All I Want for Christmas is You
By Suzie Housley
Jan 14, 2010 - 7:17:14 PM

Ileana Dupress’s whole world changed the day she lost her job.  She thought that she could count on her boyfriend to stand beside her during this difficult time, but he showed his true colors and found someone else.  Now her rent and bills are piling up; she knows if she doesn’t do something that she could become homeless.



Ileana makes a decision to become a paid escort.  She knows that she has the looks that will take her far in the business.  She interviews for a job to spend Christmas with a man who is a friend to her potential client.  Her imagination runs wild at who she will find with this assignment.

Casey Logan was once an Olympic medalist but was injured ending his quest for the gold.  His fiancée turned her back on him when he was injured.  Her rejection caused him to shut himself away in his mansion. 

When Casey learns his friend Jeff had hired Ileana to spend Christmas with him he was surprised.  Her beauty takes his breath away and he decides to allow her to stay.  It doesn’t take long to see that Ileana is a caring person, so he invites her to stay overnight for Christmas.

Ileana decides to bring Christmas cheer into Casey’s world. The two of them go in search of a Christmas tree.  In Casey’s eyes she can see that there is much he is not telling her.  She wants to discover why a man as handsome as he is spending Christmas alone.

Christmas is a time when miracles occur.  When strangers meet and learn they belong together.  Will Ileana and Casey discover they were meant for each other?  Or when Christmas is over, will he send her away and go back to his lonely world?

ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU offers a magical Christmas tale.  This was my first book by author Dahlia Rose, but it certainly will not be my last.  Her talent as a writer is very impressive.  Casey and Ileana were two wounded souls who deserved to find one another.  This is the type of romance that leaves you with a smile on your face once you finish. 

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