A Mommy for Christmas by Cathy Gillen Thacker
(Harlequin American Romance)

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Next-door neighbors and fellow single parents Travis Carson and Holly Baxter don't know what they'd do without each other. Besides being good friends, they're each other's backup in times of domestic chaos, which, with four preschoolers between them, is most of the time!

They have just one unwritten rule: they have to stay friends. But after sharing a knock-your-socks-off kiss, friendship no longer seems like enough.

To top it off, Travis's little girls have decided they want a mommy for Christmas. And they want the whole town, including Holly, to help them find the perfect mate. Can Holly watch the man she's come to depend on date other women? Can Travis sit back and watch Holly's ex reenter her life?

Could it be that the perfect holiday solution lies right next door--for both of them?


About Cathy Gillen Thacker

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Cathy Gillen Thacker is a full-time wife, mother and author who began writing stories for her own amusement during "nap time" when her children were toddlers.Twenty years and more than fifty published novels later, Cathy is almost as well-known for her witty romantic comedies and warm, family stories as she is for her ability to get grass stains and red clay out of almost anything, her triple layer brownies, and her knack for knowing what her husband and children are up to almost before they do!When writing, Cathy's greatest goal is to entertain and uplift. "To give people the power and courage to dream."Cathy's books have made numerous appearances on bestseller lists and are now published in 17 languages and 35 countries around the world.She says the most satisfying aspect of being a writer is hearing from her fans. "I love hearing from readers. Knowing just one person really enjoyed a book makes all the hard work seem worthwhile."
Published November 11, 2009 by Harlequin American Romance. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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