There's Something About Christmas/Holly and Mistletoe/Just Like the Ones We Used To Know

There's Something About Christmas/Holly and Mistletoe/Just Like the Ones We Used To Know

by Debbie Macomber, Brenda Novak, Susan Mallery

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Imprint: Mills & Boon Special Release

Release date: 2020-12-02

ISBN: 9781867221623

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There’s Something About Christmas - Debbie Macomber

Emma Collins has always believed that the world is divided into two kinds of people: those who love fruitcake and those who don’t. She’s firmly in the second category, so it’s ironic that her first major assignment for the Puyallup, Washington, Examiner is a series of articles about…fruitcake. At least it’s a step up from writing obituaries.

Her task is to interview the finalists in a fruitcake recipe contest, and that means traveling around the state. Actually…flying around the state. Local pilot Oliver Hamilton, who’s starting an airfreight business, has agreed to take her wherever she needs to go, in exchange for free advertising. Unfortunately Emma hates small planes — almost as much as she hates fruitcake.

But in the weeks leading up to Christmas, Emma discovers Oliver is not quite the Scrooge he sometimes seems. It all reminds her that there’s something about Christmas. Something special…

Holly And Mistletoe - Susan Mallery

When firefighter Jordan Haynes rescues Holly Garrett’s mischievous cat, Mistletoe, from her burning apartment, he winds up in the hospital. Holly, a shy, innocent 28-year-old, feels so bad about Jordan’s injuries that she stops by his hospital bed and begins visiting him at home, as well. Soon she’s not only preparing his evening meals but also giving him sponge baths, and she definitely isn’t prepared for the sexy glances Jordan throws her way or the feelings that he awakens in her.

Jordan knows that Holly is awkward and inexperienced, but there’s something so bewitching about her, and he just can’t let her be alone for Christmas. No, he can play the needy patient for as long as it takes to convince Holly to keep him company through the holidays — if not longer.

Just Like The Ones We Used To Know - Brenda Novak

Angela Forrester’s foster child Kayla has just one wish for Christmas…to meet her real dad. Angela is determined to ensure Kayla gets her wish, even though Matt Jackson has no idea he has a child at all. When Angela meets Matt, she doesn’t have a chance to tell him about his little girl before sparks instantly fly between them, complicating matters. Will he turn tail and run when he learns the truth, or will he be the man and father they always dreamed of?

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Debbie Macomber

Debbie Macomber

Debbie Macomber is a No.1 New York Times bestselling author and a leading voice in women's fiction worldwide. Her work has appeared on every major bestseller list, with more than 200 million copies in print, and she is a multiple award winner. The Hallmark Channel based a television series on Debbie's popular Cedar Cove books. For more information, visit her website, www.debbiemacomber.com.
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Brenda Novak

Brenda Novak

New York Times bestselling author Brenda Novak has written over 60 novels. An eight-time Rita nominee, she's won The National Reader's Choice, The Bookseller's Best and other awards. She runs Brenda Novak for the Cure, a charity that has raised more than $2.5 million for diabetes research (her youngest son has this disease). She considers herself lucky to be a mother of five and married to the love of her life. www.brendanovak.com
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Susan Mallery

Susan Mallery

No.1 New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery writes heartwarming, humorous novels about the relationships that define our lives - family, friendship, romance. She's known for putting nuanced characters in emotional situations that surprise readers to laughter. Beloved by millions, her books have been translated into 28 languages. Susan lives in Washington with her husband, two cats, and a small poodle with delusions of grandeur.
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