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Tuesday, November 5, 2019

the snow continues to fall... Red Snowflakes by Kristal Dawn Harris

"This was such an awesome story that I highly recommend. It's well written with wonderful characters and great word usage pulling me in making me feel I'm there watching the story unfold" Deb O, Goodreads


Release Date: November 6th, 2019

Forensic photographer, Dena Williams, has spent her life trained to see what others cannot.

Vampire, Dimitri Kovac, has waited every Christmas for a miracle that does not come.

In the Oregon wilderness, during a snowstorm, these two destined souls collide. Dena's only hope of survival rests in a vampire with the heart of a poet. Dimitri only has five days to win a skeptical woman's heart. 

As the Christmas tree lights burn brightly and the snow continues to fall, will Dena succumb to a vampire's charms? With so little time, can Dimitri win her love?


Dena stood her ground waiting until he stopped directly in front of her-toe to toe. Her eyes lifted from his broad chest to his face. His breath caressed her skin in whispery touches. This close she could see the small lines around his eyes and the long length of his eyelashes. She’d photographed numerous crime scenes and witnessed the arrest of several criminals, so she knew the eyes of a killer. This man did not have those eyes. Predator yes. Murderer no. The sea-blue depths emanated tranquility, but there was something else there as well. 

Trained to see things others didn’t, Dena’s head tilted while studying him trying to see what evaded her eyes. Engrossed in his features, almost drawn to him on a level her mind didn’t understand, her body leaned forward. He didn’t move away, but his pupils tracked every move she made. Dena focused on his eyes letting her own senses expand. Something was different in those sea-blue depths. They say the eyes are the mirror to the soul, but his seemed more like a mask. Her body jerked when the black of his pupils bled into the white until his sockets completely blacked out, then shifted back to their normal sea-blue color. Curiosity led her. One foot slid between his as she moved even closer until their bodies brushed. For some odd reason, she wasn’t afraid. “What are you?”

About the author:
Kristal Dawn Harris is an American author, born in Middletown, Ohio. She currently resides in Ohio with her husband. Kristal has been married for 27 years and has two children. She graduated from Carlisle High School, then furthered her education at Miami University. She has a business degree in Accounting Technology. Kristal spent twenty years working as an Office Coordinator in the hospital until she released her debut novel, “The Rings of Faolan-Emeralds,” through The Wild Rose Press. 

In 1999, Kristal suffered a debilitating disease called “Guillain-Barre Syndrome.” This rare disease damaged the nerves in her body requiring the use of drop-foot braces in order to walk. Kristal considers herself a survivor and encourages anyone with a disability to follow their dreams. 

Kristal is considered a hybrid romance author since she published “Hand-Carved Wolf” and “Thief of Hearts” on her own. Kristal is an avid reader who enjoys romance from all genres, but paranormal is her favorite.

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Stephanie LaPlante said...

Sounds very interesting.

Bridgett Wilbur said...

I just love your title and cover.

Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thanks for hosting!

Kristal Harris said...

Thanks! I wanted to write a Christmas story with a little paranormal! A Christmas vampire fit the bill! Lol

Kristal Harris said...

Thank you! I wanted an intense vampire..ha!

Kristal Harris said...

Thanks for hosting!

Audrey Stewart said...

I have read a couple of Kristal Dawn Harris books. I look forward to reading many more.

Tashia Jennings said...

Thanks for sharing. Love meeting new authors and discovering books to add to my TBR.

Kristal Harris said...

Hi Audrey! What a nice thing to say! Hope you love this book.

Kristal Harris said...

Hi Tashia! Hope you enjoy the book and I love meeting new readers!

lildevilgirl22 said...

This book sounds really good.

Kristal Harris said...

Hi lildevilgirl22! So far, everyone who has read it, really enjoyed the book. Thanks for commenting.