A Christmas Bride: Only Us: A Fool's Gold Holiday\The Sheik and the Christmas Bride
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Pet groomer Carina Fiore wants nothing more than to confess her feelings to the man she loves. She's drawn to veterinarian Cameron McKenzie's good looks, caring nature and especially his devotion to his young daughter. There's just one problem—he's her boss. Putting her heart on the line could cost Rina both her job and their friendship forever. But when a kiss under the mistletoe unlocks the simmering passion between them, Rina and Cameron may just find love for the holidays after all….
The Sheik and the Christmas Bride
When Prince As'ad of El Deharia agrees to adopt three orphaned American girls, he does so on one condition—that their beautiful teacher, Kayleen James, become their nanny. His plan is to leave her to deal with the children as he continues his life, undisturbed. But all that changes when Kayleen and the girls invade the palace—and As'ad's heart—and change it for the better.
voice. “You’re my best friend and I totally support whatever you decide, but I also know it’s time to tell you that you’re acting like an idiot.” “You’ve told me that every day for six months. It’s hardly a news flash.” “Then do something. If not now, when? Are you going to waste another year being in love with a man who has no idea how you feel?” Rina opened her mouth, then closed it. She wanted nothing more than to confess her feelings to the man she loved. She could still remember the first
time she’d seen Cameron McKenzie, DVM. He’d bought the practice from the retiring veterinarian with a promise that all the staff would stay. That included her, the practice’s resident groomer. He’d requested everyone meet with him on a Saturday afternoon. She’d walked into the building, not sure what to expect. He’d turned, smiled, and she’d been lost. Seriously, there’d practically been a swell of music and cartoon animals putting ribbons and flowers in her hair. She wasn’t sure what it was
adoptions had been filled out correctly. Holiday decorations brightened their small section of the huge structure, the paper and plastic carefully hung out of dog-reach. She and her volunteers wore cheerful, red, long-sleeved T-shirts with bright letters proclaiming Adopt a Pet, with a cartoon cat and dog under the words. The real dogs wore painted nails and bandanas, the cats, festive collars. She’d left the iguana unadorned. A crowd had been waiting when the event had begun and adoptions were
Cameron believed her. Unfortunately a single box of tinsel had fallen out of her shopping bag and Athena had found it. Like most goats, she was willing to eat nearly everything. The tinsel had tangled in her digestive system, but had finally worked its way through. “She’ll be fine now,” he said. “Give her a couple of days for her stomach to calm down.” He patted the goat resting in the small goat barn, then rose to his feet. “You’ve been great,” Heidi told him as she stood as well. “You’ve
it was wonderful, but she’d yet to take a sip. The thought of it made her stomach flip, and not in a good way. “I wasn’t sure if I should tell you,” Jesse admitted. “Don’t worry. I’m not going to get my hopes up. Cameron isn’t a bad guy. He’s stupid, but not evil. I made it pretty clear that rejecting me and going in search of an online girlfriend in the same day was awful and I’m guessing he believed me.” “He did.” “So we’ll fake our way through this. After the first of the year, I won’t