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Publisher Description

Candice Gaines loves Christmas. Not only does she bask in the twinkling lights, sing Christmas carols and go crazy with the decorations, she’s also in the giving spirit, donating much of her time and wealth to various charities in the local area.

Charlie Sullivan despises Christmas. Though it keeps his family afloat, considering they own Sullivan Family Christmas Tree Farm, the main provider for Christmas trees on the Monterey peninsula. He’d much rather work among the trees versus have to deal with people.

But Charlie’s parents are taking on more philanthropic projects—and as their oldest child, they want him to be their official public representative. He just has to play nice and convince everyone he’s not a total holiday hater.

When Charlie’s mom asks Candice to accompany him to a variety of holiday parties and events, she reluctantly agrees. She thinks Charlie is a big ol’ Grinch, but is determined to change his mindset and help him spread Christmas cheer. Charlie finds Candice too chatty, too sweet, too much. Do people like her really exist?

Why yes, yes they do. The more time they spend together—along with a few kisses under the mistletoe—the more they start to like each other. Hopefully Charlie can convince Candice he doesn’t have a heart that’s two sizes too small before the ball drops on New Year’s Eve.

October 15
EM Publishing
EM Publishing

Customer Reviews

theeuphoricaffair ,

Amazing holiday read!

I enjoyed this story so much! The spark between charlie and caidance was great! I thought it could use a little bit more passion. Overall the story was great!

chunting1999 ,

Sweet Christmas hallmark style story

Enjoyed the week written story & lovable characters!

Tiggy/Cookie ,


First time reading this author. The story was too sweet, too cutesy, wasn’t new or different. Didn’t much care for the writing style, like she was talking to the reader. Didn’t understand why she got so upset with Charlie and his mother at what she perceived was a big lie, to me it was really nothing. A few curse words, but more suitable for teenagers than a mature reader.

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