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A Fairy Unusual Christmas

A Fairy Unusual Christmas

by Patricia Otto
A Fairy Unusual Christmas

A Fairy Unusual Christmas

by Patricia Otto

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Fairy John Evergreen, the crown prince of the world of Christmas gnomes and fairies, has a huge problem. If he doesn't find the one, the mortal one, before Christmas Eve becomes Christmas Day, he'll never wear the crown. His evil sister Stephanie will. And she wants it. Bad. He hasn't found the one. Not even close. Then he literally runs into the most beautiful woman ever.
Lauren Goodnews runs Family House, where families stay when they have a child in the hospital. Christmas is a painful time for these families. For Lauren, too. Being left at the altar on Christmas Eve four years ago will do that to a girl. Keeping busy helps, and it's a great excuse not to date. Then the handsomest man ever literally runs her over, and Lauren finds herself reevaluating that life strategy.
Stephanie wants the crown, and she'll use every bit of magic to get it. John wants Lauren, and if he can keep the gnomes and fairies his father sent to help from messing up things, he may have a shot at love. And Lauren? Between her deepening attraction for John and the enchantment of the season, Lauren just might be ready to try a fairy tale ending.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162765264
Publisher: Patricia S. Otto
Publication date: 12/01/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

A few decades ago, I found out that most people don't make up stories about the people they watch while sipping iced tea at a cafe. They do not take a cast of characters from a book or movie and give them a whole new story. Who knew? I thought everyone did that. Then there were the out-of-the-blue-characters. The ones conjured up in my head, telling me their tales, pushing me to write their stories. Sharing them only seemed fair.

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