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Dear Santa: A Christmas Wish (The Holiday Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
Fall in love SIXTEEN times over when you read each of these touching holiday stories, brimming with hope, Christmas cheer, and thrilling romance.
Mimi Barbour – Alone at Christmas: Being alone is Tara’s worst nightmare, especially during the holidays. Her wish comes true when she finds Mr. Right injured and stranded, but will they survive the dangerous storm?
Rebecca York – Christmas Miracle 1935: Can he trust her enough to help free her father from jail?
Patricia Rosemoor – Marrying Molly: Dear Santa, Please let me meet a McKenna man who will help me end Sheelin O’Keefe’s horrible curse on both our families. Molly Kavanaugh
Susanne Matthews – What Dottie Wants: All Ronnie wants is to give Dottie a great Christmas, but not being able to find the doll she wants may make that impossible.
Traci Hall – Christmas Kiss: Can a teenage crush become forever love?
Angela Stevens – Dear Sinterklaas: Dan had his heart stolen by a girl on summer vacation, now it’s Christmas time, and with a little bit of magic from Sinterklaas, he hopes to make his Christmas wish come true.
Stacy Eaton – Finding Love with Dear Santa: All Faith wants is to get her life back on track.
Stephanie Queen – He Has Santa: A second chance hockey romance.
Josie Riviera – A Chocolate Box Christmas Wish: He’s been all over the world. She’s a home-town girl. Can a holiday wish bridge the gap?
Mona Risk – Dalia’s Christmas Wish: Will the doctor make the right decision between an angry fiancée and a medical emergency?
Rachelle Ayala – Toy Soldier Christmas: Can a toy soldier make her wish come true?
Dani Haviland – A Plate of Christmas Cookies: Is it too much to ask for a second miracle?
Taylor Lee – Please Christmas: Be Done: When his 7 year old son ran away looking for Santa... and all his teenage daughter wants for Christmas is for it to be done....the district attorney concedes not only did he lose his wife to cancer, but he was in danger of losing his children.
Susan Jean Ricci – Cruising for Mr. Right: Can a widow discover second chance romance aboard a Christmas cruise and make the right choice between two adoring men?
Alyssa Bailey – Christmas Wishes and You: Beth’s Christmas Wish of a Second Chance at Love could happen if only she would be willing to risk her heart... again.
Nancy Radke – Zsuzsa’s Christmas Wish: She asks Santa for a strong man to help corral a mule that won’t stay home and is given a rancher who plans to corral her.
- ASIN : B08JD44G6D
- Publisher : Chill Out!; 4th edition (27 October 2020)
- Language : English
- File size : 2830 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 1476 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 133,898 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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When NHL player, Dylan, received a letter to Santa, he was sure there was a mixup at the post office. Until he saw the return address. Could it be from June, the girl who walked away from him years ago? No way. She got married and moved to New York so she couldn't be living at her parent's house. If she is, was it her child who wrote to Santa? Going to the address to get some answers, he found June and realized his feelings for her were as strong as ever. He got the answers he was looking for and even more than he expected. June had sent the letter to him and the child who wrote it was his! His emotions were all over the place. He still loved June but was angry that she kept his daughter from him for six years. He was a great guy who wanted to get to know his child and be in her life so he knew he had to get over his anger. June never stopped loving Dylan. I was happy to see how much June had matured and regretted letting her insecurities get the better of her when she was younger. He had a right to be angry but she hoped he could get over it enough to be part of his daughter's life, if not hers.
This is a wonderful Christmas story. The letter to Santa was heart-breaking but, all in all, it was a feel-good story with a HEA that I highly recommend.