The Christmas Concierge by Beth Kendrick
Christmas concierge Holiday Smith, known as “the Wish Granter,” procures impossible-to-find gifts for her elite clients. When Holiday agrees to set up her favorite client’s granddaughter on a blind date with the famously private Alex Sappier, Holiday will need to pull out all the stops if she’s going to make it home in time for Christmas. As Holiday teams up with the right man at the wrong time, can she find a way to make her own wish for love come true this Christmas?
Home Sweet Christmas by Charlee James
When big-city pastry chef Kayla Hunter returns home to help with Hollybrook’s Christmas Eve Spectacular, she’s disappointed to learn that her grandparents are selling The Candy Manor, a charming Victorian mansion that housed them and their chocolate business. They’ve also left her in charge of holiday preparations with Dominick Rowe, Hollybrook’s distractingly-handsome new lawyer. But Kayla’s grandparents have a plan up their sleeves—have they stirred up too much trouble this time, or will Kayla and Dominick’s opposing hearts melt with holiday magic?
A Santa Fe Christmas by Cecelia Guzman
Evie Hernandez gave up her dream job to help with Mama Irene’s, the family business. Balancing her modernization plans while respecting generations of traditions isn’t easy, especially with her nosy, loving family offering unsolicited advice. That’s never more true than when she meets Alex Ortiz, who’s in Santa Fe to do business with Mama Irene’s. But Alex has a deadline to keep and a business to get back to—plus, Evie will hate him when she learns why he’s really there. Can the magic of a Santa Fe Christmas help these two find their way?
Love on the Winter Steppes by Paris Wynters
When workaholic marketing consultant Qara Whitaker’s grandmother asks that she accompany her on a birthday trip to Mongolia to visit their family, Qara can’t say no. A chance meeting with Benjamin Lacoy, an author looking for inspiration, leads to them playing tourists. Sparks fly and Ben is feeling far more than inspiration, yet each time he and Qara get close, she’s distracted by work. Opposites clearly attract, but can they learn to balance work with love in order to build a future together?