MISTLETOE, BABY (2) by Donna Hill: Alexis Montgomery’s cushy new job in New York comes with a new boss who makes her hair stand on end and her heart swell. Graham Stone is over the moon about his latest employee because of the experience she brings to the table — and for the way she makes his blood pulse. Separating business from pleasure proves to be difficult for the pair as they explore their new relationship. But a lack of connection between the two-dimensional characters results in a lack of passion. The saving grace for this story is the unpredictability of its direction.