Author: D.M. Davis
Genre: Steamy Contemporary Romance
Release date: 11 December 2019
I thought he wanted my inheritance. Turns out, he wanted me.
Maggie is a lonely shop keeper who loves her memories, living her life for the ones she’s lost. She’s torn between holding on to the past or selling off her inheritance for a chance to discover her passion.
Marcus is a real estate developer who’s been after Maggie’s properties for years. Somewhere along the way his desire to buy her out morphed into the need to win her heart.
This Christmas novella of loss, remembrance, and transformation will warm your heart for the holidays and all year through.
Note to Reader: The Warm Me Softly novella originally appeared in the Winter’s Edge Anthology (Nov 2017). This version is intended for mature audiences as it’s been revamped with new and updated scenes, making it a Steamy Romance.
This book was provided by the author through Give Me Books Promotions in exchange for an honest review. Thank you D.M. Davis and Give Me Books Promotions!
Warm Me Softly is a Christmas novella of loss and love, about Maggie and Marcus.
Warm Me Softly was such a cute Christmas novella, perfect for reading in December. I really liked Warm Me Softly because it’s such a cute love story with a lovely ending. It was really fast paced, you can easily finish this novella in a few hours!
Marcus is such a kind man, and he’d be the perfect boyfriend. He’s so caring and has been in love with Maggie for such a long time. Maggie doesn’t even know that Marcus is in love with her, which is kind of funny because it’s so obvious. Maggie’s also really loyal and dedicated, and I love that.
Warm Me Softly was such an enjoyable novella and I’d love to read some more about Maggie and Marcus! So D.M. Davis, if you’re reading this: I want another novella/book about Maggie and Marcus!!!
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She is a Texas native, wife, and mother. Her background is Project Management, technical writing, and application development. D.M. has been a lifelong reader, and wrote poetry in her early life, but has found her true passion in writing about love and the intricate relationships between men and women.
She writes of broken hearts and second chances, of dreamers looking for more than they have and daring to reach for it.
D.M. believes it is never too late to make a change in your own life, to become the person you always wanted to be, but were afraid you were not worth the effort. You are worth it. Take a chance on you. You never know what’s possible if you don’t try. Believe in yourself as you believe in others, and see what life has to offer.