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Here's the lineup:
Santa for Christmas by Lisa Kumar
A sexy elf who hates everything about Christmas is forced to be Santa and must go into the seething heart of humanity—the abode of a beautiful single mother and her child in order to save them.
An EverAfter Christmas by K.S. Thomas
Sailor Belle is no stranger to adventure, so being stranded in a blizzard three days before her wedding, is not about to stop her from marrying the man of her dreams. But then, as the obstacles keep coming, she clings to her last hope - it’s the season for miracles, and she may need one to get her EverAfter Christmas.
Holiday Homecoming by Melissa Keir
Two broken hearts mend as love blossoms, but when danger comes calling, can the two loners learn to rely on each other or will they lose all they have found?
Mistletoe & Ashes by RaeAnne Hadley
Tiffany knew the threats of being a firefighter on the Hot Shots team. She embraced the heat and the danger but she could have never predicted that her heart and her mind would be in peril. Could a Christmas miracle save her or would she end up as ashes?
Seduction at the Christmas Court by Jenna Jaxon
Lord and Lady Longford have journeyed to the Christmas Court of King Edward III to wait upon the king and take part in some Yuletide merriment. When Geoffrey is suddenly called to war, and rumors of his death arise, Alyse fends off an old suitor who wants to renew their friendship. But how long will he take “No” for an answer?
All I Want For Christmas by Deb Julienne
Who knew one little boy’s Christmas wish could change so many lives?
The Christmas Fantasy by D’Ann Lindun
Widower Christian Vega believes he’ll never find true love again, until an actress catches his eye. But she’s way out of this cowboy’s league. Hope Snowden swears to never date another out-of-work actor again. Then she falls for a cowboy-turned-stuntman. Is it love, or just a Christmas fantasy?
We decided to ask Melissa Keir her thoughts on writing for a series, particularly one with a holiday setting. This is what she said:
The holidays are a wonderful time. I grew up in Amherst, Ohio which is where I set my series-The Wilder Sisters. Holiday Homecoming in this set is the final of the five stories about each of the five daughters of a local man. Each girl left Amherst after high school only to return when their father develops Alzheimer's. In this final installment of the Wilder Sisters series, Sheryl returns home to hide out but she doesn't want to get her family involved in the danger surrounding her. I love sharing my hometown with readers.
Recently, a new restaurant and brewpub opened in the downtown area, which has been revitalized in the last few years. Taking the best spot, I created Tanner's new restaurant which becomes an important setting for the story.
Amherst is the perfect small town for the holidays. The main street's light poles are decorated and the downtown area is filled with holiday lights. I've included a photo for you to see. During the holidays, I return to Amherst to spend time with my family who still live in town. After my mother's death, my father decided to have Thanksgiving at a local restaurant rather than cook for all of the family...and he wouldn't allow any of us to take on the chore. For the last few years, we've been going to The Oberlin Inn but last year, my dad was very disappointed with the seating, which was in the lobby of the hotel. Needless to say, it was loud. And for a person who is hard of hearing, it was impossible to chat. Thankfully we were at a real table. There was one year they had us sitting at the pool table with a wooden board to cover it. Each of us had to sit on two chairs stacked just to reach the tabletop. Needless to say, we heard about that problem for years.
I could go on and on about Amherst, but I'll leave you to read the book and see a little of it for yourself. I hope you enjoy the stories in the boxset and will check out the rest of the Wilder Sisters series. Happy Holidays!