Here in one volume are two lively, and heartwarming romances set during the holidays from RITA award-winning romance author Susan Wiggs.
In The St. James Affair, Elaine St. James has it all: a thriving career as an elite Manhattan publicist, A-list best friends, and a gorgeous, high-profile boyfriend whom her parents adore. But when Byron breaks up with her on Christmas Eve, Elaine is faced with the prospect of spending the holidays alone--until the man she loved long ago reappears, much like a ghost from Christmas past. Tony Fiore was everything her Upper East Side parents wanted Elaine to avoid -- the Italian-American boy from Brooklyn was hardly an ideal match for their perfect socialite daughter. Despite their differences, she and Tony had always found themselves together on Christmas Eve, ice-skating at Rockefeller Center.--until the year Tony failed to show up and broke Elaine's heart. Now, seven years later, on another Christmas Eve, they might finally have a second chance at first love.
In Cinderfella, ace reporter Jack Riley is determined to keep open the Brooklyn youth center where he was a volunteer. But his privileged boss, Madeleine Langston, whom he had a love-hate relationship with, is the one obstacle standing in his way. He knows Madeleine could help grant the kids' wishes. And so he has a plan. All he needs is some faith, hope, and a very well-fitted tuxedo.
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About the Author
Susan Wiggs is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than fifty novels, including the wildly popular Lakeshore Chronicles and the instant New York Times bestsellers Family Tree and The Oysterville Sewing Circle. Her award-winning books have been translated into more than two dozen languages. She lives with her husband on an island in Washington State's Puget Sound.
Christina Traister, Earphones Award-winning narrator, has worked nationally as a professional actor for over fifteen years with a career focusing on classical theater. She teaches acting, voice, and stage combat in the Department of Theatre at Michigan State University.