Jingle Bell Babies (Holiday Brides Series, Book 6)

Jingle Bell Babies (Holiday Brides Series, Book 6)

by Ginny Baird

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Jingle Bell Babies (Holiday Brides Series, Book 6) by Ginny Baird

*~* New in 2017*~*
A Holiday Brides Series Bonus Book

Jingle Bell Babies
(Holiday Brides Book 6)
A bachelor finds a pair of twins on his doorstep on Christmas morning then is even more stunned to learn from a pretty social worker that the baby girls, Mary and Bryte, have him listed on county paperwork as their father. A sweet and poignant tale about accepting the gifts of the season.

HOLIDAY BRIDES SERIES
The Christmas Catch (Book 1)
The Holiday Bride (Book 2)
Mistletoe in Maine (Book 3)
Beach Blanket Santa (Book 4)
Baby, Be Mine (Book 5)
Jingle Bell Babies (Book 6)

JINGLE BELL BABIES
Christmas Day delivers
Santa's sweetest surprise!

Emergency room physician Mark Holiday thinks he's seen just about everything life can deliver. That is, until twin baby girls land on his doorstep on Christmas morning. At a loss to explain where these babies came from, Mark's even more perplexed to learn from a pretty social worker that county paperwork lists him as Mary and Bryte's dad. Though he long ago gave up believing in Santa, Mark can't shake the niggling feeling that Old Saint Nick had something to do with this special delivery. Especially since it leads Mark to meeting the woman of his dreams.

Feisty social worker Natalie Church is sick to death of deadbeat dads. She certainly can't believe a guy would deny his own kids at Christmas! But the more Natalie gets to know Mark Holiday, the more she starts to wonder if his story is for real. When the pair becomes stuck at Mark's house during a blustery snowstorm, Natalie and Mark are forced to work together to care for the twins, while trying to solve the mystery of their unexpected arrival. As the holidays unfold, new facts emerge--exposing Mark and Natalie's minds to new possibilities. Will the magic of the season help them open up their hearts as well?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158767197
Publisher: Winter Wedding Press
Publication date: 12/12/2017
Series: Holiday Brides Series , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 525,895
File size: 870 KB

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Jingle Bell Babies (Holiday Brides Series, Book 6) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
NicoS More than 1 year ago
Dr. Mark Holiday is taking time off this Christmas for the first time in years. He’s looking forward to just having a nice, quiet holiday. Little does he know that his plans are about to change when a stranger drops off a set of infant twins on his doorstep! Not knowing where they came from or whose they are, he calls the appropriate authorities. And this is how he meets the stunning social worker, Natalie Church. Even though things get off to a bit of a rough start, Natalie and Mark ending up having a Christmas they’ll never forget! This was a super cute story that’s perfect to read during the holidays. It’s short, so it won’t take long to finish. It’s light-hearted and fun and I loved that it had an Epilogue to round things out nicely. For the most part, I really liked the characters. Mark was great and the twins were adorable and they were the perfect combination. This was just the story to put me in the holiday mood! I highly recommend it! (I received a complimentary ARC. However, I volunteered to write a review. All of the above opinions are entirely my own.)
LizD1 More than 1 year ago
Jingle Bell Babies ( Holiday Brides-Book 6 ) By: Ginny Baird Jingle Bell Babies is book six in Holiday Brides series. Even though this is in a series it can be read as a stand-a-lone without any problems. I absolutely loved this story. An enjoyable read anytime of the year. Ms. Baird had me hooked right at the start . I did not want to put it down. Twin baby girls left on the doorstep Christmas morning of an ER Doctor that is spending vacation at home. A pretty social worker called in and she already has an opinion of the doctor. There is a snow storm and the two are thrown together with the twin girls. Why would someone leave babies on a single doctor’s doorsteps? This is a fun, sweet, romance story. Love the real like characters. I highly recommend this sweet romance , Jingle Bell Babies, by Ginny Baird. I was given a complimentary copy of this book, but was not told that I had to give a positive review.
Guitarmomma19 More than 1 year ago
I thought this was just the sweetest Christmas story!! Dr. Mark Holiday finds twins on his doorstep and has no idea why. Natalie is a child services worker helping to find out what's going on. When a blizzard strands the two of them together with the babies, Christmas magic happens. They fins themselves attracted to one another. And he is so good with the babies she doesn't see how he can't be their father. With the mystery of their parentage on the back burner until the storm is over, they seem to grow closer. And she believes him. That they couldn't possibly be his children. But things aren't always as they appear and when the truth comes out can they overcome the findings or will they be too much to bear? Loved this sweet and short holiday story!
DMGP More than 1 year ago
Mark Holiday is looking forward to a quiet Christmas, especially since he seldom takes vacation time from his busy work schedule as an ER doctor. However, his plans are derailed when he opens his front door to discover twin baby girls on his doorstep. Confused and concerned for their welfare, he calls the police. Yet, the next time he opens the door, it's to greet CPS social worker Natalie Church who reveals that his name is on the birth certificate and accuses him of being a deadbeat dad! Natalie thinks she's seen it all and is convinced that Mark is just like all the rest of the fathers who refuse to take responsibility. However, when her policeman friend convinces her to stay with Mark due to a blizzard, she realizes that she may have been wrong in her assumptions. But, what will the paternity test reveal? What follows is a sweet story about family and focusing on the qualities that make a good family. The format and storytelling are similar to the author's Christmas Town series. So, if you liked those, you'll like this one as well. Also, be aware that the time line is rather short - only about a week, but it's more believable by the amount of time they've spent together. The real incentive to read this book is that it is relaxing and you feel good when it's over. Romance - barely PG - a few kisses is all Language - clean / nothing offensive My rating - 5 stars
sbart84 More than 1 year ago
Loved this story, melted my heart. Brought back the true meaning of Christmas. Dr Mark Holiday was planning the perfect holiday vacation, some down time at home relaxing. Everything changed when he found a twin three month old girls on his his porch on Christmas morning. Now to only find out that his name is on their birth certificate from social worker, Natalie Church. Throw in a snow storm and a cute single social worker, makes for a sweet holiday romance. I highly recommend this story for the busy holiday season.
ReadYourWrites More than 1 year ago
No one does sweet Christmas romances like Ginny Baird. I wanted to read Jingle Bell Babies because I love when a couple is forced to be together alone due to a snowstorm or other bad weather. Throw in having to take care of 3 month old twins and this is a recipe for a story that could melt my heart. Jingle Bell Babies definitely melted my heart and left me smiling. Natalie Church and Mark Holiday are two people who have been done wrong by the ones they've loved romantically, but they still believe in love and hope to find it one day. They just never expected to find love on Christmas Day and to be brought together by twins left abandoned. I was pleasantly surprised that Ginny Baird has taken a story that could have been completely predictable but instead takes readers on a magical journey. She’s thrown in little surprises, but has also added in tearjerker moments. Christmastime is a time for love, hope, and miracles; all of which can be found in Jingle Bell Babies. It should be noted that while this is the sixth book in the series, it is easily a standalone read. **Received a copy from the author and voluntarily reviewed.**
grandmareads102 More than 1 year ago
Ginny Baird has written a sweet, romantic story. I loved it when the handsome bachelor found twins on his doorstep and quickly bond with these cuties. When the pretty social worker arrives to check on the situation, their attraction is apparent. When a sudden winter storm leaves the impromptu family stranded, I smiled. That's one of my favorite plot twists. Mark is such a good man. He has a big heart. He loves the babies and enjoyed his time with Natalie Church. Natalie is a sweet person. She's a natural with the girls and her chemistry with Mark adds spice to the story. Ginny Baird adds an unexpected twist that caught me by surprise. Jingle Bell Babies is a great holiday treat. This book made me feel good. I received a copy of the book which I voluntarily read and reviewed. My comments are my honest opinion.
finallyfifty More than 1 year ago
A holiday mystery starts on Christmas morning with a surprise gift at his doorstep by an unknown person in a Santa hat. Two twin baby girls and all their baby paraphernalia were discovered with the quick involvement of a single CPS worker paired to the single doctor who lives at the house. Both of them become snowed in as this adventure progresses to a well crafted, witty, love story. Natalie and Mark discover the mystery behind the twin babies keeping the reader trying to guess the ending until the last paragraph. This is truly an exciting and fun love story that celebrates the Christmas season. I would highly recommend this book. I received an ARC.
amybooksy More than 1 year ago
Jingle Bell Babies is book six from Ginny Baird’s series, Holiday Brides. This is my first introduction to the series. Where have I been? This little book is awesome! I found myself laughing out loud right from the beginning. With humor, romance and two adorable babies, Mary and Bryte, surrounding the Christmas season, what is there not to love? I have some catching up to do with this series. A well deserved 5 plus stars! I received this book from the author but was not required to write a review. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.
BookSnuggle More than 1 year ago
Jingle Bell Babies (Holiday Brides Book 6) This is Dr. Mark Holiday and social worker Natalie Church. Mark and Natalie meet when twin girls end up on his doorstep. The paperwork lists Mark as the father of the twin girls. It was fun watching Natalie and Mark try to figure out this situation. There were some really funny, sweet, and heartwarming moments. I fell in love with the characters from the start. This is a great story to kick back and escape from everyday hassles. This is a sweet and fun romance. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
ReadsWithGranddaughters More than 1 year ago
Warm and sweet, I enjoyed this quick loving novella. Emergency room physician Mark Holiday is caring, as he took in the two infants, Mary and Bryte, who were left on his doorstep. Social worker Natalie Church, concerned for the welfare of the infants, shows her true spirit by opening up her heart to how Mark takes “temporary” responsibility for the children while all four of them were snowbound at Mark’s residence. With light and gentle moments as well as dealing with custody and the best interests of children, it was well rounded and a wonderful Christmas story. [I received an early copy of this book and I reviewed it voluntarily.]
momisreading More than 1 year ago
This is such a sweet story! With two darling babies, how could it not be? I really liked Mark and Natalie. They are both such great people! I enjoyed watching them get to know each other under such unique circumstances. Their Christmas definitely didn’t go as expected! But it ended up being perfect. And there’s an epilogue! Love those! :) I received a complimentary copy of the book, which I voluntarily reviewed. I have given my honest opinion.
Renee25 More than 1 year ago
This was one of the sweetest books. Mark Holiday ends up with 2 surprises on Christmas Day. Will these surprises make him merry and bright? Natalie Church comes to his rescue. Loved all the names associated with the holiday. I found it odd that no one believed Mark at first. Loved the epilogue. I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for my fair review.
carol223CS More than 1 year ago
Ginny Baird’s Jingle Bell Babies The doorbell jingles at the home of Mark Holiday, ER physician who has taken a staycation for the Christmas holiday. Upon opening the door, Mark discovers a set of babies wearing little red Santa hats. A card introduces them as Mary and Bryte, a set of twin girls. The CPS is notified. The one on call is Natalie Church who is sick of deadbeat dads. She gets snowed in at Mark’s home. Getting to know Mark as they care for the twins, she begins to believe Mark is really in shock about the babies but his name is on their birth certificates?? This is a Christmas magic story. It will change the lives of Mark, Natalie, Mary & Bryte. Lots of flavor to this story plus well defined, realistic characters situated in a vividly described setting. You will feel as if you are right there shadowing the characters. A surprising magical, sweet and enjoyable read!!! A highly recommended read!!
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
I loved this story!! It's a wonderful holiday tale that's perfect for taking a break from the crazy and remembering the true meaning of the season. Dr. Mark Holiday is looking forward to a little downtime and some peace and quiet over the holidays. This is the first time in years he hasn't worked and he can't wait to get started. Then his plans are shattered when he finds to bundles of joy that have been left on his doorstep. Great read that should be on everyone's holiday reading list.