When the Snow Flies, Do We Lose Sight of What Matters?
We’re all guilty of misjudging our priorities. The Christmas season seems to increase the demands on our time a hundred-fold. Just as surely as the snow flies, we’re going to disappoint someone.
About the Book
Merry Brant’s life is filled with demanding clients and an expanded workload when her manager quits. The workload and stress of working at Midway Marketing this holiday season are like driving through deep snow without a snowplow. It’s nearly impossible!
The holidays are supposed to be a magical time of the year, but this year the stress is affecting everything Merry touches. That includes her relationship with her husband, Alex. Misunderstandings between the two escalate on a daily basis. What’s lacking is the balance, so many of us struggle to find during the holiday season.
The best way to bring the magic back into the lives of this couple is a sprinkling of fairy magic. The young fairy, Lumi Candleglow is assigned the task. Her problem is the somewhat distant Yuletide fairy sent along to help her bring the couple back together.
Snow & Mistletoe Magic
The author has written a book I believe all of us can relate to this holiday season.
Sometimes the pressures of the job overshadow our desires and color our personalities.
This sweet Christmas romance will warm your heart and perhaps, just perhaps, force you to take a fresh look at how you spend the hours in your holiday days.
About the Author
For as long as she can remember, Jessica L. Elliott has been telling stories.
As soon as she could grasp a pencil, she began writing those stories down.
Reading fueled her imagination, as did spending time with her five younger brothers and sisters. Everything was an adventure, something to be treasured and stories were her first love.
Jessica began seriously writing in high school and continued into college while attending Emporia State University where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education.
She wrote and released her first novel, Charming Academy, in August of 2011. Jessica currently lives in southwest Kansas with her husband and children.
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