A Very Merry Christmas

by Janice Maynard, Lori Foster, Gemma Bruce

Kensington Publishing (Brava)

September 26, 2006

ISBN-13: 0758215428

Available in: Trade Size

A Very Merry Christmas
by Janice Maynard, Lori Foster, Gemma Bruce

Though the weather outside is frightful, the hunky men are SO delightful. And these three ladies are about to discover that Christmas is not only the most wonderful time of the year . . . but also the sexiest . . .

Do You Hear What I Hear by Lori Foster
The holiday season heats up when Sergeant Osbourne Decker is asked to watch over pet psychic Marci Churchill. Sure, the woman is nutty, but she's also a knockout. And when she's accused of stealing a donkey from the local nativity scene, he can't stop thinking about frisking her . . .

Bah Humbug, Baby by Gemma Bruce
The last thing ad exec Allison Newberry wants this year is to spend the holidays with her former flame, the unreliable-but-sexier-than-hell photojournalist Lee Simonson. Hang stockings? She'd rather hang him. But when a blizzard hits their ski lodge, there seems to be only one way to keep warm . . .

By Firelight by Janice Maynard
Madison Tierney is feeling anything but merry this Christmas. But when she gets stranded with mountain man Grant Monroe in his secluded cabin, she feels her Christmas spirit—and her temperature—start to rise. Grant has a tantalizing secret, and what he asks Maddy to do by firelight sparks a Christmas adventure she'll never forget . . .



Janice Maynard's Bio

Janice Maynard grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, home of Chickamauga Battlefield, Rock City, Ruby Falls, and the beautiful Tennessee Aquarium. She married her high school sweetheart between their sophomore and junior years of college and they graduated together from Emory and Henry in southwest Virginia. Janice later earned a Masters Degree in Reading and Story Arts from East Tennessee State University.

For 15 years Janice taught kindergarten and second grade near Knoxville, TN, in the foothills of the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains. In the fall of 2002, Janice left the classroom to write full-time.