Christmas in Rockland: A Seven Novel Collection
Advent: Plain, unobtrusive, brilliant—Curtis Brighton could be the star of Delta Advertising. Instead, he works behind the scenes, never receiving the promotions everyone knows he’s earned. After three years seated across from Curtis, Lita Cathey doesn’t know any more about him than she did the day they were introduced. But when a client needs paperwork quickly, and Curtis arrives at her apartment to get her signature, Lita embarks on a mission to get to know her quiet, quirky coworker.
She just never imagined what it would do to her heart.
With the help of a secret Santa project, a Christmas wish finally realized, and insinuating herself into Curtis’ life, Lita and Curtis navigate the waters of unexpected romance.
31 Kisses: It began with a kiss—just one that was supposed to be a “kiss it and make it better” little peck—and morphed into thirty-one perfect little moments that tied two hearts together in ways they never could have imagined.
Carson never expected to see her again—that girl with the strawberry hair and the fascinating way with children. But Gunnar Jorgenson knew there was something there that day at the store, and with a bit of manipulation and a whole lot of deception, he is determined to convince Carson of what a gem his granddaughter Chessie is.
Tarnished Silver: When Kelly Cox discovers a twenty-five-year-old secret, she has to make a choice. Meddle in someone else’s business and hope it turns out as wonderfully as she thinks it could or try to forget the discovery of her friend’s secret past.
Unaware of Kelly’s discovery, Audrey Seever whizzes into the Christmas season with one eye to her business and another to her meddlesome sister’s matchmaking attempts. But when someone from her past appears, life gets more complicated than she ever dreamed possible.
The Matchmakers of Holly Circle: Love is patient. No one knows better than Ruth Berry or Richard Stevens just how true that verse is. And after a decade of watching their relationship go nowhere, Mason Dickenson has had it. So, with a trick or two up his sleeve, he hatches a plan to bring his two favorite neighbors together.
His proposal? Poker. If they win, he’ll listen to their Jesus spiel. If he wins, and he has no intention of losing, they go on a date.
With an offer like that, they can’t lose—or can they?
Carol and the Belles: Pen pals since the fourth grade, Michal and Carol have a history that spans two decades on two separate continents. So when Carol has a chance to visit, there’s no question. Rockland or bust!
Michal Hargrave never expected to meet the friend who had written such vivid details of life in a Romanian orphanage. Michal also never expected what drama would ensue upon Carol’s arrival.
Setting Carol up with friends isn’t going to be easy, but if anyone can do it, Michal can. Now if only Michal can make sense out of personal relationship issues before the relationship dies.
Christmas Stalkings: Christmas—a time of joy, gifts, and surprises. But for Wendy Nabity, those surprises take a sinister turn when someone begins stalking her… and her cats. The police refuse to believe that anyone but her bevy of felines could be responsible for ornaments moved and removed, but as wonderful and clever as she thinks her kitties are, no cat can pull off the capers happening at her place.
Christmas Embers: All little Joey Cordell wants for Christmas is to find the father he’s never met before it’s too late.
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