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Publisher Description

Brr baby, it's cold outside. It's time to deck the halls and ring those bells because Christmas is in the air. 

Delaney Du Luca had typical fabulous Hollywood holiday plans that included the sun, sand and the warm waters of Cancun until her B-list actor boyfriend publicly dumps her. Instead of staying home to sulk, she decides to head back to her quaint hometown in Vermont for some much-needed rest, relaxation and of course, her favorite holiday cookies. 

Aiden Fisher can't seem to catch a break. Still reeling from the loss of his wife, he's become the tail end of all the town's jokes when word spreads he's done the unthinkable; pulling over the town's sweetheart, never mind the fact she was speeding. With his one-time high school girlfriend, who's now a big time actress, back in town, everyone's focused on her. Meanwhile, he's just trying to keep his fan obsessed daughter in check and not get caught up in old memories.

With Santa's sleigh packed and ready to go, the only thing missing is the mistletoe.

Fiction & Literature
December 14
Books by Heidi McLaughlin, LTD
Heidi McLaughlin

Customer Reviews

beckera_ann ,

Holiday Masterpiece

Santa’s Secret is such a cute story of a second chance love at Christmas. I loved Delaney and Aiden. They dated briefly as teenagers, and once high school was over, Delaney moved to Los Angeles and fulfilled her dream of becoming an actress. Aiden’s characters was so relatable, because he’s a single parent, struggling to make ends meet. As a police officer in Ramona Falls, he’s best friends with Delany’s brother Dominic. I loved the dynamic between between characters, I thoroughly enjoyed Holly and how she reminded me so much of my nieces when they were seven. If you’re looking for something to read this holiday season, I definitely recommend picking this one up.

MoMoD2 ,


This story had everything I was looking for. A single dad and a second chance romance. With the bonus of happening around the holiday. I was rooting for the main characters the whole story. I enjoyed this story.

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