A FAIRY TALE CHRISTMAS
A FAIRY TALE CHRISTMAS (4) By Susan Meier and Barbara Wallace: Opposites do more than attract in Meier's cute romance with sizzling undertones, while the true meaning of Christmas, love and faith are captured touchingly under Wallace's capable hand.
Single mom Gwen McKenzie is desperate to finish her degree so she can support her baby and taking a temporary job with CEO Andrew Teaberry will give her enough money to tide her over. Drew is an absentee parent who suddenly finds himself saddled with his belligerent 16-year-old son for his working holiday. Their age, class and outlook differences aside, both find a raging attraction as they work side by side on the dilapidated Christmas Tree farm in "Baby Beneath the Christmas Tree."
Workaholic Gill McKenzie is she's determined to qualify for a promotion at her PR company by turning the McNabb Community Center into a winter wonderland and hosting a successful Christmas party, even if she has to battle the center's head of operations. For Oliver Harrington the center is more than a job - it has also become his home, especially after then defection of his fiancée. Now, as if by "Magic Under the Mistletoe," he begins falling for Gill, even though he's sure he'll never measure up to her idea of successful - but he doesn't know Gill's heart has already been capture by Oliver and his charges.