Maverick Christmas Surprise/The Right Reason to Marry/A Tale of Two Christmas Letters/The Soldier's Secret Son/The Rancher's Best Gift/It S

Maverick Christmas Surprise/The Right Reason to Marry/A Tale of Two Christmas Letters/The Soldier's Secret Son/The Rancher's Best Gift/It S

by Christine Rimmer, Stella Bagwell, Brenda Harlen, Cathy Gillen Thacker, Helen Lacey, Jo McNally

$21.99

Imprint: Mills & Boon Cherish

Release date: 2019-11-18

Pages: 1344 Pages

ISBN: 9781489298119

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Maverick Christmas Surprise - Brenda Harlen

Rancher Wilder Crawford is in no hurry to get married and start a family – until a four-month-old baby is left on his doorstep on Christmas day!

The Right Reason To Marry - Christine Rimmer

Unexpected fatherhood changes everything for charming bachelor Liam Bravo. He wants to marry Karin Killigan, the mother of his child. But Karin won’t settle for less than true lasting love.

A Tale Of Two Christmas Letters - Cathy Gillen Thacker

Rehab nurse Bess Monroe is mortified that she accidentally sent out two Christmas letters – one telling the world about her lonely life intead of the positive spin she wanted! And when Jack McCabe, widowed surgeon and father of three, sees the second one, he offers his friendship to get through the holidays. But their pact soon turns into something more...

The Soldier’s Secret Son - Helen Lacey

When Jake Culhane comes home to Cedar River, he doesn’t expect to reconnect with the woman he never forgot. Abby Perkins is still in love with the boy who broke her heart when he enlisted. This could be their first Christmas as a real family – if Abby can find the courage to tell Jake the truth.

The Rancher’s Best Gift - Stella Bagwell

Rancher Matthew Waggoner was planning to be in and out of Red Bluff as quickly as possible. But staying with his boss’s sister, Camille Hollister, proves to be more enticing than he thought. Will these two opposites be able to work through their differences and get the best Christmas gift?

It Started At Christmas... - Jo McNally

Despite lying on her resume, Amanda Lowery still manages to land a job designing Halcyon House for Blake Randall – and a place to stay over Christmas. Neither of them have had much to celebrate, but with Blake’s grieving nephew staying at Halcyon, they’re all hoping for some Christmas magic.

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Stella Bagwell

Stella Bagwell

The author of over seventy-five titles for Harlequin, Stella Bagwell writes about familes, the West, strong, silent men of honor and the women who love them. She credits her loyal readers and hopes her stories have brightened their lives in some small way. A cowgirl through and through, she recently learned how to rope a steer. Her days begin and end helping her husband on their south Texas ranch. In between she works on her next tale of love. Contact her at [email protected]
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Brenda Harlen

Brenda Harlen

Brenda Harlen is a multi-award winning author for Harlequin Special Edition who has written over 25 books for the company.
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Helen Lacey

Helen Lacey

Helen Lacey grew up reading Black Beauty, Anne of Green Gables and Little House on The Prairie. These childhood classics inspired her to write her first book when she was seven years old, a story about a girl and her horse. She continued to write with the dream of one day being a published author and writing for Harlequin Special Edition is the realization of that dream. She loves creating stories about cowboys and horses and heroine's who get their happily ever after.
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Jo McNally

Jo McNally

Jo McNally lives in coastal North Carolina with 100 pounds of dog and 200 pounds of husband – her slice of the bed is very small. When she's not writing or reading romance novels (or clinging to the edge of the bed...), she can often be found on the back porch sipping wine with friends, listening to great music. If the weather is absolutely perfect, she'll occasionally join her husband on the golf course, where she always feels far more competitive than her actual skill-level would suggest.
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