Overview


Some old acquaintances are never forgot

Miranda James is back in the tiny prairie town of Chatsworth, Saskatchewan, to work on a video biography of reclusive writer Warren Addison. While she's there, she hopes to help her best friend, Chad English, whose wife has kicked him out of the house. But his wife has always been jealous of Chad's relationship with Miranda, so maybe her presence won't really improve the situation. More important, is ...

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Together by Christmas

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Overview


Some old acquaintances are never forgot

Miranda James is back in the tiny prairie town of Chatsworth, Saskatchewan, to work on a video biography of reclusive writer Warren Addison. While she's there, she hopes to help her best friend, Chad English, whose wife has kicked him out of the house. But his wife has always been jealous of Chad's relationship with Miranda, so maybe her presence won't really improve the situation. More important, is fixing their marriage what Miranda really wants?

Warren Addison went to school with Miranda and Chad. He knows about Miranda's feelings for her best friend. But Warren has his own ideas about what's best for this woman. He hopes he can convince her before Christmas, before a family is torn apart—and before his heart is broken again.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459240605
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 4/16/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 1,312,172
  • File size: 355 KB

Meet the Author


CJ Carmichael gave up the glamour of income tax forms and double-entry bookkeeping when she sold her first book in 1998. She has now written 30 novels for Harlequin. Besides winning the Aspen Gold award for romantic suspense, she has been nominated for RWA’s Rita award, Romantic Time’s Career Achievement award for romantic suspense and The Bookseller’s Best award. CJ lives in Calgary, Alberta with her partner Mike, and the family cat, Penny.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    wonderful Yuletide romantic spin

    Video biographer Miranda James heads to her hometown in hope of obtaining an interview from reclusive author Warren Addison, someone she went to high school with. Trying to meet Warren reminds Miranda of her dreams of Chad English, a person she had a crush on back in school. Because he wants time with Miranda who he loved as a teen, Warren, breaking his strict rules of media avoidance, agrees to be interviewed by her. However, as he falls in love with the biographer, he remains disappointed that Miranda does not to see how much he cherishes his old schoolmate because she still pines for Chad, separated from his wife. The key to C. J. Carmichael¿s warm romance, TOGETHER BY CHRISTMAS, is the complex Miranda, a person with a great deal of professional success and acclaim, and an outer beauty who still feels all alone and insecure, mindful in a sense of Richard Cory (before the bullet). Though the rest of the cast, especially Chad, pale next to Miranda, her struggles with the awareness of loving someone else, s her fanciful dreams along with her obvious flaws make her seem human with foibles. She turns Ms. Carmichael¿s tale into a wonderful Yuletide romantic spin. Harriet Klausner

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