• Ryanne Harper

New Release: 12.03

Christmas has never been so much fun!

Lynx & LeRoux are back with a Kimmy Christmas collection.

Look, you missed the Spring Valley crew. We missed the Spring Valley crew. So, here we are. A short story collection to tide us all over until we pick up where that epilogue left off.

In this collection of short stories, you'll get to check in with all your Spring Valley favorites; Cindy Crawford, Kimmy Livengood and Dipstick, Dan, Spencer, Gio, heck, we even went and introduced a new character because why not?

Inspired by Christmas classics such as National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, we travel down to Florida to visit our bestie Carl. He's simply trying to enjoy his breakfast when he and his wife receive visitors. Shirley is also haunted by an unseen and incomprehensible threat.

We can't have a Christmas collection without our girl Kimmy. Look, every day is Kimmy's favorite day, but she super loves Christmas. She and her friends are out spreading joy when there's a mysterious disappearance. Will she and Dipstick be able to save Christmas? I don't know.

Detective Giovanni - yep, he got a well-earned promotion - is called to a grisly scene when a beloved town mascot goes missing. Who's the culprit? Is it the Peacock kid? You'll have to read to find out.

Kimmy in high school. Can you even imagine? With Ana Unsung, you won't have to.

And, finally, this collection includes an updated (and probably better) version of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas. That's right. Your girls who detest poetry went and wrote a poem.

So, do yourself (and us) a solid and click the link. A Spring Valley Christmas is only available digitally and will set you back a whole dollar.

#Newreleases #LynxLeRoux #Christmas


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