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Breakfast With Santa [NOOK Book]

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St. Nick Says He Can't Deliver. But The Ex-Marine In The Santa Suit Just Might!

Money is tight for single mom Beth McCormick, so she compensates for what she can't give five-year-old Mitchell materially in other—but maybe not so wise—ways. Like never telling the child no.

Tom Collyer can see that Beth's son is more than a little spoiled. Not only does Mitchell demand that Tom, the town's new Santa, deliver a ...

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Breakfast With Santa

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St. Nick Says He Can't Deliver. But The Ex-Marine In The Santa Suit Just Might!

Money is tight for single mom Beth McCormick, so she compensates for what she can't give five-year-old Mitchell materially in other—but maybe not so wise—ways. Like never telling the child no.

Tom Collyer can see that Beth's son is more than a little spoiled. Not only does Mitchell demand that Tom, the town's new Santa, deliver a live-in daddy for Christmas, he manages to land Tom in the emergency room in the process.

After meeting gorgeous Beth, this kindhearted ex-marine is sure going to try to deliver the little boy's wish. But Beth is happy with the status quo. Tom's got his work cut out for him showing Beth that she needs to begin saying no to her son more often and yes to him!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460369548
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 2/15/2013
  • Series: Fatherhood , #1091
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 1,058,366
  • File size: 1,009 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fine contemporary relationship drama

    Former marine Tom Colyer agrees to come as Santa to the annual pancake breakfast. Dressed as one of his helper elves, is beautiful divorcee Beth McCormick, the mother of the spoiled demanding five years old Mitchell. The kid orders Santa to bring him a live-n daddy by Christmas Eve. Interior decorator Beth refuses to apologize about how she raises her son as she has no money to buy him any of the ¿luxuries¿ that other children receive. --- Tom begins dating Beth in spite of her son whom he sees as an enemy combatant.. As they fall in love, he wonders if there is room for him in her life as her child and her business take up much of her time she learns he hid a secret from her that makes her question whether he can be trusted. It will take all of Santa¿s skills to meet Mitchell¿s demand of a live-in father as the prime target and his mother may be in love, but lack faith in the other. --- BREAKFAST WITH SANTA is a fine contemporary relationship drama with the defining element being not how the lead couple feel and behave towards each other, but how each adult relates to her ¿bratty¿ son. Thus the romance takes a back seat to the interactivity between the threesome as Mitchell is clearly spoiled though all he really wants is a loving father for him and a spouse for his mom. Beth feels she must compensate for her inability to give her child material things. That mother son duo wreck havoc on the newcomer trying to convert them into a threesome. --- Harriet Klausner

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