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Santa Wore Spurs

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  • Sales Rank:12,317
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:406
  • Publication Date:December 18, 2013
  • ASIN:B00GF7ADWW


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Tied Up for Christmas

Bree Donovan has a thriving career as an architect in Chicago but a long-term relationship with her sub has turned very bad and she needs to get away. A client meeting in Texas prompts her to take some time to recover. Rafe Morales has been searching for the perfect sub for a long time but there always seems to be something missing. When he meets Bree there is instant attraction between them. Watching a performance at a private dungeon they each realize what’s missing is the need to switch, to play both top and bottom. An erotic, lust-filled weekend leaves them wanting more. Much more. The question is: can they make it happen?

Breath for Heaven

Cade and Abby have a history. Ten years ago they were in love. But something happened. Abby pushed Cade away and he never knew why. Since then, sparks fly when they’re together. Antagonizing one another has become their favorite sport. The only problem is… it’s all a front. They bicker because they both want the same thing – each other. A Christmas wedding brings them together and Cade is determined to learn Abby’s secret. He’ll do whatever it takes to win her love. Meet the King Family of El Camino Real – five brothers, one sister and a legacy as big as Texas.

Hope for Christmas

Cord Dixon, Mr. Laramie in the world of western clothing modeling, loses his job because he refuses to sleep with his female boss. Christmas is coming, and his bills are due, so he takes the only job he can find. A mall Santa.
Socialite wedding photographer, Hope Carlisle’s life disintegrates when she ruins the wedding of the year. In one fell swoop, she loses her best friend, her business partner and her fiancé. Unemployed and needing a job fast, Hope takes a job as an elf photographer job at the local mall. She is not looking forward to her new job, until she meets her sexy Santa.
Individually, Hope and Cord’s lives seem to be a hopeless mess. But with the magic of Christmas in the air, they work together to reclaim their lives and find love in the process.

A Cowboy for Christmas

A blizzard, a diner, and two lonely people...can it be love at first sight?
Eli Chandler doesn't believe in love. After being burned, he's only looking for a little warmth for the hearth on a cold winter's night stuck in a blizzard in Colorado.
Catlin is alone at the diner, searching for her next big break in the storm to get home until a stranger walks in looking for some hot coffee and a meal.
Two ships passing in the night...can there ever be more?

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