In THREE CHRISTMAS WISHES, three people make heartfelt wishes on Christmas Eve, and their lives will never be the same. Ryan Walker, a mall security guard, is going to be alone again on Christmas. Due to heartbreak and loss in his life, he can’t seem to muster up any Christmas spirit for this holiday. When a sensitive lost boy and his sweet mom come into Ryan’s life, his painful past rises up and he struggles to choose the right path.
In HEARTS OF HANUKKAH, there's star-crossed love, a menorah missing for 74 years, and a loving Jewish family torn apart during Hanukkah / Chanukah. HEARTS OF HANUKKAH is a journey of hearts during the Festival of Lights begins with a request for a mitzvah--a good deed. When ninety-one-year-old Moshe asks his adult grandson, Benjamin, for a complicated mitzvah, it throws the family's Hanukkah plans for a loop. Moshe’s secret, long-lost wartime sweetheart has found him through the Internet! Now, she wants to see him again, as soon as possible. Benjamin's wife isn't happy that his grandfather can't wait until after Hanukkah, but time is of the essence. So, Benjamin and his grandfather set out on a road trip in a blizzard to reunite Moshe with his long-lost Sarah.
(THREE CHRISTMAS WISHES is 20,000+ words. HEARTS OF HANUKKAH is 40,000+ words.)