Baker & Taylor A pair of holiday love stories includes "Christmas Letters," in which a woman who writes Christmas letters for other people meets a child psychologist who ruins her Christmas cheer, and "Rainy Day Kisses," in which an independent young career woman falls for her handsome neighbor. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author. Reprint.
Harlequin Christmas Letters is "a fine companion to a glass of eggnog." Publishers Weekly
Katherine O'Connor (known as K.O.) adores her five-year-old twin niecesand objects to her sister's plans to dispense with Christmas. Zelda is following the theories of child psychologist Wynn Jeffries, author of The Free Child (and, as it happens, K.O.'s neighbor). K.O. is particularly horrified by his edict to "bury Santa under the sleigh," and she's out to prove that Wynn and his ideas are full of snow. He's not going to ruin her nieces' Christmas! Too bad the guy's so darned attractive
Rainy Day Kisses is a delightful romantic comedy at Christmasor any other time of the year!
Seventeen years ago, Susannah Simmons was a career girl who knew nothing about babies. But after babysitting her niece, Michelle, Susannah discovered that one determinedand screaminginfant can make the corporate world look like child's play! Thank goodness for Nate Townsend, her charming neighbor at the time. Now he's her charming husband, and Susannah is a mother as well as an aunt. And every Christmas Eve, Michelle tells her cousins how their mom met their dad