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Mistletoe and mischief are this season's hottest gifts. . .

Santa in a Kilt
USA Today bestselling author Donna Kauffman

The wind-whipped December sands of the isle of Kinloch invigorate Kira MacLeod as she sets out to tame rugged Shay Callaghan, a Scottish bachelor as wary of a wedding ring as a snowman is of the hot sun.

Blue Christmas
New York Times bestselling author Erin McCarthy

While a blizzard blankets the world outside, Blue Farrow burrows into the arms of her highway hunk at the No Tell Motel. Nice and oh-so-naughty, Blue and her man open up to each other as they keep the Yule log burning.

Snow Angel
National bestselling author Kate Angell

Snowed under in Chicago, free spirit Allie is trapped in Dutton's department store on Christmas Eve when the lights go off and our snow angel finds herself face to face with a dashing retail heir and her host for a night of winter wonder. . .
ISBN: 9780758251336
Characteristics: 312 pages ;,21 cm.


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Sep 27, 2011

This Donna Kauffman story completes the "Hot Scot" trilogy featuring the McAuley brothers.


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Jan 17, 2012

A Christmas anthology showcasing subpar material.

Erin McCarthy has a knack for creating annoying female heroines while irresistable heroes. Blue hates Christmas while Christian loves Christmas, so of course the two fall in love.

Donna Kauffman is getting lazy in her writing and instead of meshing out characters and their relationships she fills the pages with pointless dialogue. The main characters have to talk ad nauseam before anything happens.

Kate Angell has two lovers reunite 3 years later by trapping them in a department store. This is not only the best story in the book, it's a good story. Allie and Aiden are both likable and you'll root for them to find their happy ending.

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