“If you like J.R. Ward and Laurrell K. Hamilton give this book a look. It has a little bit of everything. Trim and Julka go from sexy vampires and shape shifters to deadly demons and fae, along with butt kicking sexy psychic heroines.” ~Paranormally Yours.
When she finds out who’s in the bright red suit, will she forgive me?
Liv Sanders is everything I’m not. Sweet. Kind. Beautiful inside and out. After six years photographing war zones, I’m empty inside. And now they want to put me in a red suit and a white beard???
I’m the world’s worst department store Santa, but I stick with it because of her. As my chief elf, Liv is amazing, dealing with crying children and stressed-out parents while still managing to look hot as hell in her green tunic and red tights.
We work well together, but she doesn’t know I’m the man who broke her heart all those years ago. Winning her back would take a true Christmas miracle.
Luckily, this Santa’s known for being naughty, not nice. I’ve still got a few tricks up my big, red sleeves.
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Hanna Cohen threw more than caution to the wind on the day she applied to work for the hottest man she’s ever known.
Indeed, Bruce Nelson’s looks and body could melt iron—and have succeeded in melting her bones to jelly. But he’s never noticed her before, so what harm could there be in working closely with an unrequited crush?
Sure, he was once her brother’s friend from the wrong side of the tracks. All grown up now, he’s the handsome, powerful and wealthy part owner of an upscale auction house.
And he’s her boss for the next two months.
And now, Hannah’s realizing her folly. Because her obsession with his commanding good looks and sexy-as-sin mouth is threatening to tank her career aspirations.
Most especially when he finally turns his full attention on her and refuses to relent.
Can Christmas magic help her hear the music again?
Melody Murphy shared her love of music with her father, but after tragically loosing him on Christmas Eve two years ago, she no longer has any interest in music or Christmas. She returns to her hometown of Charles Town, West Virginia, to help her mother save the family antique business, content to stay focused on her work.
However, when a chance encounter with an adorable five-year-old leads her to befriend an attractive single dad, Melody begins to realize she’s been putting her life on hold, something her father would’ve never wished for her.
Will she learn to hear the song in the falling snow again?