Twins For Christmas: A Little Christmas Magic / Lone Star

Twins For Christmas: A Little Christmas Magic / Lone Star Twins / A Family This Christmas Twins for ChristmasTheir little Christmas miracles Christmas with a single dad and his five year old twins, is just what nanny Emma Sinclair needs But for her brooding boss, Adam McAllister, the festive season is one he d rather forget Can Emma make him believe in festive magic again For two people who aren t in love and don t plan to be Poppy McCabe and Trace Caulder have amazing chemistry And now the longtime friends are about to get their most passionate wish becoming the adoptive parents of twin babies The catch They have to get marriedJenny Bostock was planning to escape the heartbreak of a family Christmas But when adorable twin boys crash into her on their skateboard closely followed by their sexy sin gle dad Cameron Roberts Jenny puts her travelling plans on hold

About the Author: Alison Roberts

I was born in Dunedin, New Zealand My father s medical career took us overseas when I was five, and I went to school in London for a year before moving to Washington, D.C Eventually we returned to Dunedin, where I finished school and then trained as a primary school teacher.After I married my husband, who works as a doctor, we moved to Christchurch where I worked for a time as a research technician in a hospital and indulged my academic interests by taking University courses in early European history and philosophy This was followed by another move to Glasgow, for two years This provided me with the perfect opportunity to pen my first novel a medical thriller with a good dash of romance Our return to New Zealand began a new chapter in my life, with my creative efforts being channelled into entertaining a baby daughter, renovating a very old farmhouse with an enormous garden and caring for a menagerie of donkeys, sheep, hens, dogs and cats which I happily began to collect.My writing led to a new passion in life when I went to research the ambulance service and fell in love with the job I became a qualified paramedic and spent many hours on the road I also spent many hours as a pony club mother as my talented daughter became an awesome eventer and broke in her own yearling who lived with us on another country property that became home after my marriage ended The massive earthquake in Christchurch in 2011 was life changing for many of us and I m currently embracing a new lifestyle in Auckland Writing continues to be my touchstone passion and I ve added a non fiction element as part of my new part time job as a clinical educator in the department of Paramedicine and Emergency Management at an Auckland university.My brilliant daughter, Becky, is now an amazing young sculptor who lives in Melbourne Apart from my writing, family and friends the other passions in my life are dancing Ceroc so much fun and learning French My dream is to spend a year or two in France in the not too distant future so that I can get really fluent It should be great research for new stories as well

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