Ashley Moore's life forever changed the day her mother died, and she was sent to live with relatives. Now, 10 years later, Ashley returns home, hoping to connect with her estranged father. When she learns he's decided to reopen the family's Christmas lodge for the upcoming holiday season, Ashley volunteers to help. While cleaning, she discovers her mother's journal detailing the last month of her life. Will the book hold the answer as to why her dad sent her away? Who is the mysterious Adam her mother keeps mentioning in the diary? Can the words of her mother reconcile father and daughter in time for Christmas?
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The Christmas Journal is about the "relationship" between an estranged father and daughter.
Upon her mother's death Ashley, the female lead, was sent to live with her aunt.
Several years later she returns home to find a Father, home, and lodge, she hardly recognizes.
Ashley works with her father and a handyman, Cy, to reopen the lodge in time for Christmas.
This was a Good Well written short story.
Barbara Nevins Taylor did really well with this Heart Warming Holiday story.
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