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born and raised in southern New England. She has been writing since she was
nine years old, and has an explosive imagination. She favors writing
Supernatural genres. She feeds off the support from her friends and family to
strive on with her work. She currently resides in Massachusetts and continues
doing what she loves the most.
When Abby goes home for Christmas to her parent’s home in Alder Creek, she is
surprised when her latest love interest is there… with her sister. In
Yuletide Mishaps, there is one calamity after another for Abby, but in the true
spirit of Christmas, her family bonds grow stronger, and the love that she has
shared with Ben Sheridan will be put to test. Will they be able to put this
behind them and move on, or will they deny themselves a love that could stand
the test of time.
is a business owner of a small but successful diner. When two random customers,
Ben and Dean, come to lunch Abby takes the table. It is almost instantly that
Abby and Ben find the other attractive. After a run in with the grocery store
Abby agrees to go on a date with Ben. The date goes wonderful. Now it’s Friday
and Abby goes to meet her family and sister Lucy at the family home for
Christmas. Lucy brings a mystery guy with her who happens to be Ben. Read the book to find out how Christmas and
the time after Christmas go.
Lucy, Ben, Dean, David, Nathan, Lauren, Chely, Brad, Jane, Jacob, Bella and the
rest of her family.
Abby and David. I love strong women characters that take their life in their
own hands. Abby does this by working hard and giving to others. Not only does
she run her own business but she also gives to many people that are less
fortunate then she is. I also love David because he is truly a best friend.
Always there with good advice and able to talk sense into you when you are in
upsetting situations, everyone needs a friend like David.
At dinner when Abby says she wants to open a shelter and his sister Lucy looks
down at the idea because homeless people don’t need the help. Abby goes off on
her sister along with a few other people at dinner (who also go off on Lucy). I
love watching people stand up for their beliefs and defending those who can’t
Each page draws you more and more into the holiday mishaps of the family learning
more about each character and their views and stances in life, questioning why
and more. I couldn’t stop reading and smiling. I love how upbeat and even in
times of disagreement how humorous this story is.
out of 5 Stars. Truly an unfolding love story that will touch your heart and
make you smile all while mentally beating up each character for how they deal
with the situation and the stupid choices they make or things they say.