My Valentine 1993

My Valentine 1993

"Simple Charms"

Four Valentine’s Day stories from four bestselling authors…

Saints Alive by Anne Stuart

When Shannon Donnelly met divorce lawyer Patrick Lockwood in a crowded courtroom, the attraction was inexplicably instantaneous. They were complete opposites – him cynical, her sentimental – but there was no denying that sudden sizzle. What they didn’t know was that they were pawns in a love-or-lust contest between Saint Valentine and Eros.

Chocolate Kisses by Judith Arnold

Caterer Claudia Mulcahey was known for her kisses – chocolate kisses. The ones that were ruined by a near collision with a crazed cyclist. Now, with only hours before a gala Valentine debutante ball, she demanded the crazy Ned Wyatt help her replace the confections. But why did she suddenly dream of how those chocolate kisses would taste…on Ned’s lips?

Simple Charms by Anne McAllister

Twenty-three second graders couldn’t be wrong – Jane Kitto needed a real man in her life, not just a secret admirer who, every Valentine’s Day, sent her a tiny charm. Jane wasn’t sure she agreed with her pint-size Cupids, especially when their candidate turned out to be Zack Stoner, a man from Jane’s past, presently determined to charm her more than any simple trinket ever could.

Ms. Scrooge Meets Cupid by Linda Randall Wisdom

They called her ‘Scrooge of February 14’ but Claire Madison had had more than her share of Valentine horrors. Now summoned to her grandmother’s country inn, she was forced to spend two weeks in a town called Cupid’s Corners. She made it through the Cupid Cake Fest, but what she found at the town’s Valentine dance was too much to bear!