A Mistletoe Kiss for the Single Dad

Traci Douglass

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Second Chance...

...under the mistletoe!

GP Nick Marlowe returned to his hometown to focus on raising his young son. The last person he expects to see in Bayside is high-flying Beverly Hills surgeon Belle! The childhood sweetheart he let go so she could pursue her dream of attending medical school. Only working side-by-side to reopen her late aunt's free Christmas Eve clinic their magical connection returns... Could a mistletoe kiss spark another chance—just in time for Christmas?

"This is the third book I've now read by Ms. Douglass and I've got to say that she pens such heartfelt and wonderful stories....and I loved the path this couple took from start to finish. The way this story started drew me into the story immediately and had me reading quickly....”

— Harlequin Junkie on Finding Her Forever Family

"...Ms. Douglass has delivered an absolutely engaging and unputdownable read in this book...the chemistry between this couple was powerful; the romance was nicely-detailed and had me loving the special connection these two have....”

— Harlequin Junkie on One Night with the Army Doc

Traci is a USA Today bestselling author with Harlequin, Entangled and Tule. She writes sometimes funny, usually awkward, always emotional stories about strong, quirky, wounded characters overcoming past adversity to find their forever person. She believes Love is Love and is grateful for every thread in her intricate brocade of happiness, though she rarely remembers everything. Heartfelt Healing Happily Ever Afters. Connect with Traci at her website: tracidouglass.net.

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Kopierschutz Ja i
Family Sharing Nein i
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Seitenzahl 192 (Printausgabe)
Erscheinungsdatum 01.10.2019
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9781488048319
Verlag Harlequin
Dateigröße 947 KB

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