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Miss Humbug
     

Miss Humbug

by Marnie L Pehrson
 
It's Christmastime and cold, competitive Elaina Houston would rather work than celebrate. Not only is Christmas a complete waste of time and money in her opinion, but also it brings with it haunting memories that drive Elaina further into her frigid shell. Work is the only answer, but she's surrounded by coworkers who bask in the holiday glow, constantly reminding her

Overview

It's Christmastime and cold, competitive Elaina Houston would rather work than celebrate. Not only is Christmas a complete waste of time and money in her opinion, but also it brings with it haunting memories that drive Elaina further into her frigid shell. Work is the only answer, but she's surrounded by coworkers who bask in the holiday glow, constantly reminding her of painful memories from Christmases gone by.

Then one night, a week before Christmas, her past comes back to haunt her, and she's given an ultimatum. Either she learns the Spirit of Christmas or she won't live to see another December 25th. Will Elaina be able to understand and act on the truth before time runs out?

"This book brings the true spirit of Christmas into your heart as it takes you on a journey that will make you laugh, cry and feel the love of our Savior. Unforgettable!" - Julie Coulter Bellon author of Time Will Tell

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780967616261
Publisher:
C.E.S Business Consultants
Publication date:
10/26/2007
Pages:
124
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.29(d)
Age Range:
14 Years

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Julie Coulter Bellon
"This book brings the true spirit of Christmas into your heart as it takes you on a journey that will make you laugh, cry and feel the love of our Savior. Unforgettable!"--(Julie Coulter Bellon, author of "Time Will Tell")

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