A Christmas for Chrissie
I didn’t ask for a silver fox for Christmas but guess what it looks like I’m getting.
After the career I’ve had, I’ve earned some peace. No more secrets. No more missions. No more danger. Just quiet.
Then Wally strolls into my life, and peace and quiet make a hasty retreat. The former solider takes one look at me and declares he’s ready to give up his eternal bachelor ways.
There’s no reason to change for me. I’m not interested in men and their scheming ways.
Wally doesn’t know the word quit, though. He pushes and pushes and pushes. He claims he’ll hand me the world on a platter. All I have to do is divulge all my secrets to him first.
Yeah, right. I’ve heard that line before.
Only I get the feeling Wally isn’t feeding me some line. With every promise he fulfills, with every touch I allow, I’m starting to think miracles can happen. Especially at Christmastime.
Maybe Wally’s right. Maybe Love will OUT this Christmas.
This seasoned romantic comedy features a woman who’s been burned by her past – literally – there were flames and everything, an eternal bachelor ready to give up his bachelor ways who will pull out all the stops to make sure his Angel stays safe, a group of friends who will do just about anything to find out what in the world is going on since someone’s not telling, and a makeshift family of former Army buddies who can not only tell dirty jokes but still have skills.
A Christmas for Chrissie is a standalone book in the Love will OUT romantic comedy series.
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I tap my foot as I wait for Wally to cross the parking lot. “What is it this time?”
“Who are you?” he asks.
“Christina Lindberg, aka Chrissie.”
“Don’t be a smartass. You know what I mean.”
He means he did a background check on me and ran into a big, fat blackhole. Why he thinks I’m going to fill him in is beyond me. We’re not friends. More like frenemies. Besides, I won’t be filling in my friends about my past either.
I shrug and twirl around to open the door to the pub. Wally grabs my upper arm to stop me. I don’t think so. I jerk out of his hold and whirl around at him with my fists at the ready. He retreats with his hands raised.
“I mean you no harm.”
I snort and drop my hands. “Then, stop sticking your nose where it doesn’t belong.”
His nostrils flare before he strides forward right into my personal space. “You are my business.”