By Maggie Shayne
A magical paranormal romance assortment celebrating the spirit of the vacations from 4 bestselling authors.
It’s the time of 12 months while goals come real, miracles ensue each day, and love is the best present of all. the vacations regularly appear to convey out the easiest in every person, with heartfelt hugs for long-missed pals, honest smiles within the spirit of the season, and a sense of magic within the air…
This scintillating number of paranormal romances celebrates the vacations as by no means ahead of. From a shape-shifting leopardess who desires a pack-mate to be her soulmate to a shock storm from snow that brings a major present, those 4 stories by way of Nalini Singh, Maggie Shayne, Erin McCarthy and Jean Johnson will stir your spirit in all of the correct places.
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Hell. He lifted his eyebrows as he licked his luscious lips. ” He shrugged and sipped some more. “I buy lots of old houses like this one. They usually sell for exceptionally low prices, ’cause they don’t look like much. ” She blinked. “Double? ” She frowned, looking around at the house as she enjoyed her cocoa. ” “It’s pretty much the same with every house. You slap on fresh Sheetrock, a couple of coats of paint, put some kind of flooring down, whatever looks good and costs least. Replace any windows and doors that need it.
Or a Christmas special on TV. ” Sheila took a rumpled tissue from her pocket and blew her nose softly, shaking her head. Holly nodded hard. “She shorted out the house last year when she added that full-sized sleigh and reindeer to the roof. Remember? Santa waved and the reins lit up and the bells jingled and the reindeer moved? But only for about a minute and a half. ” “I remember how mad your dad pretended to be when he had to hire an electrician to put the lights on their own separate breaker.
She wasn’t sure. ” There was a roar, and then a horn. She didn’t jump this time, just turned slowly to look toward the road where that same black sports car had returned, and sat there, growling like an agitated panther. Its tinted window slid slowly down, and she saw a man’s face, hidden behind dark sunglasses. Something wafted from him—a feeling—almost like a breeze filled with tiny electric sparks. She lifted her brows. ” she asked He frowned, glanced at her car, and then back at her. “Yeah, sorry about that.