Cross Country Christmas
Cross Country Christmas

Cross Country Christmas

by Emily Leigh

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Overview

Desperate to be home for the holidays...
Gracie Proctor has one goal this Christmas: leave Atlanta, her dead-end life, and her cheating ex-boyfriend far behind. But a massive ice storm leaves her with only one option: a three-day road trip with a mysterious and deliciously hot country music star.

One chance to make it right...
Kale Sims left his band, his bus, and his tour far behind the moment he got the call. He's headed for Montana and the little boy that needs him now more than anything. Convincing Gracie to allow him to ride along is the easy part. The hard part? Resisting her entirely kissable mouth and sassy charms.

Three days at Christmas-time...
As the miles drift away, Gracie and Kale's attraction melts the walls between them. They both know it's temporary. They both know it's crazy to fall in love in just three days. And maybe this Christmas Gracie and Kale will make love last a lifetime.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158742569
Publisher: Emily Leigh
Publication date: 11/04/2017
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 526,456
File size: 104 KB

About the Author

Emily Leigh has been an author since before authors were cool. By day, she dons office gear but by night she rescues cheese sticks from couches, wrangles cranky children, whips up amazing dinners (from the dollar menu) and writes toe-curling, delicious romance. Keeping her company are her two feline sidekicks and the many crazy voices in her head.

Emily’s Note: I’m not the author of this bio although every word is true. The write-up is compliments of my fellow Hale Street authors and partners in crime, Natasha and Amy. To clarify, yes, I have in fact pulled a cheese stick from the couch – more than once. I do wrangle children, two of them, and sometimes they aren’t cranky. My two cats, Captain America and Thor are possibly the most high-maintenance felines ever but they’re so dang cute. And all of this is made possible with a loving, totally put-upon husband who tolerates the voices in my head. I do have an office job but I prefer the aforementioned couch and a good book. Oh, and yes, I can cook but take-out is so much better!

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