To All A Good Night has three wonderful stories that make the holidays even better for you as you can buy yourself the perfect gift. Then you can sit in your favorite chair next to the tree and enjoy each and every page.
Unleashed by Donna Kauffman is set in a mansion where the owner has gone out of town for the holidays but needs a sitter for his pets. Emma Lafferty canít pass up taking this job. Not only is the money great but it pays very well for a new business which is even better. What she does not expect is an ice storm on the way - and then finding the great grandson of the CEO and also the nephew to the owner. Trevor Hamilton is keeping a secret from Emma, but when the power goes out she has to trust her instincts. Will Emma accept the excuses he gives for being there, or will she stand her ground and demand some answers? In the meantime will these two get together and find the holiday peace that they need?
Finding Mr. Rightis written by Jill Shalvis. Could Mr. Wrong be her Mr. Right? By her- I mean the chemistry genius Maggie Bell. Will the man from her past - Jacob Wheeler, a contractor - let her have fun with Mr. Wrong until she finds her Mr. Right? What happens when Maggie is in trouble? Will Jacob be there for her when she needs him the most?
The last story Can You Hand Me the Tape? by Helen Kay Dimon will show two people just how good they are together, but are they able to stay together? When Natalie Prichard breaks off her engagement to her self-centered-jerk-of-a-man, she realizes that he has something of hers and she has to get it back - a tape. She feels the only person she can trust with the information of what is on the tape is Spencer Donovan. She knows he wonít look at whatís on the tape but returns it to her after he steals it back. Will Natalie be able to completely trust him? What may happen if the jerk ex finds out what is on the tape? How will this affect Natalieís and Spencer new found relationship?
This is a must ready holiday book. I enjoyed each story and I do plan on putting the book on my keeper shelf.