Puppy Love and MIstletoe is a sweet novella.
When Hallburg city employee Amelia Dunford returns a missing dog to his owner, handsome consultant Scott Graham, she is drawn to him and his love for the little girl for whom he is a guardian. But Amelia’s bad childhood experience makes her afraid of dogs, and Scott has joined the mayor’s task force in charge of trimming the town’s budget—two red flags that warn her away.
Amelia’s warm nature captivates Scott, but he believes his PTSD makes him too flawed for a relationship. Besides, they are on opposite sides of the town’s budget battle, and mixing business with a relationship could spell disaster.
Can a little girl and a fluffy black dog bring Amelia and Scott together in a Christmas miracle?
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Merrillee Whren's Bio
Award Winning Author of Inspirational Romance
Merrillee Whren is the winner of the 2003 Golden Heart for Best Inspirational Unpublished Manuscript given by Romance Writers of America. She has also won the 2006 Romantic Times
Reviewers’ Choice Award for Best Love Inspired of 2006, the Georgia Romance Writers’ Maggie Award for Excellence, and the 2016 Inspirational Reader’s Choice Award.
Merrillee’s writing journey has had as many stops along the way as her life’s journey. She wrote her first novel while she was in high school and shared it with her friends. However, many years passed before she considered writing anything for publication. Finally in 2004, after writing and revising eight manuscripts, she made her first sale. THE HEART’S HOMECOMING
was an August 2005 release from Harlequin Love Inspired.
Because she loves stories with happy endings, she is thrilled to be writing inspirational romance, stories with emotional and spiritual happy endings.
Merrillee is an active member of Romance Writers of America and a member of several of their local chapters, Faith, Hope and Love, Saguaro Romance Writers, which meets in Tucson, AZ. She is also a member of Novelists, INC.
She is married to her own personal hero, her husband of forty-plus years, and has two grown daughters. She has lived in South Dakota, Montana, Spokane, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Chicago and Amelia Island, but now makes her home in the Arizona desert. When she’s not writing or working for her husband’s recruiting firm, she spends her free time playing tennis, bridge or walking while she plots her novels.