Heroine has a baby; hero doesn’t want kids. #seemedlikeagreattwistlastweek
Whaddya expect??? The book’s due Monday and I’m on page three.
When you’ve made the conflict so conflict-y there’s no way out.
Missed lunch again! Oh, wait—what about supper???
Hey, at least I’m HAVING breakfast today.
When the muse deserts you and the book’s only half done.
Don’t miss Barbara’s new release One Week to Win Her Boss, out now!
Single mom Amber Barnett loves family, kids, Christmas…and unfortunately, her boss, confirmed bachelor Michael DeFranco. It’s a crush she really needs to get over. Except, when she’s temporarily forced from her apartment, her only option is to stay at Michael’s private ski lodge, where she’s the housekeeper. No problem. Her handsome boss rarely visits Snowflake Valley unexpectedly, plus he’s spending the holidays with his family. Or so she thinks…
A stormy Christmas Eve reunion leaves Michael seeking the solitude of his lodge, where he finds Amber in residence—and in trouble. Attempting to save her from her matchmaking family, he announces they’re a couple. His good deed backfires when they’re instantly included in each and every holiday event in town. So much for solitude.
Only the more time he spends with the beautiful, cheery brunette, the more he yearns to make things real between them. But he and Amber want different things, and Michael could never be the family man she’s looking for.
Barbara White Daille is an award-winning author whose short contemporary romances have received Top Picks and glowing reviews. Her books focus on small-town settings, where the heroes and heroines’lives are filled with family and friends, lots of nosy neighbors, and often a matchmaker—or three. Barbara has been a writer since before she could spell all the words in her stories. She and her husband live in the hot and sunny Southwest, where they love the lizards in the front yard but could do without the scorpions in the bathroom
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