WhiteChristmasI hope you are all having a fabulous December and are nearly finished Christmas shopping. It’s a busy time of year and one I love so much. Christmas music is playing and I’m singing along. It’s a time of year for traditions and family and love.

Some of my favorite traditions are in the music and movies I usually listen to and watch at this time. My favorite Christmas songs are White Christmas, Santa Baby, It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, Baby it’s Cold Outside and Walking in a Winter Wonderland. For Movies, I love White Christmas, Holiday Inn, Miracle on 34th Street and Rudolph!

What are your favorites? (music, movies, books)

Another thing I love about December is the books with Christmas themes. I was fortunate enough to have a book out this month with Christmas in it and it brings back my characters from the UGLY STICK SALOON.


The best gift has nothing to do with the size of the BootsAndWishes300package

Married to the love of her life, Audrey Anderson is ready to get this baby show on the road. Except six months of timing sex around her ovaries’ cycle has not only dampened their spontaneity, it hasn’t worked. She’s still not pregnant.

Jackson would love to give Audrey half a dozen children, but he can’t stand the heartache in her eyes as each month goes by with no “plus” sign on the test strip. Hell, he’s ready to call it and concentrate on just being a happy couple.

When a runaway mother arrives at the Ugly Stick with a newborn in tow and needing a job, Audrey, ever the tender heart, takes them in—at the saloon and her home—despite the baby’s presence being a constant reminder of her own empty arms.

Baby Mia turns out to be a blessing in disguise, but just as life settles into a rhythm as pleasant as a cow pony’s lope, the runaway mama’s painful past comes roaring after her with the force of a prairie tornado, threatening to destroy anything in its path, including Audrey and the Ugly Stick Saloon.

Warning: It’s the holiday season at the Ugly Stick and time to wrap the saloon in mistletoe. No need for hot cocoa, there’s enough pull-out-all-the-stops heat between this sexy bar owner and her handsome cowboy to keep every reader warm.

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About Myla Jackson

Twenty years of livin' and lovin' on a South Texas ranch raising horses, cattle, goats, ostriches and emus left an indelible impression on Myla Jackson, one she likes to instill in her red-hot stories. Myla pens wildly sexy, fun adventures of all genres including historical westerns, medieval tales, romantic suspense, contemporary romance and paranormal beasties of all shapes and sexy sizes. When she's not wrangling words from her computer she's out snow-skiing, boating, riding her ATV or spending time with her family. She lives in the tree-covered hills of Northwest Arkansas with her husband of 20 years and her muses— the human-wanna-be canines—Chewy and Sweetpea. To learn more about Myla Jackson and her stories visit her website at
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  1. Favorite songs: White Christmas, Silver Bells, Silent Night, and of course… Grandma got run over by a reindeer, The Cajun Night Before Christmas, and The Red Neck 12 days of Christmas
    Favorite Movies: The Bishop’s Wife, White Christmas, Holiday Inn, Miracle on 34th Street, and Auntie Mame (not officially a Christmas movie but I love it)
    Merry Christmas to all……

  2. Clare O'Beara says:

    Love those folks at the Ugly Stick Saloon!
    I am a sucker for Christmas-themed books too so this is a must-read.

  3. Jana B says:

    Enjoyed the post. This sounds like a great read.

  4. suzlyne says:

    I can listen to Christmas songs all year long! Probably because they are the only songs I know all the words too. LOL! It must be a family thing because my aunt and her grandson are the same way.

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