Widow Carol MacKenzie always felt an affinity for Christmas. During a casual internet search, she stumbles upon a Santa School website. Carol applies and is accepted into Santa School as a solo Mrs. Claus. Attending Snowflake Visions Santa school is life-changing. Carol learns how to wrangle reindeer, American sign language holiday greetings, and meets a worldwide community of like-minded people, including one beautiful bearded single Santa musician who lives one hour from her west Michigan home. Charlie Johnson has a decade-long resume of performing as Santa. A Mrs. Claus has never been part of his repertoire. Santa friends encourage Charlie to pursue Carol. Meanwhile, Carol’s sister-in-law Penny pushes Carol to try an online dating site. Which maneuver, if any, will succeed? Through a few unexpected twists and holiday surprises, a happy finale prevails.
Jennifer Medina, successful romance writer, is suffering from writer’s block. Having divorced her critical husband, she is determined to avoid men and concentrate on career and volunteer work. Ray Trevino prefers working outside in the family’s construction business, so he has refused his dad’s offer of an office job to help run the company. Past experience taught him not to take risks in his personal or business life. When they meet, immediate attraction flares. Ray invites Jennifer out—not on a real date, but as research for her book. Yet despite their wariness about love and commitment, their relationship progresses until both realize they’ve crossed boundaries…and they go their separate ways. Can they somehow forget the past and make better memories this Christmas?
Haley can’t face Christmas. Her super-critical family hate her presents and her life. It’s her turn to prepare the holiday diner, but her apartment kitchen is too small for anything but toast. Which is the only think she knows how to cook. When her cookie fortune turns out to be an ad–Madam Zelda, Fortune Teller—she makes a desperate decision. Zach is the mastermind behind the ad. He and Zelda show Haley that a fortune cookie can be full of surprises, solutions, and love.
2 thoughts on “Holiday Spotlights”
Some cute covers!
Another wonderful spotlight!