Bad Boy in Paris for a Sexy Christmas



It's that time of year again when things heat up. 
Think red-hot, flame thrower, blow torch romance!
If you adore a bad boy, then here's your chance to indulge a fantasy or two.
NFL baller tangles with a Texas wildcat in the city of love!


Brett Gold is a bad boy on and off the field... As in ripped in steel, panty-melting, and the type of man who doesn't let 4,000 miles get in his way! This NFL baller is about to break some records this holiday season. He aims to hook up with a Texas cutie and ends up with the lesson of a lifetime.  

Cory promised she'd be home for Christmas. When an IT glitch at work and a snowstorm has her MIA, it'll take a bad boy fiancĂ© to move heaven and Earth to go and get the girl. Sure, it's subzero in the city of love, but boy is Cory in for a very hot and naked awakening!    

When these lovers meet up, expect to see fireworks galore this Xmas! Plus, lots of laughs 'cause what happens in Paris doesn't stay there! 

The perfect red-hot romance to relax and enjoy with a cup of hot cocoa or a glass of wine.

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This Christmas, it's going to get hot-hot-hot in Paris! 
Cute and sexy holiday sports romance. 
Happy Holidays!
From Susan Arden





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So cool! Baking Mats

I'm thinking holidays. Christmas cookies but also FRUIT ROLL UPs! Yum!!


Photograph from paleogrubs.com

How easy is it to be good? A snap. For the kids or adults. This snack is a breeze.

Homemade Fruit Roll-Ups
From ourbestbites.com
Ingredients
  • 2 1/2 – 3 cups ripe or slightly over-ripe diced fruit
  • sweetener to taste: honey, sugar, agave, etc.
  • 2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
  • optional: seasonings, spices, extracts to taste

Instructions
Preheat oven to lowest temperature.  140° or higher.  Puree all ingredients in a food processor until smooth.  Pour onto a baking sheet lined with plastic wrap, or a silicone baking mat (don’t use foil, parchment, or waxed paper), and spread to 1/8″ thick.  Place in oven and bake for 6-8 hours, until center is not tacky anymore.  Remove from oven and peel off of baking sheet.  Cut into strips and roll in parchment or plastic.  Store in airtight container or freeze.
Tips:
-All fruits will produce slightly different results.  Strawberries and Raspberries are two of my favorites, that consistently produce good flavor and texture.  You might have to experiment to find what works well.  If you’re going to make a giant batch, you may want to test one first to make sure it works well.
– The addition of sugar or honey enhances the texture and makes the fruit roll ups a little more chewy than if you leave it out.
– If using plastic wrap, it will shrink a little as the fruit dries, so do leave a little extra around the edges.  A silicone baking mat works the absolute best in my opinion.

Where to get a silicone baking mat? FOLLOW ME. 

They're going for $24 and up around but more than affordable on Amazon. I ordered mine  plus I'm giving them as gifts.


AmazonBasics Silicone Baking Mat - 2 Pack



Price:$13.79 Free Shipping for Prime Members
Details from Amazon. Check them out. 

  • 2 non-stick silicone baking mats for easy and convenient baking
  • No need for oil, cooking sprays, or parchment paper
  • Oven-safe up to 480 degrees F
  • Fits half-sheet size pans; easy to clean
  • Each baking mat measures approximately 11.6x16.5 inches (LxW)




Check them out and see what you think.
Happy baking and happy holidays!

Instagramers
P.S. I'll be posting on Instagram when I get these lovelies. Fruit Roll Ups get real. 
Instagram ~ https://www.instagram.com/susanarden/

Note: photogaph from paleogrubs.com
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My recommendation for the holidays!

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