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By Maggie Shayne

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

It’s the time of yr while goals come actual, miracles take place each day, and love is the best present of all. the vacations regularly appear to deliver out the simplest in everybody, 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 choice of paranormal romances celebrates the vacations as by no means earlier than. From a shape-shifting leopardess who wishes a pack-mate to be her soulmate to a shock storm from snow that brings an important reward, those 4 stories by way of Nalini Singh, Maggie Shayne, Erin McCarthy and Jean Johnson will stir your spirit in all of the correct places.

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Ouch,” she said. And then her face unscrunched and her eyes popped open. ” He shrugged and remained standing. ” He extended a hand. ” She clasped his hand with her mitten, and he braced while she pulled herself to her feet. ” He chose to ignore her comment. “I told you you were going to fall,” he said instead. “And that’s why I did. ” “You deserved it. ” “I beg your pardon! This house loves to dress up and show off. It hasn’t had the chance for a while. ” She stood staring at it, arms crossed over her chest, and then turned to look at him again.

Bub Tanner, as he was called, and that was the only name she knew, grinned at her, and rubbed his unshaven graying stubble with one hand. “I like how she calls us ‘boys,’” he said. “She’s just flattering your ego, Bub,” Tater said. And that was the only name she knew for him. ” Bub reached for the carafe, but Holly beat him to it, filled his cup, and then Tater’s, with the decaf they hadn’t asked for. ” Holly looked back to see Tater holding out his thoroughly read newspaper. She smiled and took it from him.

She made the sound long and expressive and stuck out her tongue as she emitted it. ” “You know I don’t. ” “Eggshell,” he repeated. ” “Plain, maybe. Decorated? No. ” He nodded toward the window, where multicolored flashes were turning the glass pane and the snowflakes beyond it red, then blue, then green, then yellow. ” She slugged down the last of her cocoa, and got to her feet. He did the same. “Well,” she said, turning, “where to begin. ” “Yes, that much is obvious. ” “Mmm. As would the plank floors.

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