If there was one thing January Douglas disliked more than spilling coffee on her favorite blouse, it was Christmas. Despite her family’s love of the holiday, she was a self-proclaimed Scrooge. The songs, the decorations, and the forced cheer - they were all nails scratching down a chalkboard to her.
When Deckard Spruce barged into her life with his Christmas enthusiasm and a smirk that made January weak in the knees, she’d had enough.
One wish on a snowflake was all it took to change everything, but as soon as the damage was done, she knew her hate for the holidays had gone too far.
Could Deckard help her realize that she might not hate Christmas after all?
Maybe one more wish would make everything right.
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About the Author
Renee Harless, her husband, and children live in Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. She studied Communication, specifically Public Relations, at Radford University. Growing up, Renee always found a way to pursue her creativity. It began by watching endless runs of White Christmas- yes even in the summer – and learning every word and dance from the movie. She could still sing Sister Sister if requested. In high school she joined the show choir and a community theatre group, The Troubadours. After marrying the man of her dreams and moving from her hometown she sought out a different artistic outlet – writing. To say that Renee is a romance addict would be an understatement. When she isn’t chasing her toddler around the house, working her day job, or writing, she delves head first into a romance novel.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A Snowflake Wish is a delightful story to read. If you're wanting to read a Christmas related story than I would highly recommend this. January and Deckard are the main characters. January disliked Christmas but enjoyed the winter. Deckard came into her life and you'll have to read it to find out if he changed January's perspective of Christmas. "Don't you sass your mama or I'll make your house look like the North Pole threw up there." "Keep the past in the past."
A lonely young woman, disillusioned with Christmas, meets a handsome dentist who is moonlighting as a holiday elf at his grandparents store. He is enamored with her, but she is oblivious to his charms and wants nothing to do with his cheerful attitude. January finally gave in to Deckard and agreed to have dinner with him. She could see herself falling for him, but he was only in town for a short while, and she couldn’t handle long distance relationships. As she was decorating her tree she found a beautiful star with a mysterious note attached, asking the owner to make a wish, so she did. When she awoke the next morning, life as she knew it had changed and she regretted making that fateful wish. As January accepted her fate she realized that there were many things she did like about Christmas. Memories of Christmas’s past and the loving time she spent with her family swirled around her mind, making her dizzy and confused. She remembered how much fun she had picking out the Christmas tree, wrapping presents and baking cookies. Sharing her memories with Deckard made her feel as if she could take a chance on love, and not turn her back on a good man. The holiday season is filled with hope, wonder and starlit skies. January just had to believe in herself to make her true Christmas wish come true.