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Mistletoe Bride by Linda Varner
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HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS JINGLE BELLS, WEDDING BELLS On Christmas Eve single dad Ryan Givens and his newfound son were stranded in a small Colorado town without a dime to their name. But just when Ryan saw his plans for their first Christmas crumpling faster than his son's smile, a miracle came their way.... No matter how hazardous good-looking cowboys were to her heart, Danielle Sellica couldn't let Ryan and his adorable son spend the holiday in a hotel room. Everything would be fine, as long as they stood clear of the mistletoe.... But they didn't.... Celebrate the joy and love of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's with three very special couples.… (more)



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