A Christmas Proposition

A Christmas Proposition

by Jessica Lemmon

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781335971920
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 12/04/2018
Series: Dallas Billionaires Club , #3
Edition description: Original
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 255,514
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.60(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

A former job-hopper, Jessica Lemmon resides in Ohio with her husband and rescue dog. When she’s not writing super-sexy heroes, she can be found cooking, drawing, drinking coffee (okay, wine), and eating potato chips. She firmly believes God gifts us with talents for a purpose, and with His help, you can create the life you want. Learn more about her books at jessicalemmon.com.

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A Christmas Proposition 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
EileenAW 10 days ago
I absolutely enjoyed Stefanie and Emmet’s story in A Christmas Proposition by Jessica Lemmon, book three in her Dallas Billionaires Club series. Stefanie Ferguson usually acts without thinking of the consequences. Once again she finds herself embroiled in a scandal, one. Based on an off-handed comment, she decides getting married could be the answer to this dilemma; once more, not thinking things through. Emmett Keaton, her brother’s best friend and body guard, reluctantly agrees to help her, entering into what is supposed to be a temporary marriage. A secret Christmas Day wedding might just change the dynamics for the relationship Stefanie and Emmett have with her family, and each other. I loved Emmett; his strength, understanding and feelings for Stefanie. Stefanie was harder to like when it appeared she was a selfish, thoughtless, socialite. As the story progressed I was able to see another facet, the generous and compassionate Stefanie who really cared about her family and her reputation. Ms. Lemmon wrote a wonderful and emotional story that is not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with sexual chemistry, amusing banter, and endearing characters giving Stefanie and Emmett a chance at having a real marriage. I highly recommend A Christmas Proposition to other readers.
LynnB888 17 days ago
4 1/2 STARS! Fast paced, attention grabbing and decadently yummy! You'll recognize the heroine as the younger sister of Chase and Zach Ferguson who we've met in the earlier books in the Dallas Billionaires Club series, and this book is just as juicy as they were! Lots of steam, witty banter galore, and a whole lot of fun to read! Stefanie Ferguson is tired of being the problem child. It seems being the youngest in a successful family leaves the door wide open for childish mistakes you never seem to be able to live down. When she sees another about to happen, she'll stop at nothing to attempt to not let it ruin her brother's political career ... even proposing a marriage of convenience! Emmett Keaton grew up with Stefanie as her brother's best friend, so he knows her and her jump before you think nature quite well. He'll marry her, but if she thinks it's going to be hands off, she's got another think coming!
Anonymous 3 months ago
Easy enjoyable read.
mamalovestoread22 4 months ago
Stefanie Ferguson has found herself in a bit of a bind, she has an despicable ex that is waiting in the wings ready to pounce at any moment, and she wants nothing to do him. He of course is up to something that could put a wrench in her brothers political career, and she has the perfect plan to send him packing once and for all. It requires a man on bended knee, with ring in hand and a walk down the aisle on the very near horizon... but there is just one tiny issue, there is no willing man in the picture. Or is there? Nothing says steamy read ahead like a forbidden romance, within minutes of meeting these two it was evident that they had a connection, even if it wasn't glaringly obvious to them. But in the confines of a car, on a lengthy road trip they began to appreciate the finer things about one another, that may have been dismissed before. Then an idea starts to take shape, sparks start simmering, and then all of a sudden things take a serious turn and Emmett and Stefanie are setting flames to the pages! And I was reaching for the nearest fan, and getting all dreamy eyed... and saying silent "thank-you's" to Ms. Lemmon for her perfectly crafted characters and their unforgettable story! Loved this one so much!! Highly recommend you get your hands on this one, it's so good! I requested an advanced copy of this title from NetGalley, and I am voluntarily leaving my honest opinion.
chrismom 4 months ago
A Christmas Proposition Jessica Lemmon Stefanie Ferguson needed a husband and fast. One mistake with her brother’s rival ruined her reputation and just might end her brother’s mayoral career. The solution, get married. A marriage of convenience until her brother was reelected. Who could she trust with this secret? Stefanie proposes to Emmett Keaton, head of her brother’s security and his best friend. Emmett has never told anyone but Chase, Stefanie’s brother about his past growing up in poverty after the death of his mother and baby brother. In order to protect Stefanie from any other problems, he agrees to marry her even though they come from two different worlds. As their “relationship” continues, Stefanie realizes that she is falling in love with Emmett and she does everything she can to convince him that he is worthy of her love. Stefanie is not the princess her family thinks she is. She does a great deal of charitable work including feeding families less fortunate than she is. Emmett was once one of those families and has a hard time letting go. This story got to me. I felt bad for the little boy Emmett was. After his mother and baby brother died, he was basically raising himself because his father couldn’t deal with their deaths. As a result, Emmett didn’t believe he was ever “good enough.” Through Stefanie’s love, he begins to believe. This was a great Christmas story where love does conquer all.