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When Jody Carson is given the chance to photograph a small town's Christmas event for the magazine she works for, she isn't sure how she feels when her boss agrees her hometown "Christmas Cookie Town" would be the perfect choice, because she knows she will have to work closely with the town's mayor, her ex-fiancé Holcom Garrison. Can working together and sharing Christmas cookies reignite their interest in one another?

©2020 Teresa Ives Lilly (P)2020 Teresa Ives Lilly

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A Hallmark Christmas Movie for your Ear

A sweet, short romantic tale of hometown romance gone wrong set in a small town North Pole. The narrator is what makes the book. Linda Graves is terrific as she captures the emotions of all the characters and takes you by the hand as she makes her way through the pages of the story.

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High Engagement!

This audible book kept my attention from the beginning to the end. Although the story-line was somewhat predictable, the audio performance was well done! The oral text was varied from the beginning to the end, allowing me to to stay engaged and connect to the storyline. The characters were brought to life, thus deepening my experience. As a multitasker, I was able to enjoy the story in a new way.