"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….
New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Brenda Novak has penned over 45 novels. A two-time Rita nominee, she's won The National Reader's Choice, The Bookseller's Best, The Bookbuyer's Best and many other awards. She runs an annual online auction for diabetes research every May at www.brendanovak.com. To date, she’s raised over $2 million. Brenda considers herself lucky to be a mother of five and married to the love of her life.
Melinda grew up on an isolated sheep ranch, where mountain lions had been seen and yet she roamed unaccompanied. Being a rather optimistic, clueless of danger, sort she took to playing "what if" games that led her to become an author. She spends days trying to figure out new ways to say "He made her heart pound." That might sound boring, but the challenge keeps her mentall ahead of her 3 kids and college sweetheart husband.
Anna Adams wrote her first romance in wet sand. The Atlantic Ocean washed it away, but Anna kept going. Her stories are of love, like the proverbial stone in a lake, making ripples that spread and contract and involve. From Iceland to Hawaii, and points in between, Anna and her own hero share with children and family and friends who’ve become family. All this living and loving gives Anna plenty of fodder for stories of love set in real life. Come along and live them with her!
Kate Winthrop's sizable inheritance was stolen by her ex-husband. So she does what any wronged woman would—she gets even. When she breaks in to his empty house, she stumbles onto a large sum of her money. She takes it and boards a boat destined for the Caribbean. All Kate wants is a place to hide. She doesn't expect the other passengers to become friends, and she certainly doesn't expect to fall in love with the ship's captain, Cole Hunter.
Although Cole seems to return her feelings, he has a tough time trusting, since he's also been betrayed by an ex. But secrets can be hard to hide, and they could ruin everything between Cole and Kate.
Returning to Cypress Landing brings back the best—and worst—moments of Cade Wheeler's life. Because the bayou was where he'd first tasted the sweetness of love and the bitterness of loss….
She was born to be wild…
Ten years ago Brijette Dupre had been a pregnant backwoods girl who felt her only choice was to accept the Wheelers' money—to leave Cade alone. She couldn't know his family had lied to them both….
Now Cade's back. Considering their past relationship and current attraction, working with him is hard enough. Add to the mix his unknown daughter—the daughter Brijette had kept despite the Wheelers' demands—and it becomes close to impossible.