Seabreeze Christmas

Seabreeze Christmas

by Jan Moran
Seabreeze Christmas

Seabreeze Christmas

by Jan Moran



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A season of joy. The spirit of family. Celebrate a joyous holiday season with an enchanting story from a USA TODAY bestselling author. Read as a stand-alone story or as part of the Summer Beach series.

When sisters Ivy and Shelly Bay discover crates of vintage Christmas decorations at the Seabreeze Inn, they decide to open their historic beach house to the village of Summer Beach. From a Gingerbread Bake-off and a Santa Sprint on the beach to a mysterious guest who has an unusual effect on those around him, the Seabreeze Inn is the place to be this holiday season. Families and friends come together, and love is in the air—until a priceless discovery at the beachside inn complicates matters.

While Ivy creates a holiday special for single guests with nowhere else to go, Bennett Dylan, the mayor of Summer Beach, helps organize Christmas celebrations. However, the holidays will test Ivy and Bennett's relationship, especially when Ivy's grown children voice their opinions. As hidden secrets surface, Ivy faces a decision that could change her life.

This season, everyone is family at the Seabreeze Inn. Join residents and guests in this small beach village for the warmest of holiday gatherings as sleigh bells ring across the beach in a delightful holiday novel. Seabreeze Christmas may be read as a standalone, or start with the USA Today bestseller, Seabreeze Inn, to get to know all the Summer Beach characters.

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BN ID: 2940162844013
Publisher: Sunny Palms Press
Publication date: 11/17/2020
Series: Summer Beach , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 1,075
File size: 548 KB

About the Author

Jan Moran is a USA Today bestselling author of romantic women's fiction. She writes stylish, uplifting, and emotionally rich contemporary and 20th-century historical novels. Booklist, Library Journal, Midwest Book Review, and Kirkus have recommended her books, calling her heroines strong, complex, and resourceful. Visit her at and join her reader's club.

Her books are also translated into German, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Dutch, Polish, Turkish, Bulgarian, Lithuanian, and other languages. Jan studied writing at the UCLA Writers Program, sailed on Semester at Sea, and graduated from the University of Texas and Harvard Business School. She lives near the beach in southern California.

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