Merry Christmas Reading!
Personally, I love reading Christmas fiction and watching Christmas movies. This year when the Christmas season rolls around, I’m going to be ready with my book list.
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Christmas is just around the corner, but Valerie Seldon is too stressed to enjoy it.
As a widowed mom to a four-year-old boy, Valerie can’t keep up. Between providing for her son and her aging father, plus worrying about the mounting bills and the potential loss of her apartment, there’s no room to even think about Christmas. But when her son convinces her to pick a tag off a Giving Tree, a request for a miracle might be just what she needs to restore her joy.
Jake Barnett loves his job at Impact Ministries, but his long hours have turned him into a social recluse. It’s been so long since he’s been interested in anybody that he doesn’t even know what qualities to look for anymore. But when a beautiful woman walks into the coffee place where his Giving Tree is located, he can tell there’s something special about her. Could the tag her son picks off the tree be the key that opens the door to his heart?
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Christmas is just around the corner, but Victoria Tremont is in no mood to celebrate.
Bored with her social butterfly lifestyle, Victoria longs to find that special someone. Naturally, when a handsome stranger walks into the coffee shop where she works, she turns on the charm. But when he fails to respond to her flirting the way men usually do, she’s perplexed. She finds out that he runs a ministry that builds affordable housing, and sees that if she wants to get his attention, all she has to do is volunteer. So what if it’s a faith-based ministry. Pretending to be a “church person” isn’t any different than pretending to like sports or a guy’s friends, right?
Brian Holman has relocated to Seattle, hoping to get away from women who don’t take commitment seriously. As the coordinator for Home Base, a nonprofit organization dedicated to building basic housing for those who would not otherwise be able to afford it, he has a purpose. Now, all he needs is a cure for his loneliness. But when a beautiful blonde volunteer catches his eye, he resolves to keep their relationship professional. He knows her type, and he’s been burned before. Is there a chance that he might be wrong about her?
Do you read Christmas stories all year ’round, or do you prefer to save them for the holiday season?