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Christmas recipe for love—combine a matchmaking Santa, lots of mistletoe, one iron-­clad rule, fated hearts; mix and stir. The Riley siblings don't stand a chance.­MISTLETOE MISCHIEFChristmas in July at the zoo is the last place single parents Eric Riley and Marissa Wilder expect to find love. Thanks to some mistletoe mischief in the form of their two young daughters and Santa, they discover mistletoe rules were not made to be broken.

(Previously published 2009 in Mistletoe Rules anthology, a 2010 Write Touch Readers' Award Winner)

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Nikki Rowen desires a
family of her own—but first comes love, then comes marriage. She thought
she had the former, until the moment she mentioned the latter and her
boyfriend left her with nothing but a broken heart. Just as she’s
beginning to doubt she’ll ever have a ‘til death do us part Happily Ever
After, she meets her new neighbor in the most unexpected way.

Sam Mallin's experience, the word family is synonymous with
abandonment; he’s more than content on his own. Yet, in less than a
week, he finds himself caring for an infant dropped on his doorstep, and
playing house with his beautiful next-­door-­neighbor. When his feelings
for Nikki deepen, he fears he’s nothing more than the ready-­made family
she so desperately wishes for. How can a self-­proclaimed loner hold onto
the two females most important to him without history repeating itself
in a world of heartbreak?

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Three’s the charm--­save 25% with Stacey Joy Netzel’s Boxed Set of three romances! Best of all, the Boxed Set has something for everyone...­a paranormal ghost story, a high school reunion story told in a she said/he said format, and a Christmas story all about the spirit of giving. If Tombstones Could Talk, Ditched Again, Dragonfly Dreams

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The best laid plans…Halli Sanders spent two years planning the trip of a lifetime to Italy. Her itinerary did not include being stranded by her siblings, kidnapped by a sexy American movie star, dodging bullets, or fleeing criminals in a car chase around Lake Como. And that's just in the first three hours.­…often go awry.­Trent Tomlin put his movie career on hold to investigate his brother's murder-­ruled-­suicide at his Italian villa. He's closing in on the suspects when an American tourist unwittingly films the murder of the retired cop helping him. The killers will stop at nothing to get the evidence—including holding Halli's family as collateral.­Life's a little different unscripted.­Thrust into the role of real-­life hero, Trent finds himself falling for the Plain Jane whose beauty blossoms with every challenge they face. But how can he keep the evidence from falling into the wrong hands and get justice for his brother and friend without betraying Halli and her family?­Excerpt:­Trent . . .

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MISTLETOE MAGICMajor Mark Riley plays Court Jester to Janelle Walsh's Snow Queen at the Christmas Parade and is instantly captivated by the cute redhead whose grandpa just happens to be Santa. When Mark learns she's the tenant he evicted from his newly purchased property, it's going to take a little bit of Santa's mistletoe magic to save their romance.

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When his father announced his engagement to a gold-­digger with a lying, scheming fourteen-­year old daughter, seventeen-­year old Tripp Warner left Warner Ridge Ranch and never looked back. Until the day he got the phone call that his father had died unexpectedly. Reggie Reed lives with her guilt every day but can't quite work up the courage to track down the son of the man who raised her as his own. When Tripp shows up at his father?­s funeral eleven years later--­and a hell of a man to be reckoned with--­he has no interest in her too-­late apology. Worse, they?­ve inherited half shares of the family ranch?­but only if they work together to catch Mason?­s Gold, the stallion a young Reggie let escape and made sure Tripp took the blame for. Tripp proposes a secret competition to the beautiful witch who stole his life: whoever catches the stallion first gets the ranch all to themselves. It sounds simple, but once they?­re out on the range, tempers and passions flare in the Texas heat and . . .

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