Christmastime in Harbor Falls

Christmastime in Harbor Falls
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Christmastime in Harbor Falls shares four romantic stories set during the Christmas holidays in Harbor Falls.

Chef Suzie Hart Matthews provides continuity between the stories with her personal blog posts and occasional matchmaking antics. We hope you enjoy! ~ Sophie Jacobs and Maddie James

This collection provides exclusive bonus material not found in the single books!

Bonus content answers these questions:

  • Can Shelley and Suzie continue working together?
  • Will Wynter Holly ever act again?
  • What is making Emma Jo Baker so nervous?
  • Can the whirlwind romance of the local minister and bookstore owner really be the happily-forever-after for them?
  • What's in store for Suzie Hart's future?

Read Suzie's blog posts and narrative to find out! All included in this set.

Take My Heart – When Shelley Hart ran off and married her sister’s fiancé, the whole town of Harbor Falls was in a twitter. Two years later, her only recourse is to go home for the holidays. Will her sister, Suzie, forgive her? And what about that boy she left behind?

The Christmas Nanny – All Wynter Holly wants for Christmas is to be cast in a significant role in the upcoming Harbor Falls Actor’s Playhouse production. What she gets is a gig playing nanny to four children who belong to the director of the play. But she’s an actor, not a nanny. Can Wyn play-act her way out of this nanny business?

One More Kiss – New Year’s Eve is just around the corner and Emma Jo Baker has tried every trick in the book to land a date for the annual New Year’s Bash at Falls Lake Lodge. Has her perfect date been right under her nose, all along?

Not This Christmas – When Nora Patterson rear-ends Reverend Rock Peters’ SUV on a snowy secluded mountain, she finds herself temporarily snowbound with the attractive minister. Is this Christmas Eve collision somehow the answer to her prayers?

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