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Megan's post-divorce life has proven more difficult than binge eating fruitcake. With no particular skill set, and the dating pool thinner than a piece of tinsel, she considers giving in to sweatpants, carbs, and bottomless mugs of eggnog. However, when her sisters ask her to renovate the old Mistletoe Lodge, she optimistically accepts.
Stone Reynolds has sworn off work and women. However, upon hearing about a rustic ski lodge in desperate need of remodeling, the handsome, rugged handyman can’t help but want in.
Megan is modern luxe, white fur, and chandeliers. Stone is rustic elements, vintage accents, and weathered wood. Megan is modern luxe, white fur, and chandeliers. Stone is rustic elements, vintage accents, and weathered wood. The last thing Megan needs is a flannel-wearing, country music loving, know it all contractor. The one thing Stone can’t afford is a beautiful, complicated distraction. As sleigh rides and mistletoe swirl around them, an unexpected kiss nearly melts the snow off their boots. As the old lodge gets a fresh start, will they discover that second chances aren’t just for fixer-uppers?
I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a minor in Statistics from The College of New Jersey but wish I would have been an Architect or studied Fashion or Interior Design.
I’m the author of Abby’s Adventures, a children’s series written to promote self-esteem, which earned recognition from Jess Weiner and the Dove Real Beauty Campaign.
Currently, I’m working on the finishing touches of Book Three in the McKenna Series and have three finished books waiting in the wings!
I am the recipient of the prestigious Award for Excellence in Writing given to me by Mrs. Uble, in second grade. (It still counts)
My very patient husband Joe and I live in a small town in New Jersey thirty minutes North of Philadelphia and an hour from my beloved Jersey Shore. We run a bed and breakfast of sorts, our home has a revolving door with three adult children, and one sweet grandson dropping in, some for extended stays.
On any given day you can find me fulfilling my interior design dreams by rearranging furniture at the expense of my husband’s bum. (After thirty years together, he should know to look before he sits.)
The second person who has had an influence on my views is Audrey Hepburn. She has influenced my decisions on both poise and style, but for me, Audrey taught me a very important life lesson. Her advice on true beauty was, “For beautiful eyes look for the good in others, for beautiful lips speak in words of kindness and for poise walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.” In a world where such heavy emphasis is placed on physical appearance, I’ve embraced her words and always look for people’s true beauty on the inside.
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