Mistletoe at Midnight [NOOK Book]

Overview


Owen McKenzie has traveled to Vermont to spend an old-fashioned Christmas with his family when he finds himself staying at the same inn as his first love. Owen is disconcerted to realize he's still attracted to Caleb Black but refuses to pursue him. Caleb left him once, and Owen's not going down that road again.

Caleb is ready for a second chance with Owen and gets it when fate and the matchmaking McKenzies conspire to strand the two men in a rustic cabin during a snowstorm on ...

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Overview


Owen McKenzie has traveled to Vermont to spend an old-fashioned Christmas with his family when he finds himself staying at the same inn as his first love. Owen is disconcerted to realize he's still attracted to Caleb Black but refuses to pursue him. Caleb left him once, and Owen's not going down that road again.

Caleb is ready for a second chance with Owen and gets it when fate and the matchmaking McKenzies conspire to strand the two men in a rustic cabin during a snowstorm on Christmas Eve. Can Caleb convince Owen to rekindle their romance so they can stop spending their holidays apart?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426890932
  • Publisher: Carina Press
  • Publication date: 12/6/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 210,489
  • File size: 228 KB

Meet the Author

LB (Lisabea) Gregg began writing in the spring of 2008 at the encouragement of friends and family. She never once looked back (although occasionally she looked down and tripped over her own feet). 2009 saw the publication of her bestselling Men of Smithfield books; 2010 she introduced her hilarious new series, Romano & Albright.



LB is passionate about travel, wine, skiing, visiting friends, reading, writing and all things New England. She's rafted the Pacuare, sailed the British Virgin Islands, zip-lined the jungle canopy, backpacked Europe, and most impressively—she's wrangled three rascally children for over twenty years. She hates to cook; she loves to eat, and she enjoys container gardening. LB Gregg is obsessed with a certain German soap opera.



Lisabea lives somewhere in the Connecticut hills with two lazy dogs, three above-average children and a smoking-hot husband who, thank the good Lord, loves to cook.


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  • Posted February 6, 2011

    MATCHMAKING MOM WOULD BE DEAD!!!

    I loved this book!

    Matchmaking mom would be fed to the wolves if she pulled her crap in real life and it works wonderfully in this story...

    The characters are well thought out...
    The plot line is in depth and well conceived...
    The story is well written....

    I cackled throughout the book...

    BUY BUY BUY and spend an evening by the fireplace...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2014

    Great read

    Sweet characters and a sweet story. A good read is not always just for Christmas but this one certainly fits that time of year.

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