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Publisher Description

Come home this Christmas to...

CHRISMAS TOWN, TENNESSEE

Where everyday dreams come true!


New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Ginny Baird continues her heartwarming holiday series...


A MOMMY FOR CHRISTMAS

(Christmas Town, Book 2) 


Northern Virginia attorney Ben Winchester has spent the past four years being the best single dad he could be to his eight-year-old daughter Lily. Yet, last Christmas, he was unable to give her the one thing she asked for: a mommy. Since his late-wife's death, Ben has scarcely dated at all. He's also had a hard time with the holidays. When Ben and Lily venture to Christmas Town, Tennessee for Ben's sister's December wedding, they discover a village infused with holiday joy. Upbeat Sandy Claus runs the Snow Globe Gallery...loves sleigh bells, winter and kids. She has a special way about her, and is the most caring and intuitive person Ben has ever met. When Ben finds himself falling for the beautiful blonde with big blue eyes, she hesitates about becoming involved due to some unusual family history. Despite complications that ensue, will true love prevail with Ben making his—and Lily's—fondest Christmas wishes come true?

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2016
December 25
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
356
Pages
PUBLISHER
Winter Wedding Press
SELLER
Winter Wedding Press
SIZE
1.8
MB

Customer Reviews

WhatIReallyThink ,

Welcome to Christmas (& Almost Utopia!)

Perhaps in part it is my appreciation from having been a lone parent, for the seemingly rare occurence of a date’s genuine interest in and appropriately interacting with my child, that makes me especially enjoy a story like this. Of course, in this book it is a woman who does that ‘heavy lifting’, as she falls in love with the widowed man who’s new in town, along with his young daughter, who desperately wants a new mother. And certainly, the story is a fantasy; we know that. But there is indeed quite a bit of lovely “Christmas magic” feeling bound up in this book. The town’s mystique and some cultural ‘oddities’ that will delight not just the adult reader but the inner child we each harbour. It’s a lovely, gentle read, great to fill a couple of Christmas holiday afternoons!

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