By Maggie Shayne

A magical paranormal romance assortment celebrating the spirit of the vacations from 4 bestselling authors.

It’s the time of 12 months while desires come precise, miracles occur on a daily basis, and love is the best present of all. the vacations constantly appear to carry out the simplest in all people, with heartfelt hugs for long-missed neighbors, honest smiles within the spirit of the season, and a sense of magic within the air…
This scintillating number of paranormal romances celebrates the vacations as by no means prior to. From a shape-shifting leopardess who desires a pack-mate to be her soulmate to a shock storm from snow that brings an enormous present, those 4 stories through Nalini Singh, Maggie Shayne, Erin McCarthy and Jean Johnson will stir your spirit in the entire correct places.

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Three ALL WEEK LONG SHE’D BEEN SEEING SIGNS, TELLING HER TO go home. And now that she’d arrived, she wondered why. The house was not what she remembered. Of course, it hadn’t been painted or maintained in twelve years. It showed the signs of neglect, too. There were a few shingles missing from the roof. One shutter had come loose and hung by its bottom bolts while the top of it veered out to the side as if threatening to jump. The white paint was peeling and chipped. A car horn blasted, and Holly damn near jumped out of her seat, glancing reflexively into the rearview mirror.

He got all that. “I know the money situation isn’t good, Mom. And I could see selling the guns, the tools, the computer. ” “It was either sell them or give them away. And we need every penny right now. ” And that was Mom. She wasn’t worried about bills or taxes or losing the house or the car or even paying for the funeral. She was worried because Christmas was coming. “We don’t need Christmas this year,” he told her. ” “Oh, you’re so wrong, Matt. ” He rolled his eyes, but thought about his kid sister, Cindy.

She tied one end to Santa, climbed the ladder, and hauled him up. The brackets that had held him and his crew in place were still there, right along the peak, though she crawled around feeling for them, because of the darkness. She made it work, though, and then hauled the reindeer up and was anchoring them to the roof, when the snow began falling, sticking to her hair, her shoulders, her eyelashes. Headlights from the driveway drew her gaze downward. “OH. MY. ” Matthew could not believe that in a few short hours, the tumbledown farmhouse had turned into the tackiest display he’d ever seen.

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