Merry Christmas, Baby!

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Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, Nov 1, 1996 - Fiction - 377 pages
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In Cinderfella, a reporter hopes to save a shelter and seduce his boss, while in Grady's Kids, a stubborn rancher dislikes the woman his kids have chosen for him, and in It Takes a Miracle, a divorced couple gets a second chance. Original.

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Review: Merry Christmas, Baby!

User Review  - Mollie *scoutrmom* - Goodreads

The first story, Cinderfella by Susan Wiggs, got a solid four out of five from me. The rest were fairly blah, entertaining but not at all deep or meaningful. Read full review

Review: Merry Christmas, Baby!

User Review  - Lauri - Goodreads

The second two stories had wise beyond their years children which tends to bother me. If you want the kids planning these things, why not make them older? I enjoyed the first story more though I wish ... Read full review

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About the author (1996)

When Susan Wiggs's recent novel, Fireside, landed at #1 on tWhen Susan Wiggs's recent novel, Fireside, landed at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list, the author responded by jhe New York Times bestseller list, the author responded by jumping fully clothed into her swimming pool. In February. Inumping fully clothed into her swimming pool. In February. In the Pacific Northwest. After thawing herself out, the autho the Pacific Northwest. After thawing herself out, the author put on her lipstick and vacuumed the living room. Why? Becr put on her lipstick and vacuumed the living room. Why? Because on the tiny island where she lives, news travels fast. ause on the tiny island where she lives, news travels fast. She knew her girlfriends would show up momentarily - which tShe knew her girlfriends would show up momentarily - which they did - with the customary champagne and bags of Cheetos. hey did - with the customary champagne and bags of Cheetos. She toasted her loyal readers, whose unflagging interest in She toasted her loyal readers, whose unflagging interest in her books propelled her sales upward. She toasted her friendher books propelled her sales upward. She toasted her friends and family as well, since they have always been the sources and family as well, since they have always been the source of her inspiration.From the very start, her writings have i of her inspiration.From the very start, her writings have illuminated the everyday dramas of ordinary people. At the aglluminated the everyday dramas of ordinary people. At the age of eight, she self-published her first novel, entitled A Be of eight, she self-published her first novel, entitled A Book About Some Bad Kids.Today, she is an international best-ook About Some Bad Kids.Today, she is an international best-selling author, with millions of copies of her books in prinselling author, with millions of copies of her books in print in numerous countries. Her Lakeshore Chronicles novels celt in numerous countries. Her Lakeshore Chronicles novels celebrate the power of love, the timeless bonds of family and tebrate the power of love, the timeless bonds of family and the nuances of human nature that make headlines every day.Shehe nuances of human nature that make headlines every day.She lives on an island in the Pacific Northwest and is perpetua lives on an island in the Pacific Northwest and is perpetually working on her next novel. lly working on her next novel.

Bobby Hutchinson runs a busy B&B in Sparwood, B.C., Canada. In her spare time she writes books, shamelessly harvesting stories from agreeable guests. She has more than forty-five published romance novels and is always working on a dozen more. She lives alone, works out at Curves, walks a lot, meditates, asks her grandkids for advice, and welcomes guests. Her current challenge is applying the concept, "When you change the way you look at a thing, the thing you look at changes.

Karen Young is the international bestselling author of thirty-eight novels.?

She has more than ten million books in print and is the recipient of the coveted RITA award from Romance Writers of America and the Career Achievement and Reviewer's Choice awards from Romantic Times magazine.?She is known as ?a spellbinding storyteller who writes with sensitivity about issues facing contemporary women. Karen's career in writing fiction for women has run the gamut from traditional romance to mystery thrillers to inspirational fiction. In her relationship-driven plots, she creates characters that could easily be her readers, and then places them in extraordinary circumstances while adding suspense to the mix.

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