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Dear Santa: A Christmas Wish (The Holiday Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B08JD44G6D
- Publisher : Chill Out!; 3rd edition (October 27, 2020)
- Publication date : October 27, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 3351 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 1305 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #70,444 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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What a delightful and heartwarming Christmas story that is also a second-chance romance. Two people who were sweethearts but then broke up, each going off to college to pursue their medical degrees and careers. One fateful night, they will reconnect—but before they do, an accident, a stranger, and a wish made and granted.
Beth Silverton will be nearby when a three-vehicle accident takes place. She will start triage wanting for more medical aid to arrive. The elderly gentleman in the first car makes her think of Santa, and he asks her questions as if he knows her. So what is the one wish she would want more than anything?
“Trevor Darrington. Every year. I just want him. It’s silly, really,” she smiled and shrugged, “but there it is.”
“The white-bearded man nodded sagely. “The one who got away. Yes, that would definitely be a gift to cherish. Don’t forget, my dear, Christmas is all about wishes, hope, and love. Allow the unquenchable hope that created your heartfelt wish lead you to healing love.”
Trevor Darrington felt it was the kindest thing to do, give up Beth, allow her to have a life, enjoy college, and be free. But it has been a decision that haunted him. Now, seeing Beth again, the woman he has always loved, he wants her again. But, has ten years ruined their future, or do they have a chance to see if they still have feelings?
“Beth, we were more than lovers, we were friends first. We can go back to the beginning. Start over now that there aren’t any other obligations to come between us. I still dream about you.”
I love the communication, the easy way they still are comfortable with each other, but the knowledge that a decade has passed and that they must work back up to a relationship. What was a childhood, teenage romance now involves two adults who have been apart. Sure, they dated others, but was there ever anyone else that they were in love with?
The story has some mystery, suspense, danger, romance, and passion. Two people realize that even with all the time that has passed, the spark is still there. I liked how Trevor isn’t pushing or controlling but concerned and caring, especially when danger plays a role. He is a man in love and protective of his woman. Sometimes, when you think you will lose what means the most, you realize where your future lies.
“Did your fondest wish come true for Christmas?”
As a fan of Ms. Alyssa Bailey’s writing, I truly enjoyed this lighthearted Christmas tale. It is a wonderful reminder that sometimes, wishes and dreams do come true—never give up.
The first story that I read was Christmas Miracle.
Sophies father was arrested for breaking into houses and stealing jewelry and he kept saying that he was innocent. Sophie tries to help her Mom make ends meet while trying to think of a way to prove her Dad was innocent. Her Christmas wish is to have him home for Christmas with their family.
A great book, love the story line and the cast of characters.
The next book I read was Marrying Molly
Do you believe in witches, fairies and curses. We neither do I but this story will make a believer out of you too. If you answer no, you will after you read this book. If you answer yes then you're in for a treat.
Great book. It makes you laugh, smile and cry. And it will hold your attention til the very end.
The next book in the set that I was asked to read is Saving Maddie.
I must admit I really liked this and thought it was the best one I have read so far until I read the next one. Finn seems like a stubborn woman and a really good police officer. She is working an investigation with her team and decides to take matters into her own hands. Really loved Maddie, Bryan and Finn and think you will too.
The next book is What Dottie wants
Veronica or otherwise now known as Ronnie is a little bit impulsive. Maybe tempermental when it comes to giving her daughter what she wants. Dottie asks for a ballerina doll with bendable legs and Ronnie looks every where for one. She gets really mad when she finds out that they are being advertised but will not be released by the Toy Company until after Christmas. What is she supposed to do, thats all Dottie wants. She send a not so nice letter to Thomas Toys and the now owner of the company comes looking for her to explain why the dolls are not released yet.
The last book I read was Toy Soldier Christmas
Nutmeg and Craig both have had a really rough year and are hoping to have a great Christmas. Nutmeg has survived breast cancer and Craig was injured in the war.
It really is a a cute story about two people who didn't know the other one before Nutmeg came to stay at his parents cabin for a quiet Christmas to recover from the awful year she has had. He knows her brother and ends up being in town and his parents don't know he is.
The magic of the season is shown once more in this delightful story.
One of my faves from this holiday collection is ‘Alone at Christmas’ by Mimi Barbour. A tear jerker in the beginning as Tara is trying to find her happiness at Christmas time but has some terrible luck on her way to her destination via a long bus ride. But, as with any great Christmas story, all of Tara’s suffering pays off in the end and you, the reader, will be smiling and maybe even have some happy tears.