Blackout at Christmas by Sharron McClellan
(Silhouette Romantic Suspense)

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During a Christmas Eve blizzard in Seattle, three couples find themselves in a citywide blackout...

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On a trip to see Santa at the mall, the lights go out and a child goes missing. To stay alive, this couple must outsmart the Christmas bandits holding them hostage.

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Stuck at a coffee shop during the blackout, a man and a woman must share a hotel room for the night. Will this pair of opposites discover what they've been missing?


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Beth Cornelison started writing stories as a child when she penned a tale about the adventures of her cat, Ajax. As a teenager, Beth swore three things: She'd never work in fast food, never attend the University of Georgia and never date a man with a mustache.Fate laughed at her oath, and she found herself working fast food (and loving it!) the summer after she graduated from high school. Four years later, she received her bachelor's degree in Public Relations from the University of Georgia and married a wonderful man with a very handsome mustache!After working in public relations for a little more than a year, she moved with her husband from Tennessee to Louisiana, where she decided to pursue her love of writing fiction.Since that time, she has written many more stories of adventure and romantic suspense and has won numerous honors for her work including the coveted Golden Heart prize for unpublished authors awarded by Romance Writers of America.Beth is active on the board of directors for the North Louisiana Storytellers and Authors of Romance (NOLA STARS) in Shreveport, L.A., and stays involved with her son's Boy Scout pack and her church. For fun, she loves reading, traveling, collecting Peanuts' Snoopy items, playing Pokeno once a month with friends and spending downtime with her family.She writes from her home in Louisiana, where she lives with her husband, one son and two cats that think they are people. Beth loves to hear from her readers. You can write to her at P.O. Box 52505, Shreveport, L.A. 71135-2505 or visit her web site at Sharron McClellan always wanted to be a writer. There were two things she had always loved: writing and science. In college, she thought about being a marine biologist, but there was the whole shark issue. Instead, she discovered the joys of playing in the dirt--a profession more commonly known as archaeology. For years, she focused on excavating ancient sites that included projectile points, burn pits and the occasional burial. But her focus came back to writing when she took a position during the archaeological off-season and ended up answering phones for a cruise line. It was during that time that she took to reading romance. It wasn't long before she fell in love with the genre and returned to her first love--writing. Two years later, she finished her first book--which she now only brings out when she wants a giggle. Two years after that, she sold her second book and become a full-fledged writer.Today, Sharron lives in Texas, writes full time and dabbles in archaeology. She loves cats but doesn't share her small abode with any since she adores travel and doesn't think it would be fair to the small darlings. She believes in hard work, patience, and swears that her Muse spends most of her time in the bar down the street drinking gin and tonic with extra lime. Known for her big smile and infectious laugh, Jennifer Morey writes her happy endings in a little northern town in sunny Colorado. A twin with five amazing brothers and sisters and an invincible dad, it's no wonder she's so effervescent. Don't let the quiet moments fool you!Jennifer's first stories were inspired by her childhood love of Man O' War, Secretariat and The Black Stallion by Walter Farley. Bubbles of dialogue above cartoon drawings of horses led to hand-written tales of adolescent love. Years later, and two months after graduating from Colorado State University with a B.S. in geology, her mother died suddenly and the course of her life changed. The writer in her resurfaced, and she pursued a serious career.As Associate Project Manager for the Spacecraft Systems Segment of a satellite imagery and information company, Jennifer works with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and cat-herds her rocket scientist co-workers. When not writing or trying not to daydream at work, she can be found playing volleyball, hiking, flower gardening, socializing, or cuddling with her rescued golden retriever and feisty yellow lab.A finalist in more than twenty contests, Jennifer has received several awards for her writing, one of which led to the publication of her debut novel, The Secret Soldier. She can be reached through her Web site and welcomes messages from readers.
Published October 15, 2009 by Silhouette Romantic Suspense. 219 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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