I'll Be Home for Christmas: Christmas at the Red Chiefs / Once Upon a Christmas / Meltdown / You Can Count on Me
I'll Be Home for Christmas Christmas at the Red Chiefs / Once Upon a Christmas / Meltdown / You Can Count on Me Author:Roxanne St. Claire, Catherine Mulvany, Linda Lael Miller, Julie Leto Holiday magic begins in the heart... — A collection of heartwarming holiday stories from today's stars of passionate romance! — Linda Lael Miller delivers a holiday miracle in the bittersweet tale of a young woman who can't hide her broken heart -- or her past -- when she returns to her hometown. But a sexy widower may just help her ... more »discover the true meaning of home in "CHRISTMAS OF THE RED CHIEFS."
Catherine Mulvany spins a fairy tale come true in "ONCE UPON A CHRISTMAS." They flirted as teenagers, but it takes time -- and some divine intervention -- to bring two star-crossed lovers together at last.
Julie Leto pairs fire and ice in "MELTDOWN," the sensual tale of a Cuban-American P.R. whiz whose job description includes thawing out her C.E.O. boss's frosty image. Will their sparks torch into flames of passion?
Roxanne St. Claire unwraps the thrills of Christmas in New York, where a female bodyguard toys with a dangerous desire for a mysterious hunk while protecting his young daughter. It's a risky game with passion as the prize in "YOU CAN COUNT ON ME."« less
Good read. Anthology with a Christmas homecoming theme [or at least a Christmas setting].
The stories are "Christmas of the Red Chiefs" by Linda Lael Miller, "Once Upon a Christmas" by Catherine Mulvany, "Meltdown" by Julie Leto and "You Can Count On Me" by Roxanne St. Claire. [This last is part of the author's series, Bullet Catchers.] All were good reads although I thought the Julie Leto story wasn't particularly 'Christmasy' - especially compared the first two. The Bullet Catchers story was set in New York at Christmastime but that had little to do with the story - but it was really great action story [hot Russian hero, need I say more?]
Overall leaves the reader with a nice warm feeling...