Silent Night, Holy Night: A Colleen Coble Christmas Collection
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'Tis the season for mystery and romance featuring characters from two of Colleen Coble’s most popular series!
As Christmas day nears, Bree Matthews and her faithful search-and-rescue dog Samson follow the trail of a troubling mystery into the snowy forests of Rock Harbor.
Newlywed Bree Matthews and her husband Kade are preparing for Christmas guests when word arrives that a parachuter has disappeared in the North Woods, along Lake Superior's icy shore. Bree and Samson plunge into the search.
Will this snowy, silent night search lead Bree and Samson to the missing girl?
One sinister phone call has derailed their Christmas wedding. Will it keep them apart forever?
Leia and Bane are looking forward to their long-awaited Christmas wedding on the beach. Everything is going as planned—until Leia's phone rings and her world skids out of control. A muffled voice informs Leia that her sister has been kidnapped and will be killed unless Leia calls off the wedding without explanation—and no police. If she disobeys instructions and tells Bane, she'll risk her beloved sister's life. But can she handle this trauma without his help? And will he ever trust her again if she lies to him now?
Irresistible romance meets thrilling suspense in this holiday update to USA Today best-selling author Colleen Coble's Aloha Reef series.
how did you know I moved?” Kade kept his tone neutral. “We talked to Garrick’s roommate. He mentioned that though he didn’t know Garrick well, the next-door neighbor did. And he gave us the name of that neighbor. You.” Lauri slumped back in her chair. “Great.” “So what’s this all about, Lauri?” Kade asked. Lauri bit her lips. “I’ve done some dumb things in my life. If you think I haven’t noticed, you’d be wrong. I wanted to do something to make you proud of me.” “But what does that have to
ambulance in the distance. Relief left him almost lightheaded. Timmy and Emily would soon be under medical care. Moments later the flashing lights came into sight, followed by the headlamps of two other vehicles. Putting her radio away, the mayor came toward them. She reached out a hand and touched Timmy’s hair. “You’re safe now, sweetheart.” She stroked his face then reached down and touched Emily’s head. “You’re both going to be just fine.” Emily took her hand, and Hilary’s face softened.
Gretel story, but she gave us a peanut butter sandwich. Timmy wouldn’t eat his though.” “There was no one with you,” Bree said. “She ran away when she heard you and the dogs,” Emily said. The little girl may be more stressed than they thought. Either that or she had quite an imagination. “Better get her checked out,” Kade mouthed softly to Bree. She nodded. “That’s fine, but let’s get you back to town,” Bree said. “You’ll get to ride in the ambulance. Won’t that be fun?” Emily’s lip
her usual active self and had continued to train the dogs and search for missing persons. She ducked behind Kade’s back to escape a low-hanging evergreen branch. The trees began to thin a bit, and she caught a glimpse of the frozen surface of Big Piney Lake. Lauri had been right about that, at least. Somehow she’d heard Garrick had been found here instead of Little Piney. It was possible she’d misunderstood where she was supposed to pick up her friend, but Bree was convinced there was more to it
kiss?” Mason’s office smelled of stale coffee and old floors when Kade dropped the bag onto the sheriff’s desk. The backpack was black, gray, and well used. The weather hadn’t done it any favors. “I think the zipper is broken.” “Good job,” Mason said. “Did you try to unzip it?” He opened a desk drawer and took out a box of latex gloves, then put on a pair. Kade pulled a chair closer to the desk for Bree and pointed. “Yeah, but it’s stuck and I didn’t want to do any damage until you got a