In the spirit of the season, three popular Arabesque authors deliver magical tales of love and passion set during Christmas, Kwanzaa and New Year's.
Home For Christmas:
by Angela Winters
When two people are focused on their careers it can be difficult to understand that true love is hard to deny or contain. Nia Randolph and Michael both feel that their siblings have made a mistake and that it's up to them, individually, to make sure that the mistake does not lead to marriage. Nia a public relations executive loves her job although her family sees it simply as launching parties and writing press releases. Michael Vincent, senior partner at Shanahan and Smith Investments would have missed coming home this Christmas as he had for the last three years except he needed to talk some sense into his baby bother about this marriage thing. He and Nia are on the same mission, to save their siblings from a disastrous marriage. When they meet it's instant dislike except for the strong mutual attraction which they try to ignore. Nia and Michael join forces to stop a wedding and soon find themselves going to church, family dinners, and failing in love.
by Niqui Stanhope
Noel Petersen has returned home to buy property for her ompany's condominium project. Thanks to her hard work she has been blessed with good fortune. This deal could put Noel in the big league as a real-estate developer. If only she can get Nathaniel Hawkins to understand that the sale of his property which houses the local community center, would help him and his poor community financially. Nate strikes a deal with Noel he will sell her the property but she must take over preparation of the Center's Kwanzaa festival. Noel is short on holiday celebration spirit but is willing to do what it takes to get Nate to agree to sell the property that the community center stands on. First she has to find out what Kwanzaa is about and what it means. The people at the Center teach Noel about Kwanzaa, friendship, Christmas, and sharing. Nate teaches her about love and how good life can be with true blessings.
by Kim Louise
In school Wanessa Taylor had never been one of the pretty or popular girls. As an adult true love seemed to escape her. Now that she is engaged to military man Gerald Greene all of that is behind her. So what if she is not head over heels in love with him she likes him well enough and he will love her. Gerald is heading for an assignment in Korea and will return just before the wedding. Olivia, Wanessa's best friend has been promoted and is moving. She won't be able to help plan her dear friends wedding so she talks her brother Byron into doing it. Already reluctant, the minute Byron meets Wanessa whom he sees as homely he regrets his decision. But the sadness in her eyes will not let him renege on his promise to his sister. Then when Wanessa speaks, the sultry voice does not match the woman. He is intrigued.
This is a sit back with a cup of hot tea novel with wonderful light hearted stories sure to bring you joy.
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