A Berry Merry Christmas

A Berry Merry Christmas

by Deborah Cooke, Claire Cross

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A mysterious nanny has a special message to deliver to a young orphan and her uncle who long to feel the joy of Christmas in their hearts again--but it's Drew and Natalie who make Holly's secret dream come true.

A Berry Merry Christmas is a holiday novella, a paranormal romance and a romantic comedy which was originally published under the pseudonym Claire Cross.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158789243
Publisher: Deborah A. Cooke
Publication date: 09/27/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 534,399
File size: 381 KB

About the Author

Bestselling and award-winning author Deborah Cooke has published over fifty novels and novellas, including historical romances, fantasy romances, fantasy novels with romantic elements, paranormal romances, contemporary romances, urban fantasy romances, time travel romances and paranormal young adult novels. She writes as herself, Deborah Cooke, as Claire Delacroix, and has written as Claire Cross. She is nationally bestselling as well as a USA Today and New York Times’ Bestselling Author. Her Claire Delacroix medieval romance, The Beauty, was her first book to land on the New York Times List of Bestselling Books.

Deborah was the writer-in-residence at the Toronto Public Library in 2009, the first time TPL hosted a residency focused on the romance genre, and she was honored to receive the Romance Writers of America PRO Mentor of the Year Award in 2012. She is on the RWA Honor Roll.

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A Berry Merry Christmas 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Robindpdx More than 1 year ago
This was a sweet, heart-warming novella. A nanny comes into the lives of Drew and Natalie, and Christmas returns to their hearts. I enjoyed this story and would recommend it to others.
NanatoAS More than 1 year ago
This charming novella blends the whimsy of Holly, an accident prone elf ("the tragic doll-with-three eyes incident" really made me chuckle) with a truly heartwarming tale of Drew Sinclair, a bachelor doing his level best to be both father and mother to his orphaned niece. Holly is sent to become Natalie's Nanny by Mr. C. himself so that Natalie can get her Christmas wish—a new Mommy. As usual, Holly misunderstands the mission, which leads to some uncomfortable moments. This is a side of Ms. Cross/Ms. Cooke's writing that I hadn't experienced before and I really enjoyed the writing style. I highly recommend this book for a fun, quick read. A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest opinion.
Sandy-thereadingcafe More than 1 year ago
A BERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS by Deborah Cooke is a stand alone, contemporary, adult, paranormal romance story line focusing on one of Santa’s elves Holly Berry, and single father/uncle Drew. Told from dual third person perspectives (Holly and Drew) A BERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS follows Holly Berry, one of Santa’s favourite elves as she embarks on an assignment to grant little Natalie Sinclair her Christmas wish. Two years earlier, Natalie was orphaned when a Christmas house fire killed her parents, leaving her in the guardianship of her uncle Drew. Fast forward to present day wherein Natalie asks Santa for a new mommy, and Mr. and Mrs. Claus think Holly is right for the job. What ensues is the building relationship between Holly, Natalie and Drew, and the potential fall-out as Holly is determined to find the right woman for Drew Sinclair, all the while falling for the man in question. A BERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS is a quick and easy read; a sweet and charming tale about a naïve and electronically cursed woman who sets about to ensure the perfect Christmas for Natalie and Drew. Christmas brings back too many memories of the past, of the fire that killed Drew’s brother, so our hero is desperate to protect the niece whom he loves, or is he trying to protect his own shattered heart? Deborah Cooke pulls the reader into an ‘ELF’™-esque story wherein a naïve and child-like Holly Berry is thrown into the world of humans, a world of which she knows nothing about. The premise is cheerful and festive; the characters are colorful and delightful.