In A Romance for Christmas, a Christmas Eve gift changes everything. This is a sweet holiday romance showcasing love, loss, and the spirit of giving.
It’s Christmas Eve, and the end of a year in which everything Dara loves has been lost. Everything but her little girl and a fierce determination to survive. When a cop brings Christmas to her door, he brings another gift she never expected to get.
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An Inside Look at A Romance for Christmas takes you into the background of this sweet holiday story, including the history of the names, and excerpts from the book.
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One of my favorite memories of Christmas happened at age eighteen. I convinced my parents to let me stay up and do the stuff for “Santa” and wrap goodies for my nieces and nephews, who stayed over Christmas Eve. My sisters, quite a few years older, each had small children. I was the “oldest of the kids” and figured taking part in the Santa stuff made me an adult. So I stayed up, helped wrap and put out gifts, and signed things “from Santa.” I even ate the milk and cookies. Next morning, I enjoyed seeing the happy and excited kids. I knew about the “conspiracy” of not telling who ate the cookies. But a little part of me missed the surprise of finding gifts from Santa, even though I had known for many years that Mother and Daddy put them out. I don’t think we ever outgrow the wonder of surprise on Christmas morning, even when we know the truth. Perhaps because we realize that someone thought about us, and for that moment, we feel not only surprised and special… but also loved.
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