Ah, Christmas. It's a time for family and friends, giving and receiving, and just possibly, true love. Now, in this magical collection of holiday stories, four of romance's hottest writers capture the joy, hope, and heartwarming hilarity that only Christmas can bring...
"Merry, Merry Mischief" by Lisa Plumley
Flirty Katie Moore is the ultimate good-time girl. Too bad she's held up at the office, helping nose-to-the-grindstone architect Jack Brennan with a very special project: emergency baby-sitting for the boss's tiny daughter. Now, the party girl and the workaholic are joining forces to give the little bundle of joy a Christmas she'll never forget...
(This anthology also features the stories "A Baby For Christmas" by Lisa Jackson, "Under The Mistletoe" by Elaine Coffman, and "Holiday Stud" by Kylie Adams.)
Rave Reviews for Santa Baby
"Diverse, lively, sometimes funny, and filled with holiday charm, this popular quartet of novellas, both sexy and sweet, features stories by Lisa Plumley (“Merry, Merry Mischief,” with a focus on babysitting!), Kylie Adams (“Holiday Stud,” with its sexy “escort” hero and desperate lawyer heroine), Elaine Coffman (“Under the Mistletoe,” in which children teach a grumpy psychologist the joys of Christmas), and Jackson (“A Baby for Christmas,” with a mystery baby—and his dad)." —Library Journal
"Lisa Plumley's knack for scintillating, passionate romance with uplifting touches of humor is a great reason to pick up any of her books. 'Merry, Merry Mischief' is a touching, fun-filled romance that will keep you entertained until the very last satisfied sigh!" —The Romance Reader's Connection
"One of the best of the bunch! Readers will delight in the humor and chemistry between the ex-lovers as they rekindle their romance." —Romantic Times on "Merry, Merry Mischief"
"A hip and often funny set of novellas fresh for this holiday season. Santa Baby starts off in great style with 'Merry, Merry Mischief' by Lisa Plumley. This tale of apparently mismatched lovers is just pure joy." —The Best Reviews
"Plumley infuses her usual humor into 'Merry, Merry Mischief,' when two exes reunite." —The Philadelphia Inquirer