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Claire Langford is ready to move on. She's grieved for her late husband, and now it's time she made a different life for herself and her kid. She's got a new business in the works that should accomplish that. Before the plan gets off the ground, however, she needs Nate Wyatt's help. First she has to track the man down, then drag him to New Zealand.Too bad Nate is complicated times ten. Given how difficult it was to persuade him to make the trip, she's not prepared for his kindness, his support...his captivating attention. And she's definitely not prepared to fall for him! But it just might be too late to stop that from happening....
If Jocelyn Swann weren't so furious, she'd probably laugh. Her best friend, Dan Jansen, has launched a campaign worthy of his Special Forces training to arrange their wedding, from music and minister to flowers and food. What part ofnodoes he not understand? Their marriage "agreement" was a tipsy scrawl on the back of a coaster. . . three years ago! It's not a question of love. Of course she loves Dan. She's loved him all her life. If only she could get him to slow down a minute and listen-to be the friend she needs right now-she could convince him that marriage would ruin everything.
Marriage for the sake of a baby can be a disaster. Joe Fraser knows this firsthand. So how did he land in the same situation? Because Philippa Browne, his daughter's teacher--and the woman carrying his baby--is irresistible and it was inevitable he'd give in to his attraction to her.Joe knows he should be offering her a diamond. His family tree is strewn with relatives who didn't do the right thing. But Pip has her own ideas about love and commitment and they don't seem to include hanging around...unless Joe can change her mind.
Luke Carter can never forget that he'd been abandoned as a child. And that's why the millionaire and former Olympian is driven to build his camp for underprivileged kids in Beacon Bay. If only the rural New Zealand community trusted his motives. And if only the beautiful widow mayor, Liz Light, would stop grieving long enough to prove where her loyalties lie--with Luke or her late husband--and show him once and for all which man is truly unforgettable.
He's back from the dead, on a new mission...because two can play her game!After two years as a POW presumed dead, SAS soldier Lee Davis is finally going home. Back to his family, friends and...fiancée? He doesn't have a fiancée...the night before his last deployment, Juliet Browne rejected his proposal. That makes the sight of her playing the grieving almost-wife beyond infuriating. Feigning amnesia, Lee decides to put Juliet's "commitment" to the test.Yet tormenting her conscience isn't as easy as Lee thought it would be. Juliet's still the woman whose memory got him through the worst of his captivity and her actions now prove she cares-a lot. And despite her betrayal, he needs her more than ever. Because Lee is beginning to realize that for him, Juliet is home.
Just when he has accepted that he'll never be a father, Jack Galloway inherits not one, but three kids. Then he gets the knockout punch. He's supposed to raise this family with his ex! And his ex-wife, Rosalind, has her own ideas about parenting. She's already doling out domestic duties, as if he had all the time in the world away from his office. She's also got some crazy notion that, thanks to their unexpected "family," the two of them have been handed a second chance. As if he'll let his heart get broken again. But the real knockout punch? That part of him that thinks he and Rosalind could fall back in love.
Playing with dynamite, a girl could get burned... What does he know about love and marriage? And exactly how did he, Ross Coltrane-a special forces elite soldier and demolitions expert-end up playing middleman to his kid brother and the estranged wif And most important, why is he suddenly noticing how beautiful his sister-in-law is? He's never thought about his brother's wife...that way...before. Then he figures it out and everything makes sense. This tantalizing woman is the other twin! The identical sisters have pulled a swap and duped everyone around them. Furious much? Oh, yeah. Poised to bring down their plan, Ross hesitates. Something about Vivienne Jansen's courage and zest for life gets to him. Except, he's not a man who has feelings. Everyone calls him the Iceman. He doesn't know how to be anything else...
Wishes come true this holiday season in this heartwarming collection of three stories from your favorite Harlequin Superromance authors. A Dundee ChristmasA woman seeking refuge in a strange town during a snowstorm is taken in by a man who helps her discover that home is where the love is. We Need a Little ChristmasA prodigal son returning to his family ranch meets a woman with an unconventional way of bringing the holiday spirit into their town and hearts. Kiss Me, SantaThe battle's on between a reclusive widower and the single mom determined to open his heart and banish his Grinch-like behavior.
Is Rachel Robinson the only one on campus who doesn't know who Devin Freedman is? No big deal except that the bad-boy rock star gets a kick out of Rachel's refusal to worship at his feet. And that seems to have provoked his undivided attention. Devin, the guy who gave new meaning to the phrase "sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll." Devin, the guy who somehow becomes wedged between her and the past she's kept hidden for years.It's up to this librarian to find out firsthand just how "bad" he really is. Because her secret--and her growing feelings for a man who claims he's bent on redemption--depend on his turning out to be as good as he seems. Which is really, really good.
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