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Not Another New Year's Mass Market Paperback – December 26, 2006

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Book 2 of 2 in the Holiday Duets Series

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About the Author

Christie Ridgway has never lived east of the Pacific Ocean, north of San Francisco, or south of San Diego. To put it simply, she's a California native who loves to travel but is happy to make the Golden State her home. She began her writing career in fifth grade when she penned a volume of love stories featuring herself and a teen idol who will probably be thrilled to remain nameless. Later, though, after marrying her college sweetheart, Christie again took up writing romances, this time with imaginary heroes and heroines. In a house full of males—one terrific husband, two school-age sons, a yellow dog, and tankfuls of fish, reptiles, and amphibians—Christie makes her own place (and peace) writing the kinds of stories she loves best.


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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 373 pages
  • Publisher: Avon (December 26, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 006114021X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061140211
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.3 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,958,991 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Christie Ridgway is a California native and author of over forty-five contemporary romances. A six-time RITA finalist and USA Today bestselling author, she writes sexy, emotional reads starring determined heroines and the men who can't help but love them. She has a Career Achievement award from RT Book Reviews and twice has received their Reviewer's Choice award for best contemporary romance of the year. Married to her college sweetheart, Christie lives in Southern California in a house filled with boys and pets. She writes as an escape from sports equipment, football on TV, and dog hair.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Georgia Peach on September 26, 2007
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The secondary romance was far more compelling to me than the main couple's. I don't want to give anything away about the characters because their backstories shaped them, but both, Tanner and Hannah, came off as slightly neurotic. Whereas with the other two, you could tell this couple needed each other. I didn't get that impression with Tanner and Hannah. I could see them being a fling, something that healed the past hurts, allowing them to move on to other partners. But I didn't get the sense they would die without the other being in their lives. Nevertheless, I enjoyed the book.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Banker on January 17, 2007
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I found the story line to be light hearted in spite of the "suspense." I loved the characters, going back to the same little town. The secondary romance was nicley done and a very nice addition to the main romance with Hannah and Tanner.

The story flowed together nicley and kept you hanging in there.

I really enjoyed this book and have recommended it already.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By IndigoRaiyne on June 9, 2008
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I enjoyed this book immensely. Christie Ridgway is fast becoming one of my "must read" authors. So far, I haven't read a book by her that was terrible.

Not Another New Years is a sequel to Must Love Mistletoe, which is also a great book. It is the story of Tanner Hart and Hannah Davis and Troy Hart and Desiree.

It is well written, fast paced and witty. The characters were strong and made you care about them. I liked that Troy and Tanner shared the story. It was like having two books in one.

I liked that Hannah really grew as the book progressed. I also enjoyed Desiree more than I thought I would and was glad that her story was told as she intrigued me in Mistletoe. I do wish that her relationship with Finn had somehow been resolved.

I didn't understand Hannah's obsession with finding Caroline and it almost seemed like an afterthought. Their interaction was very limited and I didn't see Caroline as necessary for Hannah to come to terms with her relationship with Duncan. I would have liked it better if Hannah had sought her out for friendship.

I also wasn't overly fond of the ending. I felt like it just stopped. I would have liked to see an epilogue just to wrap things up a little more.

Overall, this was an excellent book and I highly recommend it.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tracy Vest VINE VOICE on February 7, 2007
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Dejected at having lost her fiance to another woman, small town schoolteacher Hannah Davis travels to San Diego for a holiday and to check out the competition. When her luggage and purse is stolen, she walks into a Coronado bar and finds a stranger nursing a beer. Hannah has spent most of her life doing what is expected of her, even going so far as to never learn to drive since her elder sister died in a car accident. Wanting desperately to shed her good girl image (and not having money for a hotel room), she uses a fake name and asks him to take her to bed. The next morning, she awakes to find a shrieking female named Desiree and realizes that this man is taken. What she doesn't realize is that he's the tour guide her uncle arranged to show her the sites.

Tanner Hart just wanted to cure an eleven month dry spell, never expecting the woman he brought home (who then passed out) is the same woman he promised Geoff he would protect from predatory men like him. But Hannah has gotten under his skin, and the more the disgraced secret service agent is around her, the more he realizes how complex she is and the more he wants her. Complicating matters is Desiree, the woman who caused his downfall in a deadly kidnapping attempt overseas. But she appears to have her eyes on another Hart...

With Ridgway's latest, readers get two romances for the price of one. Her writing is crisp, as is the dialogue. And of course there are Ridgway's trademark sizzling love scenes. She also tosses in some unexpected twists to make the story not so predictable. Tanner's brother Troy was a great stand out character - ex-Marine and closet health nut/vegetarian. One qualm I had was Hannah's reaction to seeing the ocean in San Diego/Coronado. Hello? She is from Northern California not Kansas; the ocean is only an hour or so away from even the most interior cities.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Christa Lynn Griffith on March 29, 2009
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I really enjoyed this book. And I don't normally read. Maybe because I could relate to the heroine, she's a teacher and so am I. The story takes place near San Diego and I used to live there, so the author was very true to the descriptions of the area. She became alot more gutsy as the book went on, and I became more engrossed in the plot. There was a side story that was a little hard to keep up with. For the most part I would recommend this book and I plan on getting more from this author.
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By KPC on November 27, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
Hannah has an ex-fiance who goes off and marries someone else while still engaged to her. Hannah is now on a mission to find the wife and get answers as to why she was left for someone else. She is feeling unwanted and undesirable.
Hannah arrives in the small town of Coronado and gets drunk on New Years eve at Troy's bar and goes home with "Finn" even though it is Tanner. Of course things don't go as planned and they figure out who each other really are in the morning. Oops.

Tanner is suppose to show Hannah a good time and be her tour guide while she is relaxing in the small town, not fall in bed or love with her. Hannah's uncle was Tanner's and Finn's boss in the secret service and has asked Tanner to "look after" Hannah.
Tanner is an ex-special ops agent that was there the day that a co-worker was killed and finn lost his eye and is now on leave from the job. He feels responsible because of a photo taken of him with Dez while on duty during the attempted assassination.

Dez is around and still after Troy who wants nothing to do with her. He eventually breaks down and admits his feelings, then trouble comes a knocking...
Since hannah and Dez look similar there is a case of mistaken identity with Hannah...assassins think that Hannah is Dez and attempt to kidnap her.

Tanner comes to the rescue and realizes before it is too late that he is in love with Hannah.
Hannah finds her closure with Duncan and finds love and being wanted by another person with Tanner.

Overall the story is good and we see everyone happily ever after. I just felt this relationship escalated so fast between Tanner and Hannah. In like a 6 day period they were madly in love with each other, which I guess I just felt was sorta forced. Otherwise, the story itself is really good. A little suspense, some surprises along the way. Hot and steamy scenes making you wish it never ended. Great story overall.
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