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Christmas gifts aren’t the only surprises Ginny is going to get this year.

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☕️ Moonstone



Christmas gifts aren’t the only surprises Ginny is going to get this year.


Moonstone Guinevere ‘Ginny’ Miles is in Silver Springs visiting her parents for the holidays. They moved to the town five years ago, and adore their new life here. Used to the hustle and bustle of London, England, Ginny isn’t convinced at first—what’s so great about a small town in Upstate New York, anyway? Despite her own opinions, it’s clear to Ginny the move has done her parents the world of good—they look years younger. There’s clearly something magical about this town.


Following some exploration of her own, Ginny discovers Silver Springs has its charms—Jewels Cafe is amazing, for starters, as is its pumpkin spice latte. Ginny’s drunk a lot of lattes in her thirty-three years, but nothing quite like this.


Her taste buds are still tingling from the tasty treat when she comes across a broken-down truck on the way back to her parents’ place. And when she spots the three gorgeous guys with the vehicle, it’s not just her taste buds that are tingling.


Is Ginny’s vacation in Silver Springs about to get a whole lot more interesting?




A Moonstone bonus story.


Moonstone Guinevere ‘Ginny’ Miles is having one hell of a festive season. She was only supposed to be visiting her parents for Christmas, then returning home to London, England. But one pumpkin spice latte, one broken down truck, three hot guys, and two snowstorms later, and everything has changed—she’s decided to move to Silver Springs for good. She hasn’t told her parents or her gorgeous harem—Trent, Landon, and Kai—anything yet, and perhaps that’s a good thing.


Being snowed in with time to kill has revealed potential issues in her relationships that Ginny hadn’t considered before. Is her bright, exciting new future at an end before it’s even begun?


Note: This bonus scene is set during the timeline of Moonstone, which makes it spoilery if you haven’t read it already. You have been warned.