On Sale: November 7, 2016
Featuring: Nick Tavlock; Lyssa Barnett
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Romance Contemporary | Holiday
Worst. Day. Ever. After Lyssa Barnettâ€™s sister tricks her
into reprising her role at Snowflake Valley's annual
children's party, she doesnâ€™t think anything can be worse
than squeezing into her too-small elf costume. Then tall,
dark, and way too handsome Nick Tavlock shows up to play
Santa...and an unexpected storm leaves them snowbound in the
The last thing Nick wants is to spend a cozy Christmas Eve
with a trio of kids and the woman who dumped him. But as
much as Lyssa frustrates him, he can't stop thinking about
her. And soon, he's fighting very un-Santa-like thoughts of
kissing a certain sexy Miss Elf under the mistletoe. As Nick
starts to fall for Lyssa all over again, he knows it will
take nothing short of a miracle to have Lyssa in his arms on
37 comments posted.
Re: Snowbound with Mr. Wrong
Fav holiday memories... I remember always watching out the window waiting for my grandparents to arrive. The moment I saw them I would have the biggest smile on my face and run outside to greet them. I miss that!
(Colleen Conklin 6:34pm November 18, 2016)
My favorite holiday memory is watching my grandchildren open their gifts. I don't get to see them every year because they live in OK and we live in FL. The smiles on their faces when they see what Santa brought them is priceless!!
(Bonnie Capuano 9:03am November 19, 2016)
Colleen - what a special memory! That's one of the things I love about the holidays - they bring us together with people we may not see too often.
(Barbara White Daille 10:13am November 19, 2016)
Bonnie - they say Christmas is for kids, and I'm not sure I buy into that completely. ;) But it is true that seeing a child's excitement really makes the day complete. Hope this is a year you'll get to be with the family!
(Barbara White Daille 10:15am November 19, 2016)
My favorite Christmas memories always involve just being with family and observing our traditions. We love decorating the tree. We have a collection of ornaments that represent family milestones, trips, hobbies, etc.
(Cheryl Castings 11:02am November 19, 2016)
My favorite holiday memory is celebrating with the family,
storytelling, opening gifts, meals and enjoying precious time
(Sharon Berger 11:37am November 19, 2016)
Cheryl - we have an assortment of ornaments like that, too. And I don't know about your family, but every year we tend to put the same ornaments in the same places. Talk about traditions! lol
(Barbara White Daille 12:21pm November 19, 2016)
Sharon - you've nailed the best thing about the holidays! :)
(Barbara White Daille 12:22pm November 19, 2016)
Same ornaments every year, plus one exclusively ours...listening to A Christmas Carol on the record player while decorating the tree...incomparable.
(Kathleen Bylsma 1:56pm November 19, 2016)
My favorite holiday memory has to be last year. As a
child, we were super poor and never really had Christmas.
As a result, I came to dread the holiday every year. I
always felt extremely guilty if someone got me a gift.
Well, last year, my husband and I were getting ready to
move cross country, so we said no gifts. We only had a
TV, two camping chairs, and a small table left in the
house, since the movers had already come. When I woke up,
there as a line of presents by the fireplace. He decided
to make up for my bad experiences. He started with
"baby's first gift" all the way up to "a gift for my
wife." We're talking baby, toddler, child, pre-teen and
teen. I cried because it was the sweetest thing in the
world. So extremely thoughtful.
(Megan Harris 6:04pm November 19, 2016)
Kathleen - that's a great tradition! We listen to Christmas music while we decorate and then afterward, when we sit with hot chocolate and admire the tree.
(Barbara White Daille 8:05pm November 19, 2016)
Oh, Megan - what a sweetheart - he's definitely a keeper!
I'm in tears just reading that story, so I can imagine how you must have felt. Thanks for sharing with us.
(Barbara White Daille 8:08pm November 19, 2016)
We strapped a rocking horse to the top of a jeep and drove 6 hours so my nephew would have it Christmas morning. That horse bucked and bounced the whole way, we had tons of thumbs up and little kids waving at us as we drove.
(Angela Daffern 10:06pm November 19, 2016)
I just remember spending time with family.
(Pam Howell 7:06am November 20, 2016)
That's a great memory, Angela! I'll bet you added a lot of Christmas cheer to those travelers' day, too. And I'm sure your nephew was thrilled. Hope you took plenty of pictures!
(Barbara White Daille 3:53pm November 20, 2016)
That's the best part, Pam, isn't it?
(Barbara White Daille 3:54pm November 20, 2016)
I always remember the whole family sitting around the Christmas Tree eating homemade chocolate chip cookies as we allopened our presents.
(Carol Woodruff 7:32pm November 20, 2016)
I guess just ONE of my favorites was always lining up at the top of the stairs on Christmas morning waiting for my Mom & Dad to tell us it was OK to run downstairs and into the living room to see what Santa had brought during the night.
(Nancy Reynolds 9:53am November 21, 2016)
My Grandfather teaching my son how to ride a trike
(Patricia Wagner 11:57am November 21, 2016)
Carol - I would love to have been part of your family on Christmas. I love chocolate-chip cookies! :)
(Barbara White Daille 3:42pm November 21, 2016)
That brought a smile for me, Nancy. We didn't have stairs, but we had to wait in the hallway leading from the bedrooms until we got the all-clear. It was a moment filled with anticipation, wasn't it?
(Barbara White Daille 3:44pm November 21, 2016)
Aww, that's a very precious memory, Patricia!
(Barbara White Daille 3:45pm November 21, 2016)
singing carols with friends
(Jean Benedict 3:56pm November 21, 2016)
My fav memory which i may have told you i was in a foster
home for a long time and we didn't celebrate holidays so
when i went to my grandmas she always had christmas for
me there which were things i needed at the fosterhome.
Well a social worker for one of the other foster boys
came to visit us and brought all of us a stocking with
our names on it I still have mine and it is beautiful i
cry when i pull it out. I am now disabled with a nerve
disaese but i make sure that my husband get stockings for
all the kids and that is their present filled with things
that we would of wrapped. Even my family in Ca. gets it.
(Peggy Clayton 12:36pm November 22, 2016)
Jean - I loved when I was a kid and carolers came to our door to sing.
(Barbara White Daille 2:36pm November 22, 2016)
Hi, Peggy - nice to see you here! No, I never heard that memory before. How wonderful of your grandma and the social worker to make your Christmas a happy one. The holidays are always special for kids, and I'm sure that year it was a super-special one for you.
And what a beautiful tradition for you to pass on to your family!
Thanks for sharing with us.
(Barbara White Daille 2:41pm November 22, 2016)
My favorite Christmas is always waking up a finding the
(Stephanie Allen 5:21pm November 22, 2016)
My favorite memory is of my sons standing at the window while waiting for their grandfather to arrive. They were allowed to open their presents after he joined the our family celebration.
(Anna Speed 11:34am November 23, 2016)
When I was eight years old the apartment building we lived in caught on fire. My parents ran into the building and was telling everyone to get out of the building. Our parents took forever and we started to worry. This happen right before the holidays. We lost everything but everyone made it out alive. People we didn't even know brought us some clothes, food and a strange white Xmas tree. One of many Christmas memories.
(Deb Pelletier 10:15pm November 23, 2016)
My favorite memory is our first Christmas back in the states with our families after being overseas for four years. Christmas just didn't seem the same on a Pacific Island.
(Delta Upton 11:02pm November 23, 2016)
My favorite memories are just being with family.
(Nancy Luebke 11:20pm November 23, 2016)
Stephanie - that brings back memories for me, too. We always opened our stockings first.
(Barbara White Daille 10:59am November 24, 2016)
Anna - I imagine that doubled the anticipation for your boys! :)
(Barbara White Daille 11:00am November 24, 2016)
Deb - I'm sure that made it one of your most memorable Christmas mornings ever.
That's awful to hear about the fire, but I'm glad to see that so much good came from it and that you received so much support from both friends and strangers.
(Barbara White Daille 11:03am November 24, 2016)
Delta - the first couple of Christmases in my memory were also spent on an island. I still remember the shock of our first Christmas stateside when we had freezing weather and snow!
(Barbara White Daille 11:06am November 24, 2016)
Nancy - those are the best, aren't they! Hope you're getting to spend the day today with family, too.
(Barbara White Daille 11:07am November 24, 2016)
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone celebrating the holiday!
(Barbara White Daille 11:08am November 24, 2016)
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