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Mistletoe Miracles

Mistletoe Miracles

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"A small-town Texas Christmas story, where hearts are lost, love is found, and family always brings you back home. Griffin Holloway is desperate: the Maverick Ranch has been in his family for generations, but lately, it's a money pit. He'd sooner marry one of his horses than sell the ranch. Marriage, though, could be a solution. If he can woo a wealthy bride, he might save the ranch--just in time for Christmas. Jaxon O'Grady likes his solitude just fine, thank you very much. But when a car accident brings the unexpected to his door, he realizes just how much one person can need another. Crossroads is the perfect place for Jamie Johnson: avoiding nosy questions about why she's single, she's happy to keep to her lakeside home. So she's baffled when she gets the strangest Christmas present of all, in the form of a Mr. Johnson, asleep on her sofa. Who is he, and why does everyone think he's her husband? In this uplifting novel, three unlikely couples discover just what Crossroads, Texas, can offer: romance, belonging, and plenty of Christmas spirit."--Amazon.
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario, Canada : HQN, [2018]
ISBN: 9781488096402
Characteristics: 1 online resource (361 pages)
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Dec 12, 2018

This is a Christmas book made up of 3 novellas, however, the author mixes up the chapters so that you are following 3 stories simultaneously. There is an ex-fireman who lives as a hermit, who sees a car accident in the distance, and finds an injured dog. A very tired military man on leave crashes his rental car and ends up walking down the middle of a country road; local police find him and put two and two together, leaving him sleeping in a married teacher's bed (they have the same last name). And finally, a rancher with some odd brothers decides he can only save his ranch by marrying someone rich; the local B&B owners and town busybodies match him up with a rich, damaged woman. After the reader adjusts to the format, the stories flow. Satisfying endings for good people result.

Nov 28, 2018

I discovered Jodi Thomas through this book. Thoroughly enjoyable and feel-good. Love the Texas setting; as a third-generation Arizonan, I know these folks, very similar to smalltown Arizona. And Thomas is kind to her characters, I love that.


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