Cover of: A Fairytale Christmas | Susan Meier, Barbara Wallace

A Fairytale Christmas

Published by Harlequin in Toronto, New York .
Written in English.

About the Book

"Baby Beneath the Christmas Tree" by Susan Meier

Single mum Gwen McKenzie's new boss, Andrew Teaberry, is amazing but "totally" out of her league. And he hasn't a clue about babies! Yet it's soon clear that the excitement in the air comes from more than just the yuletide season!

"Magic Under the Mistletoe" by Barbara Wallace

Glossy PR executive Gill McKenzie is organizing a Christmas party at her local children's center. To her astonishment, she's drawn to the gorgeously disheveled director, Oliver Harrington! Under the mistletoe, they realize that opposites really do attract....

About the Edition

In "Baby Beneath the Christmas Tree," singer mother Gwen McKenzie finds herself falling for her new boss Andrew Teaberry, and in "Magic Under the Mistletoe," workaholic public relations executive Gill McKenzie finds the magic of Christmas after she meets disheveled director Oliver Harrigton when she agrees to organize a party at a children's center.

Table of Contents

Baby beneath the Christmas tree / Linda Susan Meier
Magic under the mistletoe / Barbara Wallace.

Edition Notes

"2 romances in 1"--Cover.

Harlequin romance -- 4203
Other Titles
Baby beneath the Christmas tree., Magic under the mistletoe.


Library of Congress
CPB Box no. 3261 vol. 4

The Physical Object

184 p. ;
Number of pages

ID Numbers

Open Library
Internet Archive
0373176937, 037374062X
9780373176939, 9780373740628
LC Control Number

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