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A Celebration Christmas THE GREATEST GIFT OF ALL Lily Palmer Is In For The Christmas Of A Lifetime When The Nanny Signs Up To Watch Dr Cullen Dunlevy S Four Foster Kids, She S Got Her Hands Full The Thomas Clan Is The Most Mischievous Group Of Youngsters She S Ever Had To Wrangle, But Lily Loves The Job After All, What Girl Wouldn T Adore Spending The Holidays With A Warmhearted New Family And Their Irresistibly Handsome Foster Dad Cullen Doesn T Mind Christmas, But His Scrooge Like Facade Is There For A Reason To Protect Himself His Tough Childhood Caused Him To Hide Behind His Work And Avoid Entanglements At All Costs That Includes Avoiding Falling For The Deliciously Tempting New Nanny That Santa Left For Him This Year


10 thoughts on “A Celebration Christmas

  1. says:

    Good book Cullen desperately needs a nanny to ride herd on his four foster kids They are pretty wild and have succeeded in driving away his housekeeper, leaving him with no help Enter Lily, a second grade teacher looking to pick up some extra income while school is out for the holidays She has a handle on things immediately, leaving Cullen very impressed and noticing a lot than Lily s nanny skills.Lily has noticed Cullen too She finds him incredibly attractive, but she s not in the market for a man right now Her engagement had recently come to a rather spectacular end, leaving her unsure of herself when it comes to relationships But the time she spends with Cullen and the kids, the things start to feel like a real family She s afraid to start believing in a future because Cullen has a reputation for avoiding commitment She can see him holding back with the kids and wonders if he ll ever be able to open his heart all the way.Cullen took custody of the four kids when their parents died Their father had been his best friend and he had promised to be there if he was needed He doesn t feel qualified to keep them, so he is trying to find a family that will adopt all four of them, not an easy task He had had a rough childhood and fears being too much like his father to ever be a husband or father When Lily comes to work for him and take care of th...


  2. says:

    3.5 Stars


  3. says:

    A Celebration Christmas by Nancy Robards Thompson is a wonderful holiday read The book has great characters, romance and a unique message about the gift of love.Lily Palmer arrives at Cullen Dunlevy s home as Angie, his former housekeeper is running out the front door Angie advises Lily to Run while you can Run and save yourself Lily is a second grade teacher who needs a part time job during the holiday school break As Cullen interviews Lily for the nanny position, she takes in her surroundings The home is designer perfect, stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops, large couch and huge flat screen TV Lily notices that there are no holiday decorations and Cullen has not bought a Christmas tree Although the Dunlevy house appears to be perfect at first glance, it s missing the spirit of Christmas.Nancy Robards Thompson creates a fabulous holiday story The four Thomas children are orphans their parents were killed in a car accident and they have no relatives Cullen has agreed to take them for the month of December while his attorney searches for a home for them Cullen is dedicated doctor he s all business a G...


  4. says:

    When Dr Cullen Dunlevy finds himself the unexpected guardian of four young children, he enlists with a large cash bonus the help of his housekeeper Angie until he can hire a proper Nanny But their latest prank has her running right out the door where she just so happens to run into Lily Palmer here to interview for the Nanny position Angie laughed It was a bitter sound I have two pieces of advice for you, Lily Palmer she said Run while you can Run and save yourself It was precisely at that point, on page 17, that I knew I was going to LOVE this book.Take a Scrooge like sexy doctor, a second grade teacher with a giant heart and throw in four rambunctious insecure grieving ...


  5. says:

    This is a quick Christmas read with a Sound of Music sort of theme Nanny comes to save the day when a bachelor is overwhelmed after taking in his best friend s four children, orphaned due to a car accident.Lily loves children and is looking to make some extra money during the Christmas break from her teaching job She thought she d be married and working on her own family by now, but unexpected events have left her to only dream about a loving husband and family.Cullen is a busy doctor whose own tough childhood and divorce have left him certain he has no business being a father But he is attracted to Lily immediately, even tho...


  6. says:

    OoooooH ok this is so good I had to do a review now and I am not even finished First I have to say I love the back story on this book as I too loved the Sound of Music growing up however this book is phenominal From the time you meet Lilly you are instantly in love by her kindness and Dr Cullen just makes you want to scoop him up and keep him with his calm...


  7. says:

    This is one of those nanny falls in love stories with a twist the father is actually the best friend of the 4 children s dead parents, and he s taking care of them while his attorney is trying to get them all adopted together.The story didn t bother me, although I found that it a little annoying that Lily, the temporary nanny, is falling into the same pattern that ...


  8. says:

    i won this book through a FB contest reading the summary, i was interested in the plot, but i was hooked within the first few pages i liked how the author embedded the kids into the story it wasn t just the couple s hero and heroine but a real family love story it was a great read.


  9. says:

    I m giving it 3.5 4 starsThe ending was abit tad sudden with all sunshine and happy rainbows Not that I minded obviously I think it should have lasted longer It would have been nice to read a in depth realisation that hit cullen at the end but all in all, it was a good holiday read


  10. says:

    Great Christmas read


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