"Lisa Plumley knows how to craft a terrific, heart-warming story." --The Romance Reviews
In Kismet, Michigan, Christmas is special: big fluffy snowflakes, sleigh bells, carolers singing. It's a picture-perfect holiday--you just have to choose who's in the frame. . .
Jason Hamilton is on thin ice with the board of his toy company. The young CEO may be a kid at heart, but his party boy reputation requires damage control. So Jason's off to Kismet to inspect a model store, stay on Santa's Nice list, and stick to business--no goofing around. Which is too bad, because the store manager, Danielle Sharpe, is the definition of what makes Naughty fun. . .
Danielle is thrilled to show off her thriving little toy store--especially if it's her ticket out of Kismet. The single mom is tired of manufacturing cheer solo while her ex-husband has all the fun. But if she'd known Jason was this hot, she wouldn't have offered to host him. With Jason in her house, Danielle is getting warmer than spiked cider. She's supposed to impress him with her expertise, not daydream about catching him under the mistletoe. Now whatever she does, she can't get swept up in the magic. . .
Raves for Lisa Plumley's Kismet Christmas Romances
"Laugh-out-loud. . ..Tugs at the heartstrings from the beginning and doesn't let up until the final page." --Publishers Weekly on Together for Christmas
"A deliciously satisfying, cocoa-worthy holiday read." --Library Journal on Holiday Affair
In the charming fourth contemporary set in Kismet, Mich., (after Together for Christmas), a charismatic CEO falls unexpectedly for a store manager. Jason Hamilton, the head of a chain of toy stores, is on vacation when a compromising picture shows up in the tabloids. The uptight mothers of America call for a boycott. To appease the board of directors with a sweet photo op, Hamilton travels to tiny Kismet to present an award to the company's most successful store. Expecting a silver-haired older woman, he's shocked instead to meet feisty single mother Danielle Sharpe. Six months after taking charge of the Kismet branch, Danielle's turned it into the most profitable location in the chain, and she has her eye on a corporate job. Jason and Danielle have incredible chemistry and very different ambitions that might drive them apart. Plumley paints a beautiful portrait of a town where the holiday spirit is felt all year round and gives readers warm glimpses of the couples from previous stories.