Rule #1: Stick to plain black in cold weather

Chicago lawyer Mallory Trent has always followed her mother's rules for being practical. But that won't attract attorney Carter Compton, the gorgeous package she'd love to unwrap this Christmas!

Rule #2: When you travel, don't leave any dirty laundry behind

When they're sent to Manhattan for a case, Mallory wishes she'd left all her sensible clothes behind. While Carter discusses legal briefs, she fantasizes about "debriefing" him out of his boxers! So she calls ImageMakers, which promises "a new you."

Rule #3: Never lose control

Sporting a sexy red suit and a new attitude, Mallory corners the surprised lawyer under the mistletoe. His hard evidence proves that losing control may not be sensible, but when was sensible ever exciting?


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Mistletoe Over Manhattan
by Barbara Daly

Harlequin (Temptation)
December 1, 2003
ISBN #037369153X
Paperback (reprint)
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