Wrecking Christmas
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Wrecking Christmas by Liza Jonathan

Stranding her family in the mountains wasn’t in Kathryn’s Christmas plans. Neither was getting towed off a mountainside cliff by Hunter Holliday, the ruggedly sexy owner of the nearby hot rod shop. Now a freak blizzard’s trapped them in Christmas Pass—a quirky, sugar-frosted town that claims it’s “where Christmas wishes come true.” It’s not the mountain resort holiday she’d planned for her young son and grieving father. But maybe being snowed in with this intriguing man is what she’s wishing for, after all… Hunter knows, Christmas Pass can’t be found on any map. Could this strange, uncharted place actually be enchanted? He’s starting to believe. Because the instant Hunter laid eyes on Kathryn, the lonely widower finds a red-hot attraction he can't ignore, and a woman who needs him again. It feels like a gift… Yet, the town can’t magic away the past’s shocking secrets, or the guilt that comes from longing to move on. But the love they need so badly is there for the taking, if only they have the courage to wish.... Wrecking Christmas is the winner of the HOLT Medallion for romance fiction. Don’t miss the rest of the steamy Mountain Magic Christmas series, out now! What readers are saying: "Five Stars!....It's over the top. It's everything you could wish for. The town was too good to be real, sure, but the emotion between Hunter and Kathryn is, and their chemistry won't disappear with the season. Reading Wrecking Christmas was like being starving and then walking into a friendly buffet restaurant that serves everything you could possibly hanker for. And yet, the suspense is wrenching, the twists are heart-pounding, and the romance is utterly immersing! Highly recommended, and don't wait until the Christmas season to indulge!"....Amazon Review "Five Stars...Great holiday read with just the right amount of spice added...Great romance novel. Love the authors style of writing!"...Amazon Reviewer F
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