The Christmas Village

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Egypt got run over by a reindeer


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Egypt got run over by a reindeer

There’s no doubt about it – Cade Dugan has a magic matchmaking touch. Every time he’s made figurines of mates for local residents of Holly for his ceramic Christmas village they’ve arrived as depicted. His problem is the figure of the woman in the blue coat he made for himself, because women swoop down on Holly, determined to be The One, the minute they hear about it.

Egypt’s had great luck with men – all of it bad. Every time she introduces her guy to a friend, she ends up being a bridesmaid instead of the bride. She’s on her way for the fourteenth outing – her sister’s Christmas Eve wedding to Egypt’s last boyfriend – when her car conks out near a tiny village full of more Christmas cheer than she can stand…and a gorgeous hunk in a sleigh, drawn by a team of reindeer, who is clearly a complete nut job.

A complete nut job who makes her tingle all over, and who is fated to try to kill her three times before he can claim her forever.

The Dugan Brothers – Book 1

ISBN: 978-1936144457 (eBook), 978-1936144440 (Trade Paperback)

Page Count – 244

Ebook Bundle contains the Following Formats: ePub (Nook), Mobi (Kindle), PDF

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