Reader Review: I loved how each story although writte by different authors was linked to the previus one. It made it more fun to read the stories by the authors I didn't know since it lied up with the ones I did. Fun reads all the way through.
Secret Santa Anthology includes He'd Better Watch Out! , The Nights Before Christmas , Mistletoe Madness
He'd Better Watch Out by Janelle Denison
Amanda Creighton has always been the epitome of good—until the day her inner vixen convinces her to tease the office bad boy with a gift he can't possibly resist .
The Nights Before Christmas by Isabel Sharpe
When her Secret Santa leaves Cathy Ann Johnson barely-there lingerie, she can't help but think the gift comes with an invitation to model it. So she seduces Santa—the wrong Santa .
Mistletoe Madness by Jennifer LaBrecque
Tatiana Allen believes in giving her job as a restaurant critic her all. Heck, she's even working over the holidays! So how does she end up with Cole in her stocking?
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|Title of Harlequin Romance eBook: Secret Santa|
|Release Date: 12-01-2006|
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|Publisher: Harlequin Blaze|
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CHRISTIAN HUSTLED DOWN the corridor toward the office of Douglas Creighton, the owner and publisher of Connoisseur magazine. He'd been summoned by the big boss, and since there was a promotion dangling on the horizon, he wasn't about to keep him waiting any longer than necessary.
Christian had spent the past eight months trying to repair his tarnished reputation after the disastrous incident with Maureen Bowen in the boardroom, and that meant dodging advances from other women in the company who believed he was an easy catch, especially Stacey Roberts, who'd made it her mission to end his oath of celibacy.
He'd worked hard ever since Maureen's departure from the company, dedicating long hours at the office coming up with new and innovative sales strategies that had catapulted him to the number-one sales executive for the past six months in a row. He'd instantly turned down invitations to join his buddies at the local hot spot for a few drinks and an evening of hitting on willing women. He no longer took two-hour pleasure lunches, and the only phone calls he received at work were strictly business. Even his friends were calling him a monk because it had been months since he'd gotten laid.
No doubt about it, he'd cleaned up his act and kept his focus on the job and the possibility of snagging the sales director promotion he wanted so badly. In a few weeks, after Christmas and the first of the year, he'd finally find out if his drive, dedication and respectable way of living had paid off.
As he made his way through the executive floor toward Creighton's wing of offices, he passed a maze of cubicles dominating the center of the twenty-seventh floor of the Jackman Butler Building in...
Title: Secret Santa
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Number of Comments: 2 Rating(s) 2 Review(s)
7 of 10 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
I loved how each story although writte by differen
April 3, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Upper Marlboro, MD US
I loved how each story although writte by different authors was linked to the previus one. It made it more fun to read the stories by the authors I didn't know since it lied up with the ones I did. Fun reads all the way through.
Nothing special in any of these stories but if you
December 26, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Seattle, WA USA
Nothing special in any of these stories but if you're just looking for generic escapism then its worth a read.
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