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The Dad Who Saved Christmas

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A CONVENIENT CHRISTMAS FATHER He claimed he was no Santa, so why had Nick Clark made Faith Hewitt's Christmas wish come true? After charming her son, single-handedly saving the Christmas pageant and making the usually staid Faith swoon at the most inappropriate moments, he'd gone and proposed marriage!

She knew Nick's offer had only been to secure her son's future. What wou
Paperback, 216 pages
Published November 6th 2007 by Harlequin Books (first published 1997)
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Jeanie Jackson
Nov 23, 2014 Jeanie Jackson rated it really liked it
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A great Christmas novel. When a foster mother wants to keep her foster son, an old high school hero shows us to save the day! Sweet and simple, right? Sweet yes, but not so simple. Another couple have already applied for adoption. Neither he nor Faith really trust in relationships. They are falling for each other, and have been since high school. But neither will admit that they care for fear of being hurt. Accept that this is a story of the miracle of love and enjoy.
Dec 30, 2011 Cristina rated it it was amazing
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Uma belíssima história de amor... a três. Linda a maneira como a autora amarrou os fatos e as pessoas, tudo transcorre de uma forma natural, sem heroísmos ou grandes atos. Os protagonistas fazem apenas aquilo em que acreditam, e com essa simplicidade a história encanta.

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Award-winning author Karen Rose Smith was born in Pennsylvania. Although she was an only child, she remembers the bonds of an extended family. Family is a strong theme in her books and she suspects her childhood memories are the reason.

In college, Karen began writing poetry and also met her husband to be. They both began married life as teachers, but when their son was born, Karen decided to try
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