‘Tis the Damn Season
by Kimi Freeman
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Pub Date 24 Oct 2023 | Archive Date 26 Oct 2023
Parson Press, Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Members' Titles
Told in a dual timeline and inspired by the Taylor Swift song of the same title, ‘Tis The Damn Season is a charming new contemporary romance destined to break your heart and put it right back together.
A Hollywood starlet caught in a scandal. The boy she never got over. A Christmas season they’ll never forget…
Aspen Moore is living proof that money doesn’t buy happiness. At twenty-three years old, the singer-actress has it all. Fame. Fortune. Her own headlining tour. And yet something—or someone—is missing.
When a scandal rocks Aspen’s carefully constructed Hollywood life, she’s forced to return to her Pennsylvania hometown, where she reconnects with her first love, Roman Torres. Aspen knows they must keep their relationship strictly platonic. This game of push and pull, catch and release she plays with Roman is bad for her. She’s not staying in Fertsville, and he’s not moving to LA. But their chemistry is undeniable, and amidst rumors and drama, the bright lights of Hollywood begin to pale in comparison to the dark brown eyes she fell in love with all those years ago. Could Aspen be willing to give up everything she’s ever wanted for the best thing she’s ever had?
A Note From the Publisher
“Will speak to a new generation of romance lovers while also delighting veterans of the genre with a fresh, vibrant voice.”
“Kimi Freeman crafts a delightful romp through our favorite holiday tropes! Brimming with small town charm, 'Tis the Damn Season is a heartfelt story about the power of coming home at last—A wonderful debut!”
—Courtney Kae, author of In the Event of Love