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A Fairytale Christmas: Baby Beneath the Christmas Tree\Magic Under the Mistletoe

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"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
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Published by Harlequin Books (first published November 1st 2010)
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I was drawn to this holiday anthology first by the title, and then by knowing that the stories were connected, with overlapping characters. I don't think I've ever read a holiday anthology by different authors where the stories were connected, and it was a really fun, sweet, light-hearted read. The first story was about Gwen, a single mom with a young baby, who is hired as an administrative assistant. She and her boss have an undeniable connection that blossoms into sweet holiday romance.

In the
Donna Alward
Nov 22, 2010 rated it it was amazing
An enchanting duo of holiday stories featuring two sisters, Gwen and Gill. In Meier's Baby Beneath the Christmas Tree, we meet young single mum Gwen, hot hero Drew and his teenage son, Brody. Instantly likeable characters and a unique, whimsical setting made this a page-turning, enjoyable read. Wallace's debut Magic Under the Mistletoe blends a gorgeous Boston setting, a driven heroine (Gwen's sister Gill) and a hard-headed hero (Oliver) in a heart-warming read. If this is how Barbara Wallace be ...more
Two really cute Christmas stories.
Dec 06, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This rating is for the story by Susan Meier, "Baby Beneath the Christmas Tree."
I love this Christmas romance story as it features the bringing together of family, snow, Christmas trees, two second chance at romance lovers who were hurt by their previous relationships.
Gwen is a new mom, abandoned by her boyfriend, wanting to job to pay for completing her university degree so she can become a teacher.
Drew is a work-a-holic divorced dad trying to parent his son. They work together on the Christm
Leena Aluru
Dec 13, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Two very sweet love stories of 2 sisters make this anthology. Lots of Christmas good will adds to the charm.
Nancy S
This was a pleasant surprise that it contained two stories. Twin sisters Gwen and Gill. When I like a character (and being a romance it works out with the couple) it is nice that the next story gives a glimpse of the first couples continuing story while bringing a minor character from the first story and tells her story.

Both stories are nice and easy to read...interesting characters and what single lady doesn't want to find Mr. Right at the happiest time of year ...Christmas!
Two stories, twin sisters, love at Christmas a few years apart. I liked Gwen more than Gill, but both were perfectly fine stories. Nothing I loved, nothing I hated.
Dec 04, 2011 rated it liked it
Actually more like a 3.5.

I enjoyed the first of the two stories far greater than the second.

The author tied it together pretty well in the end.

A good holiday read.
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