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Posted December 8, 2012
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Debut author Camille Eide has stormed the book world with a witty tale of holiday love and forgiveness. Savanna Holt must return to the resort where years before she fell in love with handsome ski instructor Luke Nelson. Luke Nelson, whom she adored. Who could send her heart to racing but whose own heart she broke. Desperate to escape her past by climbing to the top of her game, Savanna leaves Luke and the Evergreen Ridge Resort to find her fortune and fame in the medical world. Now years later she's returned to the place that still holds her heart and the man whom she discovers holds it just as tightly. But what to do? Luke sees her as nothing but a success seeking diva. Someone who years before left him because his care free lifestyle as a mere ski instructor wasn't good enough, sophisticated enough for her. But sometimes God sees fit to arrange circumstances to fit His purposes. And a raging snow storm does just that. Being stuck together at Evergreen Ridge brings back memories and deep feelings in both Savanna and Luke. Will they listen to their hearts and let forgiveness heal a broken love that seems beyond repair? Or will they harbor the pain of the past? Find out in this heartwarming holiday tale! You'll be glad you did. Oh, and better have a cup of tea and some Christmas cookies handy. Camille paints a wonderfully, festive, Christmas picture! I actually had to go out and get some tea and cookies about half way through the story!
Posted December 8, 2011
This is THE PERFECT Christmas story! A lot of heartache, a little angst, lots of love and forgiveness.
From the scents of Christmas in the lobby, to the decorations in the lounge ¿ she describes this Christmas wonderland so well, from holiday treats to a warm, glowing fire ¿ you¿ll feel like you¿re there.
Out of the kindness of her heart, Savanna does her friend a favor, exposing herself to facing some heartbreaking memories. Only it¿s not just memories. She comes face to face with her past. Tension oozes off the pages so thick that you can feel her nervousness and regrets. And pain just pours off of Luke as he tries to deal with seeing her again.
This story moves you gently through a gamut of emotions so real they could be your own.
What a gift this story is!
Posted January 17, 2012
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