Baby, it's cold outside / Jennifer Probst, Emma Chase, Kristen Proby, Melody Anne, Kate Meader.
- ISBN: 9781442377080 (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book)
- ISBN: 1442377089 (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (1 audio file (12hr., 21 min.)) : digital
- Edition: Unabridged.
- Publisher: [United States] : Simon & Schuster Audio : 2014.
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Read by Deacon Lee, Madeleine Maby, Rebekkah Ross, and Sebastian York.
New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling indie authors Jennifer Probst, Emma Chase, Kristen Proby, Melody Anne, and debut author Kate Meader come together to write a sizzling romance anthology. Outside it may be frosty, so turn the heat way up with these stories of desire! Can a determined woman executive and a playboy billionaire survive being stranded together in a snowstorm? Jennifer Probst depicts an encounter almost too hot to handle...Drew and Kate play an encore to Tangled in this sexy take on a "Christmas Carol" by Emma Chase. When a Christmas Eve argument condemns Drew to a troubled night, three dream women teach him that no gift could be more tantalizing than Kate...With Kristen Proby, ski slopes are quite delightful. Grace Douglas is sure she'll never learn to ski, but instructor Jacob Baxter could teach her lessons of a different kind...Can a southern California transplant survive Montana's deep snows? Melody Anne, author of the bestselling Andersons series, melts the icy drifts completely away with the heat between sexy Hawk Winchester and brand-new teacher Natalie Duncan...What could be hotter than a firefighter? Kate Meader shows how hot it can get as Beck Rivera and heiress-turned-tattoo-artist Darcy Cochrane discover that nothing ignites holiday flames like rekindling a lost love...
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