Count on Jill Shalvis for a witty, steamy, unputdownable love story. -Robyn Carr, New York Times bestselling author
Lucky Harbor Short Story
On Sale: December 4, 2012
Featuring: Mia; Nick
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Romance | Romance Contemporary | Holiday
JUST ONE MORE KISS
There's no place like home for the holidays. And the Lucky
Harbor Bed & Breakfast is bursting with festive lights and
good cheer. But for Mia, Christmas is turning out to be
anything other than merry and bright. Her recent break-up
with her boyfriend Nick has made her return bittersweet. But
then a surprise arrives, when Nick follows her to town
bearing gifts-and asking for forgiveness.
Nick grew up without a family of his own so he's overwhelmed
by the love that Mia receives from all her relatives,
gathered together to celebrate the season. Under their
watchful eyes, Nick finds earning back her trust the hardest
thing he's ever had to do. If he succeeds, he will receive
the greatest gift of all, Mia's love for a lifetime.
20 comments posted.
Re: Under the Mistletoe
You have gotten some interesting gifts! Happy Holiday's!
(Christine Mead 4:40am December 2, 2012)
Love the lovely overnight trip.... NCAA Finals...
(Cate Sparks 6:38am December 2, 2012)
Certainly different types of gifts.
(Pat Lieberman 7:37am December 2, 2012)
You are too funny! NCAA Finals? I'm there! A month's house cleaning service? Love it! As for the others...you do inspire a certain uniqueness in gifts, Jill.
(G S Moch 10:20am December 2, 2012)
Wow, those were some pretty strange gifts. I love the plant story!
(Jenny Yetman 11:03am December 2, 2012)
I have had my children buy me clothes I would never put on and about 5 times larger than I am, yet I still have them in my closet hanging (I am too sentimental to let them go).
Once my boyfriend (at the time) bought wine and condoms -- that was enough to re evaluate the relationship.
My one aunt still gives me five dollars every year and says "to save it". (yes, I often look around wondering if I am related to the Griswalls).
Oh, you are not alone - I love plants, but as my friends and family say, I have a black thumb..don't let me near a plant, it will die.
(Carla Carlson 1:06pm December 2, 2012)
I laughed like crazy over your killing a fake plant. I have had so many plants to die this year because of our drought even though I tried to water then every single day. The terrible heat still managed to kill some of them. Losing plants and replacing them gets expensive after awhile. But thanks for the huge laugh I got after reading you watering a fake plant!
(Marilyn Nowlin 1:09pm December 2, 2012)
Jill, you're too funny! I have never read any of your interviews but I have read your books. I found your books hilarious which I would deduce that you have a humorous personality.
(Kai Wong 2:15pm December 2, 2012)
I love your books. They are such fun to read. Reading your list of Christmas gifts was a hoot too.
(Robin McKay 2:51pm December 2, 2012)
you win! my, but the wonderful things they do with plastics these days - certainly a testament to the realistic plant - bet the manufacturer would LOVE that story...
(Beth Fuller 6:17pm December 2, 2012)
Oh Lord - I love these - LOL - VERY interesting gifts for sure - nothing I received came close!
(Felicia Ciaudelli 6:17pm December 2, 2012)
I loved your posting today, and definately needed the laugh!! As for the housecleaning service, one way to look at it is that you only received one month of it. Things couldn't be THAT bad at your house, or your present would have been for 6 months or a year!! LOL With my house, I want my company to feel comfortable when they come over, not feel that they might break a rule if they sit down somewhere!! Some of the other gifts go without comment. I know that I received a couple of strange ones over the years, and now we just go out together and buy what we want for ourselves. It solves the problem of disappointment. Once in a while, we do surprise each other with a present, but it isn't that often. After 29 years, things aren't the same in the excitement department as they would be for the first 10 years - at least that's the way I feel. I'm just happy that we're together, and that's all that matters to me!! Have a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!! I'll be spending mine away from the mistletoe, reading your book!!
(Peggy Roberson 8:02pm December 2, 2012)
Hi, Jill! Great post! I love your books! You have definitely gotten some very interesting gifts. I especially had to chuckle about the glow in the dark gummy worm. Lol!
(Cathy Phillips 8:55pm December 2, 2012)
You have gotten some great gifts ! Wished mine was so awesome .
(Danielle McDonald 10:49am December 3, 2012)
Well, I have never killed a fake plant, but I have just about managed to kill off any other plant that came within my purview. My friends know not to ask me to plant-sit, or take care of their gardens in the summer, at least, not if they want to come home to living plants!!
(Lynn Rettig 4:38pm December 3, 2012)
I love the killing the fake plant!! And you were very brave to accept a
reptile. I would've run screaming. ;) now that would be a great Christmas
memory for kids...mom running into the street screaming from their
(Penny Mettert 2:56am December 9, 2012)
My brother once made me a wooden jewellery box and his then girlfriend painted pictures of horses on each face of it and lined a drawer with satin. Best present ever. I had no idea they were making it.
(Clare O'Beara 9:07am December 10, 2012)
This sounds good I can't wait toread it!
(Penney Wilfort 10:39am December 22, 2012)
I have this on Kindle for PC & just haven't been home long enough to read it! Maybe tomorrow! I love Jill Shalvis books!
(Sharlene Wegner 7:53pm December 22, 2012)
I love your books. I have always liked books that continue in
another one and keep you updated on the other characters.
(Sharon Salituro 9:06am February 16, 2013)
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