New York Times bestselling author Shannon Stacey celebrates the season in this brand-new holiday novella
After a messy breakup, Leigh Holloway is ready to start her life over. Until her parents put the family home on the market and call her back for one final, memory-making Christmas. The last thing she wants to do is deprive her mom of the perfect holiday, so she'll lie her way through the visit and worry about her future in the New Year. Too bad the only bar in town is owned by a guy she seriously wronged in high school. A
Leigh's best friend broke Croy Dawson's heart, and Croy knows it was Leigh's fault. They've never liked each other, but Croy isn't cruel: he'd never turn away a pretty woman in need of some family-Christmas fortification. He doesn't expect her to drink just enough candy-cane martinis to tell him her secrets—and he definitely doesn't expect to get caught up in her holiday madness.
Despite the surprising love and laughter, Croy and Leigh can't escape the truth: he can't walk away from his family obligations and she has a life and career to reboot. But anything is possible if your holiday comes with a twistA?¦
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"Looking for a romantic audiobook to give you some Christmas spirit? This is the perfect escape for a hectic holiday schedule. Leigh Holloway returns to her Massachusetts hometown with no fiancŽ, no job, and no intention of telling her family anything. The local bartender who sympathizes with her guilty secrets is none other than high school friend Croy Dawson. Narrator Samantha Cook shares Leigh's and Croy's friendship-turned-romance from alternating perspectives. Cook narrates with a casual contemporary style and a deadpan humor that pokes fun at Leigh's quirky family. She does a superlative job with dialogue, especially male voices, including Croy's. She uses a range of vocal styles to reflect character, and they sound realistic. Warmly detailing Stacey's strong visual images, Cook makes Leigh's story memorable. C.A. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"
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