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Santa s Sweetheart

by Janet Dailey
Publisher: Zebra Books
Release Date: 2021-09-28
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN 13: 0877882487
ISBN 10: 9780877882480
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Synopsis : Santa s Sweetheart written by Janet Dailey, published by Zebra Books which was released on 2021-09-28. Download Santa s Sweetheart Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Besides , Santa's supposed to be jolly . I don't have a jolly bone in my body ! ” “ But Sam , ” Clara Marsden said ... This was extortion . And the mayor's threat had put him in a tough spot . If he caved in now and SANTA'S SWEETHEART 77. -- The delightful and entertaining new holiday novel from the legendary author of dozens of treasured romances! This Christmas, visit the small town of Branding Iron, Texas, where it’s time for the Cowboy Christmas Ball and one irritable sheriff is about to get in the spirit of the season…and find love along the way. Sheriff Sam Delaney is shouldering a lot as the lone lawman in the small Texas town of Branding Iron—and the widowed single father of six-year-old Maggie. Especially since Maggie’s determined that what her daddy needs this holiday season is a girlfriend. Suddenly Sam is hustled off to a meeting with Maggie’s schoolteacher—and surprised to discover the demure Grace Chapman is unexpectedly alluring. Then he’s roped into playing Santa at the annual Christmas ball, with the pretty Miss Grace by his side. It’s enough to make Sam even grumpier than usual—if not for the feelings sweet Grace stirs up inside . . . Grace only wants to heal after her broken engagement. So why is she so charmed by the slow smile—and the surprising tenderness—of the town’s sheriff? Maybe because Grace is discovering that beneath Sam’s gruff exterior lies a heart as big as Texas, especially when it comes to the women in his life—like little Maggie. And now her… Which only has Grace hoping she’ll be Santa’s sweetheart for many seasons to come . . .

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