Wednesday, December 6, 2017



Emma Kelly needs a Christmas miracle.

Nick Shepherd loves his life in Salt Spring Island, where he sculpts in a studio with the grizzled and talented artist Mike Nagorski. Mike's estranged daughter, Emma Kelly, arrives in their quiet haven, and though Nick is immediately drawn to her, he tries to resist his feelings. There may be Christmas magic in the air, but Nick knows it can't last forever...


All you need to do is say the word Christmas and I'll read it.

Emma Kelly is sampling wedding cakes at her mother's bakery, when her fiancée walks in and throws an envelope on the table. Emma grabs it and both her mother and fiancée try to snatch it. Emma quickly grabs it only to find out that the father she thought is dead is alive. Emma's mother is used to getting her way and Emma has had enough. After learning her fiancée knew about her father, she calls off the wedding and goes to Canada in search of him, hoping for a joyful reunion.

What she finds when she arrives is Nick. There is an instant connection. Her father is out of town and Nick and Emma keep bumping into one another. The story delves into their relationship and is filled with lots of fun moments.

If you are look for a good novella, look no Christmas Sanctuary and you'll quickly be in the Holiday Spirit!

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About Lauren Hawkeye

Lauren Hawkeye/ Lauren Jameson never imagined that she’d wind up telling stories for a living… though when she looks back, it’s easy to see that she’s the only one who is surprised. Always “the kid who read all the time”, Lauren made up stories about her favorite characters once she’d finished a book… and once spent an entire year narrating her own life internally. No, really. But where she was just plain odd before publication, now she can at least claim to have an artistic temperament.

Lauren lives in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada with her husband, toddler, pit bull and idiot cat, though they do not live in an igloo, nor do they drive a dogsled. In her nonexistent spare time Lauren can be found knitting (her husband claims that her snobby yarn collection is exorbitant), reading anything she can get her hands on, or sweating her way through spin class. She loves to hear from her readers!

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