The Sweetest Christmas (A Whiskey Valley Romance, Book 5)

The Sweetest Christmas (A Whiskey Valley Romance, Book 5)

by Aleigh K. Dean
The Sweetest Christmas (A Whiskey Valley Romance, Book 5)

The Sweetest Christmas (A Whiskey Valley Romance, Book 5)

by Aleigh K. Dean

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Overview

Whiskey Valley's favorite baker has The Sweetest Christmas in this humorous, holiday romance novella.


It's Christmastime in Whiskey Valley. For EJ Johnson, owner of Sunnyside Café & Bakery, the holiday season is one of her busiest and she's up to her nose in flour, sugar, and sprinkles. Despite feeling lonely this holiday season, she only has time for gingerbread men. But when a sexy stranger walks into her bakery and wants to sample her sweet treats, she adds him to her Christmas wish list. EJ knows he may break her heart when he leaves town, but she's willing to take a chance on love to have the sweetest Christmas of her life.


Author Note: The Sweetest Christmas is a fun holiday romance with a dash of spice and does not reflect the heat level of other books in the Whiskey Valley Romance series. Other books in the series have a steamy heat level.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940161082140
Publisher: Aleigh K. Dean
Publication date: 11/20/2021
Series: Whiskey Valley Romance , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 475,485
File size: 370 KB

About the Author

Aleigh K. Dean writes contemporary romance and romantic suspense featuring small-town charm, humor, happily-ever-afters, and as many quirky characters as she can create. After publishing the first book in her Whiskey Valley Romance series—conceived during many hours stuck in rush hour traffic—Aleigh continues to write nonstop. When not reading a good book, writing, or spending time with her family in her Indiana hometown, Aleigh is probably plotting a storyline, romantic scene, or the demise of an unlucky character.
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