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Holly and Mistletoe (1996)

by Susan Mallery

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Part of the Haynes' brothers series. Holly's cat Mistletoe causes the great fire captain, Jordan to fall off his balcony. So, what's a girl to do, but go to his house to offer her thanks and sympathy. But when Jordan finds out that she's living in her store because she has no place to go after the fire, he coaxes her to move in temporarily. He's a loner, so he's immune to love. Or is he? ( )
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A Place to Call Home ----- A storm had claimed her apartment and now Holly Garrett was without a home for the holidays. But just when she saw her plans for Christmas crumbling, a miracle came her way. The handsome firefighter who'd saved her and her cat — and who'd injured himself in the rescue — was now asking her for help. And he was inviting her to live with him. Sure, she could cook and clean for him while he recuperated, but was that really all he wanted?

Jordan Haynes couldn't let Holly be alone for Christmas — not when she brought out his every protective instinct. No, he could play the needy patient as well as anyone . . . and just maybe he could convince her to keep him company through the holidays — if not longer.
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Revisit this heartwarming fan-favorite holiday story from #1 New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery When firefighter Jordan Haynes rescues Holly Garrett's mischievous cat, Mistletoe, from her burning apartment, he winds up in the hospital. Holly, a shy, innocent 28-year-old, feels so bad about Jordan's injuries that she stops by his hospital bed and begins visiting him at home, as well. Soon she's not only preparing his evening meals but also giving him sponge baths, and she definitely isn't prepared for the sexy glances Jordan throws her way or the feelings that he awakens in her. Jordan knows that Holly is awkward and inexperienced, but there's something so bewitching about her, and he just can't let her be alone for Christmas. No, he can play the needy patient for as long as it takes to convince Holly to keep him company through the holidays?if not longer.… (more)

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