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Happy Release Day to our triplets – Swiss Mistletoe and Macarons by Amey Zeigler, Snow Kiss Cookies To Die For by Wendy Kendall, and Ginger Snapped by Shelley Sullivan White. This installment of Santa’s Crumbs has a new release for every reading taste – a sweet romance, a mystery, and a mildly-spicy romance. First of our triplets is Swiss Mistletoe and Macarons by Amey Zeigler – a sweet romance to melt your heart. Here’s more: Baking enthusiast Livi Hanson never misses Jean-Marc’s online videos. Hoping to save money for pastry school, she agrees to nanny over Christmas break in Switzerland for generous overtime pay. To expand his audience, pastry chef and internet star Jean-Marc Dobrinsky scores a contract for a network TV slot with one caveat: he needs an attractive co-host who equals him in the kitchen. When she’s invited to bake with Jean-Marc, Livi must prove she has the culinary chops, and Jean-Marc must put aside his pride. Can they rise to the challenge, or will it flop? Next we add a touch of dance wit Wendy Kendall’s Snow Kiss Cookies to Die For. Here’s the back of the book blurb: First grade teacher Desiree Tucker is on the brink of winter holidays with her new, romantic boyfriend when danger encroaches on her joy. Ominous, untraceable texts buzz on her cell phone. Terrifying secret Santa gifts show up for her in the classroom. As the stalker moves closer to the prey, Desiree doesn’t know who she can trust. Her charming new man is a prime suspect. Is he a deadly stalker? If not him, who? What can she learn from the legend of the snow kiss cookie? Just when she’s starting to believe in magic again, she finds herself fighting for her life. Our third triplet is Shelley White’s Ginger Snapped. Here’s more about how she turns up the heat: Ranger Eli Vance is done dating crazy redheads. Yet, he still finds himself attracted to one particular camper who seems crazier than usual. Former Scissortail Scout, Chelsea Davis just wants to make it through the alumni campout with her friends without freezing her tail off. She’s trying to make the best of it, but the handsome ranger keeps crossing her path at the worst possible moments. He probably thinks she’s nuts. After an accidental night together and an enlightening cookie exchange, they find themselves closer than they’d planned. Does Eli need a little crazy in his life to be happy or are he and Chelsea still too distant to tempt a relationship?