Reader Review: I liked Lori's the best, Karen's was ok, and Dianne's was good. Even though they were short stories I felt that you really got a feel for Lori's characters and kind want to how all the other couples got together as well. Karen's guy did a turn around but really didn't ring true and seemed a little rushed. Dianne's had alot going on but I think she pulled it off better than Karen did.
After a knee injury forces professional Scottish dancer, Liss MacCrimmon to give up her life of performing strathspreys, reels, jigs and Highland flings she returns to her hometown of Moosetookalook, Maine, where she runs a Scottish Emporium. With one solved murder case under her dance belt, Liss has no idea she's about to spiral into another... Switching to life without footlights or greasepaint has been easier than Liss MacCrimmon expected. After seven months in her hometown of Moosetookalook Maine, she's been able to keep her feet in the dance world by offering lessons to a few of the local children. Running the town's Scottish Emporium with her aunt, working on her physical therapy for her knee injury, and starting a budding romance with Dan Ruskin, a neighbor and former high school classmate, has kept her more than busy. Still, she misses the life of a professional dancer with Strathspey, the Scottish dance company she belonged to before her knee injury forced her into early retirement. When the company goes on tour, Liss is instrumental in bringing the show to her hometown. Overjoyed at the prospect of seeing her old friends again, even if she can't dance with them, Liss arranges a reception for the troupe complete with a Scottish theme that includes a new spin on the classic Scottish Scone, her very own recipe for "cocktail scones." Liss soon realizes that life in the group isn't all happy jigs and fancy stepping. Victor Owens, the company manager, has been making life miserable for every member of the company. She has no idea how miserable until Victor bites into one of Liss's prized cocktail scones, collapses and dies. When the police set their sights on Liss and her best friends, it's up to Liss to find out whodunit before the killer makes an encore. With a missing ingénue, potential embezzlement, several secret romantic relationships, and a murderer in the mix, she'll have to work fast to uncover what is really going on backstage when the curtain falls on Strathspey.
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|Title of eBook: I'm Your Santa||Series: The Brava Brothers, , #3|
|Release Date: 10-01-2008|
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I'm Your Santa
Chapter OneWhy, oh why, couldn't this be a normal storm? Instead of soft, pretty snowflakes dotting her windshield, wet snow clumps froze as soon as they hit, rendering the wipers inadequate to keep the windshield clear. Even with the defroster on high, blasting hot air that threatened to choke her, the snow accumulated.
Refusing to stop and refusing to acknowledge the headlights behind her, Beth Monroe kept her hands tight on the wheel. Let him freeze to death. Let him follow her all the way to Gillespe, Kentucky.
She'd still ignore him.
She'd ignore everything that had happened between them, and everything she felt, everything he'd made her feel.
Oh God, she was so embarrassed. If only she could have a do-over, an opportunity to change the past, to correct mistakes and undo bad plans. That'd be the most perfect Christmas present ever.
A simple do-over.
But of course, there was no such thing, not even with the magic of Christmas. And there was nothing simple about the current mess of her life, or the complicated way that Levi Masterson made her feel.
Finally, after hours that seemed an eternity, her stepbrother's hotel came into view. Beth breathed a sigh of relief. Now if she could just park and get inside before Levi shanghaied her. Ben knew of her imminent arrival. She could count on him to send Levi packing.
Not that she wanted Levi hurt ... or Ben for that matter.
Fool, fool, fool.
Tires sliding on the frozen parking lot, Beth maneuvered her Ford into an empty spot. After shutting off the engine, she grabbed her purse, a tote bag lo...
Title: I'm Your Santa
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im your santa
November 9, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from prescott, AR US
another big hit for lori foster as far as im concerned. all the stories were really good. they are well worth your time and money to read them
I liked Lori's the best, Karen's was ok, and Diann
November 24, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Warner Robins, GA US
I liked Lori's the best, Karen's was ok, and Dianne's was good. Even though they were short stories I felt that you really got a feel for Lori's characters and kind want to how all the other couples got together as well. Karen's guy did a turn around but really didn't ring true and seemed a little rushed. Dianne's had alot going on but I think she pulled it off better than Karen did.
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