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Publisher Description

Miranda did not put adventure on her Christmas list, but thanks to her eighty-five-year-old neighbor Joy, that's exactly what she's getting this year. When Joy tells Miranda that she plans to drive an old RV decked out in Christmas decorations from their Chicago neighborhood to her new retirement digs in Phoenix--in the dead of winter, no less--the much younger Miranda insists that Joy cannot make such a trip by herself. Besides, a crazy trip with Joy would be more interesting than another Christmas home alone. Unemployed and facing foreclosure, Miranda feels she has nothing to lose by packing a bag and heading off to Route 66. But Joy has a hidden agenda for their Christmas joyride--and a hidden problem that could derail the whole venture.

No one captures the heartwarming fun of the Christmas season quite like Melody Carlson. Fasten your seat belt, because it's going to be an exciting ride!

Fiction & Literature
August 25
Baker Publishing Group
Baker Book House Company

Customer Reviews

Brendareview ,

The True Meaning of Christmas

This book was a joy!....Simply written but, yet, it was deeply woven with the complexities of how people face their losses and heartbreaks at Christmas...this will be a book I will read over every Christmas to help me capture that true Christmas spirit and why giving and caring are the true gifts that God intends for us to give each other during this blessed Season.....

Debora Wilder ,

A delightful story filled with Christmas spirit.

Joy Jorgenson is a very sweet and quirky woman. Her greatest joy is bringing joy to others. She has a blog called Christmas Joy where she shares holiday tips and advice. After running a contest on her blog to find people who need help celebrating Christmas she wants to deliver the prizes in person. I really loved this wonderful character and how she was able to thoroughly plan each person’s special Christmas surprise.

There was such a wonderful variety of people that she chose to bless it was fun to read the different stories. Though they were all going through hard times of one type or another they embraced the festivities of the holiday season. Some of them did take a little persuading first.

This story was a wonderful reminder that we should try to bring love and joy to others during the Christmas season.

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest opinion.

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