Santa’s Helper: Marybeth Write is a kindergartner on a mission many deem impossible—to see her dad marry their neighbor by Christmas. To accomplish this mission, she’ll have to go straight to the top—her grandmother and the big guy himself—Santa! A kid’s gotta do what a kid’s gotta do.
Five years ago when District Attorney Houston Write lost his wife to breast cancer, he began going through the motions of life without truly living. Then choreographer Sabrina Ingles moved in across the street and reignited a fire within him he thought was long gone. Now Houston is ready to live again and give his child the mother she deserves.
When Sabrina Ingles’ marriage went down in flames, she swore off relationships and the trouble that accompanies them. But how could she shield herself against the most adorable little girl ever? Marybeth quickly became a part of Sabrina’s heart as Sabrina’s undeniable attraction to Houston grew stronger. Guarding her heart against the type of man fantasies are jealous of has become a full-time job, but she refuses to be burned again.
When I began the writing the Write brother’s series, I decided I wanted one of the brothers to be a widower. I know a young woman who has lost her husband, and needless to say, she is devastated. In romance you fall in love with “the one” for you, but what if your “one” dies?
There are four Write brothers. Austin’s story was told first in Tell Her How You Feel, and the other brothers were introduced. I asked readers to help me choose which brother’s story would be next, and Houston won by a landslide. Dallas was chosen next, so that left Tyler for last. Visit Son 4 Sale for information related to the Write Brothers sereis.
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