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Also by Cheryl Harper:

Pride and Presents, October 2018
e-Book
A Home Come True, February 2017
Paperback
Least Likely to Marry a Millionaire, September 2015
e-Book
Greek Gods Bearing Gifts, April 2015
e-Book
The Bluebird Bet, March 2015
Paperback
A Minute on the Lips, February 2014
Paperback
Can't Help Falling in Love, September 2013
Paperback
Stuck On You, April 2013
e-Book
Kiss Me, February 2013
e-Book
Santa Bring My Baby Back, January 2013
Paperback

Pride and Presents
Cheryl Harper

IndieWrites
October 2018
On Sale: October 9, 2018
Featuring: Beth Long; Steven Dorsey
119 pages
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Kindle: B07FKKJNXH
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Romance Holiday

Beth Long is navigating the week before her best friend’s Christmas wedding with a strained smile and an unexpected houseguest. Instead of dreading the arrival of her ex- husband and his gold medal-winning fiancée, she’s defending Christmas Town’s over-the-top everything to disapproving Steven Dorsey. She should be busy planning the bridal party’s hair and makeup or collecting loose change from every couch in town to cover the final loan payment on her shop. Smoothing ruffled feathers, advising a clueless man, and reluctantly falling for him are distractions she doesn’t want.

Steven Dorsey has never been more aware of his social deficiencies than when he stumbles into Beth Long’s beauty salon. She’s too warm. Witty. Vibrant. Their elderly audience is too nosy. Accepting the Christmas Eve wedding invitation issued by an old friend, the groom-to-be, means spending the holiday inside a snow globe’s village. The carousel restoration project provides additional, interesting incentive. Staying with Beth for the week is his only option, but when his sister is added to the mix, he understands that Beth and Christmas Town, odd as it is, might be home.

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