Fairbrook is a town tailor-made for the holidays, with beautiful old houses dotting quaintly named streets like Sugar Plum Lane and Nutcracker Court. But cash-strapped single mom Carly Westbrook worries about providing a merry Christmas for her boys. Their run-ins with cranky neighbor Max Tolliver, an aspiring novelist stricken with writer's block, don't help. Between losing his muse and the Westbrook boys wreaking havoc in his once orderly life, Max could use a Christmas miracle. Fortunately, the Diamond Lils, a ladies group who meet weekly to play poker and socialize, are looking to do some good deeds--and they think a little matchmaking for Carly is a perfect place to start. . . qThis is a solid Christmas read, firmly in the spirit of the holiday.q --Publishers Weekly qFor fans of Debbie Macomber.q aLibrary Journalmust have cost a small fortune, but from what Helen had said, the man was loaded. Susan wasna#39;t exactly sure what Grant did for a living, and neither was Helen, but they both agreed that he must be very successful. After circling the car and opening up the passenger side, she removed the three-layer cake shea#39;d made early this morning. Then she used ... And even Lynette, who was on a constant diet to maintain her Barbie-doll shape, wouldna#39;t be able to resist a slice. Before headinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Christmas On Nutcracker Court|
|Publisher||:||Kensington Publishing Corp. - 2012-10-02|