Baby, It's Cold Outside

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Harlequin, 2010 - Fiction - 283 pages
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The best way to keep warm… when the weather turns cold:

1) Seek shelter

Opting to spend the holidays in solitude, Emilie Sutherland has found the perfect place: a hunting lodge in Alaska! But when a hunky stranger comes seeking shelter during a blizzard, Emilie wonders if maybe isolation is overrated, after all….

2) Build a cozy fire

Nothing ruins an adventure to Antarctica like being stranded on a lifeboat! But when a hot Air Force pilot rescues Mia Harrelson, she wonders if she's escaped the danger of freezing only to lose herself in the sexy fire of his eyes….

3) Curl up with a nice, hot male…

She is a consummate professional. Until Stacy Bristol finds herself working on a series of photo shoots with a gorgeous Viking—er, Olympic skier. But the minute his shirt comes off, Stacy is torn between icy professional resolve…and her melting knees!

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User Review  - ariel.kirst - LibraryThing

The first short story in this collection was delightful. The other two felt a bit forced, or I didn't end up liking the characters. Still, the first was worth getting the book from the library! Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Jennifer Greene has sold over 80 books in the contemporary romance genre. Her first professional writing award came from RWA--a Silver Medallion in l984--followed by over 20 national awards, including being honored in RWA's Hall of Fame. In 2009, Jennifer was tiven the RWA Nora Roberts LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD. Jennifer has degrees in English and Psychology, and lives in Michigan.

After a 23-year career commanding U. S. Forces around the world, USAF Colonel Merline Lovelace began a second career as a writer. She has based many of her books on her own experiences in uniform. Lovelace has published more than 70 novels including those for the series: Men of the Bar-H and Codename: Danger. Her books have won numerous awards, including the Romance Writers of America's prestigious RITA. She was named the University of Oklahoma's Writer of the Year and the Oklahoma Female Veteran of the Year.

Cindy Myers became one of the most popular people in eighth grade when she and her best friend wrote a torrid historical romance and passed the manuscript around among friends. Fame was short-lived, alas; the English teacher confiscated the manuscript. Since then, Cindy has written more than 50 published novels. Her historical and contemporary romances and women s fiction have garnered praise from reviewers and readers alike.

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