Blame It On the Mistletoe

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When Macy Carter's parents order her to bring her live-in boyfriend Sean home with her for Christmas she has no idea that her little white lie is just about to snowball into a fabrication of monstrous proportions. Sean isn't her boyfriend, he's her boss. Now she has to reveal the lie she's been telling her family for the past two years or hastily concoct an elaborate ruse to fool them instead. More

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Words: 27,580
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458085160
About Lily Graison

USA TODAY bestselling author Lily Graison writes historical western romances and dabbles in contemporary and paranormal romance. First published in 2005, Lily has written over a dozen romance novels that range from sweet to spicy.

She lives in Hickory, North Carolina with her husband, three high-strung Yorkies and more cats than she can count and is mother of two and grandmother of three. On occasion, she can be found at her sewing machine creating 1800’s period clothing or participating in civil war reenactments and area living history events. When not portraying a southern belle, you can find her at a nearby store feeding her obsession for all things resembling office supplies.

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Review by: Jutzie on Nov. 12, 2012 :
Macy Carter had a big problem. She told a lie to her mother. Macy told her that she had a boyfriend for the past two years and she just used her boss as that pretend man. The pretend man too busy to come home the past Christmas’s to meet her family. Only this year mom was not taking no for an answer. This lie sure came back to bite her, now what?

Sean Mathis had a rule that he wouldn't date an employee. That's why he never asked his young receptionist out. And that he must be way too old for her. When she tells him her dilemma with her families Christmas plans, that include him, Sean is more than willing to play along. But is it more than playing?

One of those sweet Christmas stories that took a big push to throw these two people together. Add five brothers and a mom wanting to see her daughter happy and you have a most unusual Christmas holiday surprise. Lily Graison writes several different genres and makes each story exciting. From paranormal to historical westerns and even a unique series with a band named Wicked.
**Sensual situations and mild language
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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