Mistletoe in the Moonlight: Romance to Celebrate the Season


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Dear reader,

I’m meant to write a pithy description for this holiday collection, but instead, I’d rather drop you a note. I have one important question for you . . .

Are you a sucker for holiday romance?  

After all, this is the most romantic time of the year. What better time to fall in love with love than the season of candlelight, evergreen and sparkle? 

That’s why I have several romances that are set amongst the holidays. I’m so happy to share them with you in one handy-dandy box set, so you can devour the love story goodness as you enjoy your shopping, partying and preparing. 

Underneath My Christmas Tree is set in Crystal Cove, Florida; it’s a cross-over between the Crystal Cove Romances and my Love in a Small Town series. Trent and Elizabeth both have baggage, and neither is looking for love. But then, this is Crystal Cove at Christmas—there’s bound to be extra magic in the air! 

The Meant To Be One is also part of the Love in a Small Town books. Ashley is the perpetual supporting character, the woman who takes care of everyone in her life.  When Zane lands in her stylist chair, she tries to help him find love . . . never guessing that she might be the one he wants.

Evergreen is a short story from my Career Soldier series that is near and dear to my heart. When something unthinkable happens to one of their own, the six couples who found their one and onlys at Fort Lee rally together to hope, to help and to love. 

Finally, The Shadow Bells is my only paranormal holiday romance. Nell and Rafe return to King, the mystical town that they both love to hate. A trip down memory lane—with the help of some ghostly guides—might change their future together.

And because everyone can use a little extra romance, I’ve included here, published for the first time, A Keeping Score Christmas. Catch up with Leo, Quinn and the others as they gather for a holiday evening.

Now I’m going to make myself some hot chocolate, sneak a couple of butter cookies (my grandmother’s recipe) and indulge myself in some Christmas romance. I hope you’ll do the same!

Love and warm wishes for a beautiful holiday,


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