1, 2016
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Holiday, Novella



Synopsis: Two broken hearts embarked on a holiday season in a way they never had before. Divorced.Mitch had been badly burned by love, but was willing to take a chance . . . with the right woman.

Hannah had lived everyday with the grief love had brought her and followed her everywhere.

Can two hearts find love and heal each other during the most difficult season of the year?

Marie’s REVIEW

Not the Same Season by Lindsey Gray is a tug at your heart novella for the holidays that leaves you with warm feelings. With heartbreak, that spark of attraction, and falling in love in the story line it comes together for a quick, satisfying read.

Hannah Stone and Mitch Turner had a chance meeting once upon a time. Brought back together under unique circumstances, they quickly develop a relationship even as both plan to move on. When chance brings them back together sooner than they thought, Hannah and Mitch find their way to an HEA.

Ms. Gray writes an appealing story with memorable characters and just the right amount of feels. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.

I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book for an honest review.





Synopsis: Daniel Digby is cursed by his good looks. After years of sexual harassment, he’s convinced wearing a wedding ring is the answer to fending off unwanted attention.
CiCi Newport is cursed by her family’s money. When men look her way, all they see are dollar signs. After two years, her “no dating” rule is still in place.
After a chance meeting, they’re entwined for the holidays. What starts as attraction might just be the holiday cure they’re looking for.
Marie’s REVIEW

Holiday Cure for the Cursed by Lindsey Gray is a sweet novella that warms the heart. When I first saw the title I wondered if it was some strange twist on a paranormal romance, but thankfully I was wrong. The “Cursed” in Ms. Gray’s story is CiCi Newport, cursed by her family’s money. Daniel Digby is the cure.

Two people with good reasons not to get involved, stumble upon each other at the local coffee shop. While getting to know each other, things take a turn. The twist is good.

Ms. Gray certainly wrote an interesting tale and I just love all the characters in this book. Well, maybe not one, but I’m not going to tell who that is.

A quick read, this book gets you in the holiday mood and makes you want to order a peppermint mocha and see what happens.

I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book for an honest review.



Is there anything better than New York during the holidays? Explore the city and the country in two holiday romance novellas from Lindsey Gray.



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Lindsey Gray typed her first complete novel at the age of twelve and dreamed of making her writing into a career. When her eighth grade class wrote a twenty year reunion story, casting her as a mystery novelist, she wasn’t sure she could make it a reality. After years of writing off and on, she decided to make a go of it. In December of 2010 she finally made her dream come true with her first published novel, Lies Inside. Five years and thousands of written words later, Lindsey is releasing her seventh published work, Nerdy Girl Nation.

When Lindsey takes a break from writing, she spends time with her husband of thirteen years and their two children, reading all kinds of romance novels, and hosting her own weekly radio show, Gray Matters, on TMV Cafe Internet Radio.

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