"Just Like the Ones We Used To Know" by Brenda Novak
Angela Forrester is determined her foster child will get the one thing she wants for Christmas: to meet her real father—even though he doesn't know he has a little girl.
"The Night Before Christmas" by Melinda Curtis
Simon Castle's on his way to a make-or-break meeting unseasonably scheduled for December 25—until the gorgeous redhead subbing for his limo driver takes him on a detour….
"All the Christmases To Come" by Anna Adams
Single dad Andrew Durham had resigned himself to losing Rachel Ford. After all, she wants more kids, and he doesn't. But the minute he finds out his second child is coming he goes after Rachel….
On the surface, Josh and Lydia Quincy have it all—a nice house, a baby on the way, work they both love. But one tragic act reveals cracks in their marriage that can't stay hidden.
While Lydia mends physically from an attack that ends her dream of family, neither she nor Josh is sure their marriage will recover. Hoping they can still make things work, the two go to Josh's hometown. A place where even more ghosts exist for Josh.
A husband and wife—physically together, but emotionally so very far apart. Can they find a way back to each other?
Zach Calvert has no memory of his last three years as a Navy pilot. And for the most part, he's resigned himself to that. He's content with his new life as the sheriff of his hometown, happy that his small daughter lives close by.
But everything changes when he discovers he has a five-year-old son and a lover he can't remember.
Her daughter is Molly Calvert. Once known as the wild Calvert, Molly has settled down to become a respected teacher at the little elementary school in Bardill's Ridge. Years ago, she put her family through too much, and she's not prepared to hurt them ever again. Which is why she has to ignore the feelings she's beginning to have for Sam—her mother's long-lost son.