Christmas Cards From the Edge

Christmas Cards From the Edge

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One wannabe dominatrix. A sexy Scotsman. Twenty-seven relatives. An ex-convict uncle on the lamb. A sheriff hot on his heels. A Christmas pageant decorated like a department store white sale. A Tony award-winning actor better known for his Heat-n-Eat Meat Pie ads. A town conspiring on Christmas Eve to keep Manhattan refugees from escaping back to the city.

What are three nice girls to do?

Play naughty!

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ISBN-13: 9780505526571
Publisher: Making It
Publication date: 10/04/2005
Pages: 354
Product dimensions: 4.34(w) x 6.82(h) x 0.99(d)

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harstan More than 1 year ago
¿Return to Sender¿ by Lisa Cache. In Seattle, Lauren introduces her visiting cousin Ian to her housemate Tessa. Though Tessa has Kevin, they hit off instantly, but in a few days his holiday will end and he will go back to Scotland. Will they have fond memories of loving and laughing together or will there be more in their future? ............... ¿The Single Girl¿s Guide to Christmas¿ by Jennifer Ashley. Angie is author of a Christmas guidebook for single women thathas made the extended lists. Now after a horrible TV appearance, she heads home to Sonoma, California for the holidays. There her past, present and future come together as her former lover Sean is also visiting and her desire for him remains magnetically strong. ............. ¿O Little Town of Kettlebean¿ by Naomi Neale. Newly promoted to Broadway stage manager and looking forward to her first show, Riley is stranded in Kettlebean, New York where she meets mechanic Leo and his eccentric family. The townsfolk are putting on a holiday pageant and would like Riley to help them, but she feels this is beneath her until Leo and an Angel persuade Scroogette otherwise............ These are three fine Yuletide chick lit novellas that fans of the sub-genre will appreciate as the lead couples are solid protagonists and the support cast bring out the Christmas spirit. Though no ¿edge¿, the contributions are warm and uplifting bringing a merry cheer to readers.......... Harriet Klausner