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Baby It's Cold Inside

Brigham Vaughn

Publisher: Brigham Vaughn

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A trip to visit his boyfriend Nate's parents during the holidays leaves Emerson a nervous wreck. Bad weather and an unfortunate mix-up leads to an awkward first introduction, and as things deteriorate from there, Emerson begins to doubt if their relationship will survive the stressful weekend. Can Emerson get everything back on track and impress the Collins family in time to have a Merry Christmas?

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