At Inlet Beach, storefronts are draped with garland, sprinkled with fairy-lights and dusted with Christmas magic. Window boxes overflow with evergreens and sea stars, as the sleepy beach town welcomes visitors for the annual Christmas Lights Festival.
But things are not as perfect as they seem.
On the eve of the tree lighting in the town square, police find a runaway in trouble. Residents of the community gather to help, but complications arise and unraveling the boy's past is harder than they imagine. As a blustery Pacific Northwest Christmas draws near, can they find a way to give a boy with a shattered life another chance at happiness?
A Light in the Window is a heartwarming tale of community, family, and second chances.
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About the Author
There is something about diving into the pages of a good book that makes every day better. I love books, always have. I remember riding my bike down to the public library many Saturday mornings and spending the day lost in stories. In the afternoon, I’d pedal back up the hill with my basket loaded with possibilities. So, when I started writing books of my own, I paid attention to what I liked to read – descriptions that make settings come to life, characters that become friends, and struggles that reflect real life. To that, I’ve added a strong family dynamic, a splash of humor, and -- always -- a happy ending.
I hope you enjoy reading my stories as much as I’ve enjoyed writing them.