Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Review of Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor

Christmas Eve At Friday Harbor
Lisa Kelpas
St. Martin’s Press
ISBN13: 9780312605872
224 pages

Mark Nolan finally learned the meaning of family, it unfortunately took a terrible tragedy and a very small hand of a child in need. He becomes the sole guardian for his orphaned niece Holly, he’s not too proud to ask for help and his brother Sam steps up to the plate. Now the only thing missing is the answer to Holly’s letter to Santa, a new mom.
Maggie Collins moved to Friday Harbor to start over after her own tragedy changed the course of her life and her future, she’s vowed never to marry again because she doesn’t think she can take the chance of loss again. What she does believe in is magic and with magic she breaks through the veil that prevents Holly from being the full fledged little girl she should be. Now if she can only figure out what her heart is telling her about Holly’s uncle Mark.
Can these two lonely, damaged people find in each other what they’ve been missing, will they look to the future or will they let their pasts rule what’s to come.
Holiday novels are magical and my favorite kind of reads and this one gives us the addition of a life lesson as well. It makes a great stocking stuffer, or a gift that will keep on giving for years to come.
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