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Romance and Mystery in Carol Falls, Vermont
Frost Farm owner, Garret Frost, and his Public Relations Manager, Lily Parker, each have their own reasons for dreading Christmas this year. Garret’s a widower, stressed with the responsibility of running the family’s maple syrup business while raising his young son on his own. And Lily’s still trying to recover from the tragic loss that ended her marriage.
Adding to their personal challenges, Garret’s adorable son Duncan has just told Santa that all he wants for the holidays is to visit the North Pole. How’s Garret going to manage that? And then an abandoned baby is found in the manger of the nativity scene beside the Sugar Shack...
Just as it seems like the holiday will be a total bust, an almost-kiss under the mistletoe has Garret looking at Lily in a whole new way. Despite all the holiday mayhem, could this end up being the best Christmas ever?
WHAT CHILD IS THIS is Book One of "A Frost Family Christmas" trilogy. Each novella is a complete romance with a linking mystery connecting the three books.
The next two books are:
Book 2: HOME FOR CHRISTMAS, by Roxy Boroughs
Book 3: THE HOLLY & THE IVY by Brenda M. Collins
Book 4: And the series continues with: More Than A Feeling by C.J. Carmichael
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a sweet Christmas story that I really enjoyed. Garret Frost has been running Frost Farms, his parents maple syrup business, since his father retired. He is still suffering the loss of his wife and puts all his effort into the family business while trying to raise his young son Duncan and living in his parent's home. He needs a bit of help in the office and hires Lily Parker as the public relations manager. Lily is hiding a past about her divorce, what went wrong in her marriage and why she left New York City to live in a small town in Vermont. When a newborn baby is left in the manger of the nativity scene during Frosty Frolics, the annual fundraiser to help needy families in town. A lot of questions are raised about who she belongs to and why she was dropped off there. Plus, questions are raised about why Lily became so emotional any time she is around the baby. What Christmas miracle will bring Garret and Lily together? There is a cliff hanger to this book, so you will need to read the next (which I am off to do now). I would definitely recommend this book for anyone looking for a good Christmas story.