A Bundle of Christmas Babies by Lucy Monroe

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Marriage of convenience, amnesia, pregnancy...these tales of holiday romance have it all, as misunderstandings, suspicions and marriage bargains are vanquished by undeniable passion...and the arrival of a new little Christmas bundle of joy. Bundle includes The Greek's Christmas Baby, The Christmas Child and The Cowboy's Christmas Baby


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Award-winning and bestselling author Lucy Monroe lives in the gorgeous Pacific Northwest, surrounded by a plethora of pets and children (her own, the neighbors, her sisters...). She finds inspiration for her stories everywhere as she is an avid people-watcher. So much so that she disconcerted her husband upon first meeting him when she watched the other dancers as much as she watched him. He thought she wasn't interested...silly man. She believes there is no stronger emotion than love; that it truly can overcome pain, past rejection and the challenge of finding happiness despite the hardest things life has to offer. She believes in the victorious conclusions found in today's romance. To her, the passionately sensual romance novel is a beautiful expression of the reality of love, packaged in a fantasy readers can enjoy. When she's not writing, Lucy likes to read--big surprise, that. She can't tell you the latest show going on television, but she loves romantic movies, action adventure and the theater. She adores her family, and is a smatterer when it comes to hobbies...a little of this, a little of that. Since selling her first book to the Harlequin Presents line in September of 2002, she has sold more than thirty books to three publishers and shows no signs of slowing down in the near future.Visit her web site to read about all of her books and see flash movies for select releases, including her Harlequin Presents title. She truly loves to hear from readers, and can be reached at lucymonroe@lucymonroe.com. Diana Hamilton was born in a town. Wanting to be a country child, her imagination came into play at an early age, transforming a neighbor's tree into a forest, a hole in a stone wall into a gingerbread house, a gas puddle into a fairyland, complete with mountains, lakes, and flower meadows. She loathed housework but made to do her share, to lessen the boredom, she told herself stories, in a very loud voice, featuring princesses and flower gardens, discovering that telling herself stories was almost as good as reading them in a book.She loathed school with an equal passion and got through it by pretending to be somewhere else. Even so she left grammar school with respectable grades....And was sent to art college when she wanted to study to be a vet. This was nowhere as bad as it had seemed because it was there, at age 18, she first saw Peter. He had returned from two years' active service in Korea to resume his studies, and Diana immediately fell in love with him.Gaining a degree in Advertising Copywriting, Diana worked as a copywriter and married Peter. They moved to a remote part of Wales after the birth of their second child, Paul, when their daughter, Rebecca, was three years old. There, Diana enjoyed pony trekking and walking in the mountains; and her third child, Andrew, was born.Itchy feet brought them back to England to the beautiful county of Shropshire four years later and they have been there ever since, gradually restoring the rambling Elizabethan manor that Diana gave her heart to on sight, creating a garden out of a wilderness of nettles, brambles, and old bedsteads.In the mid-70s Diana took up her pen again to write stories to read to her three children at bedtime. These were never offered for publication but the bug had bitten. Over the next 10 years she combined writing over 30 novels, published by Robert Hale of London, with bringing up her children, gardening, and cooking for the restaurant of a local inn-- a wonderful excuse to avoid the dreaded housework!In 1987 Diana realized her dearest ambition--the publication of her first Mills & Boon romance, Song in a Strange Land. She had come home. And that feeling persists to this day as, around 30 Harlequin/Mills & Boon romantic novels late, she is still in love with the genre. Christy Lockhart is a born romantic! Some of her earliest childhood memories are of her native England where she traipsed through castles and dreamed of marrying her very own prince.She emigrated to Colorado when she was eight, and was quite disappointed to discover that people had cars and shopping malls, rather than horses and dirt roads with wooden sidewalks. You see, her grandfather was a huge fan of Westerns, and Christy spent many a Sunday afternoon in front of the television watching John Wayne movies. She soon found, however, that the mountains provided huge inspiration and that the Western cowboy fantasy was just as rich as that of princes and princesses.Christy, along with her real life hero, Jared, their two children, two cats, and two dogs still call Colorado home. Their deck has a distant view of Pikes Peak, the very mountain that inspired the song "America The Beautiful."In her writing, Christy strives to weave the elements of her dreams-honorable men, real life situations, and a compelling love story-into books her readers will enjoy over and over again. To Christy, her readers are what it's all about. If she can touch your heart, her heart sings!She lives her life by Eleanor Roosevelt's saying: "The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams," and encourages you to reach for your dreams.Christy would love to hear from you: christy@christylockhart.com
Published December 1, 2007 by Harlequin Special Releases. 461 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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