Away in aabtruck stop? FA LA LA LAabLABOR! Okay, maybe driving solo cross-country in her eighth month wasn't the most brilliant idea Mirabella Waskowitz had ever had. And maybe she should have turned back when she heard the blizzard warnings. But the feisty mom-to-be certainly didn't need advice from that strapping Southern trucker who kept crossing her pathab. UNTIL HER WATER BROKE. Here it was Christmas Eve, and single dad Jimmy Joe Starr wanted only to be home with his young son. Instead, he was snowbound with a beautiful qvirginq who was about to give birth. Jimmy Joe had long ago stopped believing in miracles. But Mirabella and her baby were about to change thatab.Gotta stay with my truck. Ia#39;m gonna ... A truck crawling by on the interstate saw him standing there and blasted an airhom greeting. Jimmy Joe lifted his hand and waved, then started walking back toward his big blue Kenworth, still idling faithfully away as it had through that long, cold night. She looked a mite road- weary, he thought, covered with grime and snow sludge, mud flaps crusted with frozen mud.
|Title||:||One Christmas Knight|
|Publisher||:||Harlequin - 2011-07-15|