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Duets 16: Bringing Up Baby New Year [and] Frisky Business

by Vicki Lewis Thompson, Tracy South

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"Bringing Up Baby New Year" by Vicki Lewis Thompson: It's a wonderful life... Bachelor Joe Northwood had it made. He came home every night to find the pillows fluffed, his sheets drawn back... and his libido in overdrive, courtesy of his sexy housekeeper. As the New Year approached, Joe's only resolution was to get his fantasy woman to play house as well as clean it. But when he caught Darcie O'Banyon under the mistletoe, he got more than he bargained for. Because Darcie had a baby--and the tiny boy called him Da-da....

"Frisky Business" by Tracy South: All work and no play... Laura Everett was serious, ambitious and nursing an embarrassing crush on office hunk Kyle Sanders. Kyle was charming, laid-back and inexplicably attracted to Laura. Their continuous fighting, however, got them shipped out into the wilderness to learn to cooperate--or else. But when they found out their company was at risk they did more than cooperate--they escaped with a car that was "not technically stolen," in order to stop the merger. Kyle and Laura learned that losing their jobs was the least of their worries, when they were both so close to losing their hearts....
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Bringing Up Baby New Year by Vicki Lewis Thompson

Joe Northwood had it made. He came home every night to find the pillows fluffed, his sheets drawn back...and his libido in overdrive, courtesy of his sexy housekeeper. As the New Year approached, Joe's resolution was to get his fantasy woman to play house as well as clean it. But when he caught Darcie O'Banyon under the mistletoe, he got more than he bargained for. Darcie had a baby--and the tiny boy called him Da-da....

Frisky Business by Tracy South

Laura Everett was serious, ambitious and nursing a crush on office hunk Kyle Sanders. Their continuous fighting, however, got them shipped out to the wilderness to learn to cooperate--or else. But when they found out their company was at risk they did more than cooperate--they escaped with a car that was "not technically stolen" to stop the merger. Losing their jobs was the least of their worries, when they were both close to losing their hearts....

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