Author: Rachael Anderson
Release Date: June 2014
Publisher: HEA Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance
A super cute, super quick read!
Sometimes in the hustle and bustle of this season you just need to take a time out and delve into someone else's Christmas plans.
Mackenzie Tyler lives in APT 201...
Tyler Mackenzie lives in APT 102...
And sometimes the mailman mixes up their mail!
Tyler (Ty) gets frustrated with Mackenzie (Kenzie) when she reads his mail from his mom.
But when Ty turns over a postcard in his mailbox meant for Kenzie the words are right there and he can't help reading it.
When he realizes it is a break-up notice from Kenzie's fiancé who is overseas...
Ty has a decision to make~
Should he give it to Kenzie and possibly ruin her Christmas holiday...
Could he use this "twist of fate" in his favor and get Kenzie to fall in love with him without him having to be the 'rebound guy.'
PERFECT for Christmas break!
About the AuthorA USA Today bestseller, I'm a part-time writer and full-time mother of four. Over the years, I've become pretty good at breaking up fights, or at least sending guilty parties to their rooms. I can't sing, don't dance, and despise tragedies. But I recently figured out how yeast works and can now make homemade bread, which I am really good at eating.
Some other random things about me...
I have serious decision-making issues. I hate making them. Be it where to go for dinner or what movie to rent (unless there is a new romantic comedy available), my typical response is, "I don't care." The worst part is that I married someone with the same problem. Sometimes we drive around for an hour before one of us finally decides.
I love peanut butter. I couldn't live without it. One of my favorite treats is a spoon full of peanut butter dipped in milk chocolate chips. Yum!
I really don't like to empty the dishwasher. It has to be one of my least favorite jobs. But I don't mind loading it. Why is that?
Anne of Green Gables is one of my favorite movies (second only to Pride and Prejudice). I still have daydreams of living on Prince Edward Island. I hope that is what heaven is like. What a perfectly gorgeous place to live.
I bite my fingernails. It's a disgustingly bad habit, but one I have failed to break over the years. Maybe someday.
I wither when the temperature rises above 90 degrees.
I am an obsessive reader. Mainly novels. My favorite are romantic comedies, followed by suspense, then fantasy.
I love to drive fast. My speeding ticket history proves that.
Embarrassingly enough, there was one year of my life that I received 4 W-2's. I had a hard time finding a job that didn't bore me to death after the first month. Thankfully, I've taken to motherhood. Although, there are some days . . . :)
I absolutely HATE shaving my legs.
I am incredibly afraid of bees. You'd think I'm allergic, but I'm not. I act like a complete fool anytime one flies near me. It's embarrassing.
I love British and Australian accents. Who doesn't?
New Zealand is at the top of my travel wish list. It used to be Australia, but thanks to my sweet hubby, I've been able to go there.
Whenever I have to speak in front of a crowd, whatever is left of my brain freezes and I turn into an idiot. Seriously. I was asked to say the prayer in church a few months ago, and I said, "We're grateful to be here this Saturday," instead of Sunday. I told my husband, who was saying the closing prayer, that he needed to say Friday so I wouldn't feel so dumb. He didn't. Where's the love?
I do NOT have the patience of Job.
My dream mom vehicle is a Toyota Sequoia. But I think I will always drive a minivan. I'm far too practical and would rather spend the extra money on a fun vacation. Maybe to New Zealand.
I have an intense fear of heights, yet I love extreme roller coasters. Explain that one.
I LOVE playing games. Ticket to Ride and Yahtzee Free for All are my current favorites.
One of the lights on our entryway chandelier has this large paint blotch on it, compliments of me. I have yet to figure out a way to get it off. I'm praying the light bulbs never burn out because then we'll have a very dark foyer.
I love watching my children while they sleep. Like perfect little angels. I'd be like that mother in the bookI'll Love You Forever, and pick them up to snuggle if I wasn't afraid that I would wake them up.