She writes sexy category romance for Harlequin Presents including her own ongoing mini-series, The Royal Brides. And the million-dollar salary on offer will be more tempting than anything in Santa's sack! What difference did it make? This book had loveable characters from the main two to the nanny to Toby, etc, which made the story even more delightful to read. That really touched me and it showed me how really great of a guy he was because he didn't have to do that especially since Toby was eighteen and technically didn't need parents or guardians at the time. Vincenzo and Audrey both wanted a loving family, which they didn't get as children with each of their parents not really showing that they cared or loved them unconditional like they should have. Author: Always read the fine print! Her primary focus would not be on the children but her academic pursuits.
He could not believe he was prolonging this conversation. One who would see them raised in a stable environment unlike what he had known as a child or had been able to provide for his younger brother. Pleading had only been met with disgusted impatience and implacable resolve unhindered by any emotion, much less love. Someone who will put their welfare ahead of everything else. Nothing beyond raising Toby to believe in himself and to be able to realize his dreams. I would recommend Million Dollar Christmas Proposal to anyone who likes a marriage of convenience that turns out to be true love with two likeable characters who benefit from a little Christmas magic. Six years later, he thinks she's dead.
They needed parents, not uninterested caretakers. While Vincenzo's parents were just immature and wanted no responsibilities and all the cared about was spending money and not letting their children cramp their lifestyle and were really never parent to Vincenzo or his brother with Vincenzo having to act as a parent to him. Her primary focus would not be on the children but her academic pursuits. A raven shifter, she is determined to retrieve the sacred stone that rightfully belongs to her people. What he doesn't realize is that the beautiful but stubborn Rachel Gannon has no intention of letting herself be rescued.
She closed her eyes, as if gathering her thoughts. He should not care, but he found himself pleased by that. Someone who will love them. Not until they gave her an ultimatum: remain a member in good standing with the rest of the family or stick by Toby. Someone who will love them. Someone who will love them. But throughout his meetings and other work parts of his discussion with Audrey kept popping up to distract him.
Her primary focus would not be on the children but her academic pursuits. In fact I enjoyed watching both these characters and I really liked them, and was glad that they got their happy ending that they deserved. Deaf since childhood, Abigail hopes to keep her affliction from Talorc as long as possible, just as he has no intention of telling her that he's a werewolf. These two people needed each other, but the fun was in how their relationship developed from that initial need to a genuine liking and desire. and right into the throes of delicious passion. When her parents withdrew their financial support Audrey had been forced to take out student loans to finish her third year at Barnard, but a final year had been well beyond her means.
And the million-dollar salary on offer will be more tempting than anything in Santa's sack! I was kind of thinking that it might have be like a Scrooge type of book or something where she had to set up this memorable Christmas for the kids, but it wasn't that at all with the holiday spirit not really being there until at the end like I said, which was fine, but from the title I would have expected it to be, which was why I wanted to read it now to get me in the Christmas spirit, but really this book could be read at any time of year with just the little scene at the end being Christmassy. She's a passionate devotee to the genre and loves to chats with readers, authors and industry professionals. So I enjoyed those scenes. What Audrey doesn't know is that Enzo expects the right candidate to become his wife - and high on the requirements list is sexual compatibility. Award winning author Lucy Monroe had her first book published in September 2003. He simply raised one brow in question. But he's haunted by the deeds of his past and won't let anyone get close.
I apologize for my wording. Because of coarse Vincenzo was going to pay for his college and any other schooling that Toby chose to do and would have that money to do so and even had his living expenses paid for while he was in school as well. He knew what it was supposed to look like. Beautiful in an understated way, Audrey Miller had been aptly named. Had not believed it existed and would be quite happy to put it behind them now.
Not like their parents had done. Not like their two older siblings had. Though the last chapter took place at Christmas with presents being given like the ones I mentioned above, the rest of the book took place about a month before as they were trying to figure out if Aubrey was the best candidate to be the mother that he wanted and his wife. They are innocent children, left without their parents. He should have sent her packing with a promise to report her actions to her division supervisor already.
As powerful and charismatic as ever, Caelis has been charged with saving his pack from the corrupt laird ruling them. She had no grand plan for her life. This time, however, he refuses to abandon his sacred mate. Audrey Miller already works for Enzo and loves children, and stepping into his family would dramatically help her own. Which, yes, would mean the woman would have to become his wife as well, but that was of negligible consideration. Not anything I'd want to read again, but not necessarily something I'm sorry I read.