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By Maggie Shayne

A magical paranormal romance assortment celebrating the spirit of the vacations from 4 bestselling authors.

It’s the time of yr while desires come real, miracles ensue on a daily basis, and love is the best present of all. the vacations regularly appear to carry out the easiest in every person, with heartfelt hugs for long-missed associates, honest smiles within the spirit of the season, and a sense of magic within the air…
 
This scintillating number of paranormal romances celebrates the vacations as by no means sooner than. From a shape-shifting leopardess who wishes a pack-mate to be her soulmate to a shock storm from snow that brings a massive present, those 4 stories through Nalini Singh, Maggie Shayne, Erin McCarthy and Jean Johnson will stir your spirit in the entire correct places.

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That their big meal on the day in between had consisted of deli meat, rolls, and about six casseroles brought over by neighbors and relatives? She had to go and sell his stuff, too? His mother blinked down at him. She seemed kind of in a daze, not all there, mostly numb. It seemed to him she could hear just fine, but what she heard wasn’t making its way to her brain. “I had to, Matt. ” Yeah, he’d picked up on that much. He was twelve, not two. And he resented that his mother didn’t seem to think he could understand things.

Life sucked. It made you hard, once you saw that. This little thing, though pretty—okay, freaking gorgeous—and friendly, hadn’t seen anything yet. Give it time. See how long her positive attitude bull lasted once she’d tasted the grit of real life. She’d finished the tour. They were on the second floor, where she’d just given him a painstaking description of how she’d decorated her baby sister’s room for the holiday with a miniature tree she’d picked out and decorated all by herself. It seems the young Noelle hated to go to sleep at night because she loved looking at the big tree downstairs and its twinkling lights so much.

Then she marched over to the snowman they had built together, and tried to put the hat on his head. She couldn’t quite reach, though. She was hopping, and swinging the hat uselessly. Then her brother lifted her up high, and she plopped the hat on the snowman. And then she waited. Her brother was waiting, too, she thought. Even though he said he didn’t believe, he must wonder. They stood there, quiet for a long moment, but nothing happened. “I guess you were right,” the little girl said. ” “Hey, you never know,” her brother said.

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