Tuesday, December 10, 2013

12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop! #MiaDowning #giveaway #recipes!

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Welcome to...

12 Days of Christmas Blog hop!
Event Date:  December 1st  - 12th 2013
Hosted by: As You Wish Reviews & Confessions of the Paranormal
Sponsors: As You Wish Tours & Book Dragon Designs

I'm giving away a digital copy of Spy Games: Trained for Seduction (or if you have it, any other digital release.) Stay tuned to see how to win! 

Hi there! Welcome to the hop! We're supposed to do a cookie recipe for this thing but I have a secret... I don't bake cookies. I drink two times a year and one of them is when my girlfriend makes me do cut-out Christmas cookies. She finds my hives and angst amusing so she pours the wine and cackles. The other time is when she makes me dye Easter eggs, but that's another post. Anyhoo, the one thing I will bake is Toll House Pie. This uses a few ingredients, is easy to make, and my kids request it instead of cake for their birthday. Score all around. 

Toll House Pie, Mia-style
1 deep dish pie crust (you can use a graham cracker crust but it's a different flavor)
2 eggs--beaten until foamy
3/4 cup butter, softened
1/2 cup white sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup flour 
1/2 tsp. vanilla
1 cup chocolate chips for a traditional pie
*** I actually use the whole small bag of chocolate chips, minus whatever anyone steals. It makes it much richer and more decadent but the kids like it better. You can experiment with semi-sweet or milk chocolate morsels. I'd love to try a mix of white chocolate and regular but my family won't eat it. 

How to make the pie...
Oven 325 F. 
Beat eggs until foamy (they will double in volume) beat in flour, sugars, vanilla then butter last. Stir in chocolate chips and spoon into pie shell. Bake 50 mins or until knife inserted in middle comes out clean. I start checking it at 45 minutes and you may need to go up to 55 minutes, depending on oven. 

Best served with fresh whipped cream or ice cream, warm. MMMM....

How about some smut to go with that pie? 

Book 1 of the Spy Games Series!
Emma Walters didn't choose to be a spy, but when her crazy father was caught selling bombs to the wrong people, she was given a choice--become a spy or rot in jail. Her exciting new life as agent Kate Wells becomes more so when she discovers her new boss is the agent--undercover and investigating her father at the time--who took her to third base. Emma is already half in love with the dark and dangerous Chase Sanders. Kate wants nothing more than for him to finish what he started, but he's the devil incarnate. And one doesn't make deals or fall in love with the devil.

If someone had told Chase he'd fall in love with a certain virgin when he was on his last mission, he would have shot them dead, sniper style. She was nothing more than collateral damage, damn it. But watching the sexy new spy morph into a bombshell killing machine is too much to bear. So when the powers that be command him to train her in the art of seduction for her first--and possibly last--mission, he's scared witless. Making love to Kate means preparing her for sex with another man.

Somehow, Chase has to find a way to get Kate in--and out--of her mission without dying. And without falling in love.

This book is an erotic romance. It contains graphic language, explicit, smokin' hot sex, menage, lots of juicy conflict, some suspense, a dark and dangerous spy boss and a spunky bombshell heroine.

Trained For Seduction is available in e-book or print

Grand Prize: $150 Amazon Gift Card or Paypal Cash
First Prize: One (1) eBook from Every Participating Author

Leave a comment below with your email and I'll choose a winner for a digital copy of Spy Games: Trained for Seduction! What's your favorite cookie or dessert? 

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Kim Muhl said...

Mmmm, that pie sounds YUMMY! I'm going to try and make one for Christmas this year! Thanks for sharing the recipe...and the even yummier excerpt.

Cheryl M said...

Will have to make and see how compares to the chocolate pumpkin pie I did last year, which turned out really yummy.


Aubrey Wynne said...

I think I may try it both ways. Do a side by side taste test. You will wave away the calories for Christmas, right?

bn100 said...

chocolate chip cookies

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