When the five Trask brothers and their wives gather together for Christmas, they're all looking forward to relaxing and celebrating the holidays.
But when the Trask brothers decide to cook the Christmas dinner, it's one disaster after another, until they realize that love and family is what Christmas is all about.
This is a short holiday story of approximately 7,500 words and can be read as a stand-alone.
Sophie slipped into her silk and lace nightgown, trying to hide a smile at her husband’s disgruntled tone.
“And we all brought Santa costumes,” Mitch grumbled.
“So who’s going to be Santa?” she inquired, tugging him toward the bed.
“All of us.”
“That will be fun.” She kissed him softly on the lips. “Next year you can be Santa for him or her.” She placed his hand on her stomach.
“I can’t believe we’re going to be parents.” Wonder, passion and tenderness gleamed in his eyes. “You know I’ll be the best dad I can possibly be.” His tone was fierce.
“I know.” She cupped his cheek. “And I’ll be the best mother I can be.”
“I know.” He kissed her deeply, his love for her shining through the touch of his lips on hers, his tender caresses, and the soft murmur of his voice as he made love to her.