The best Christmas present? The unexpected romance that brings two former classmates together for a lesson in holiday magic. . . With its festive Swed Inn and year-round Christmas store, the pretty town of Tall Pine kws how to do the holidays right. But this year, Liv Tomblyn s homecoming trip may be bittersweet. Liv s grandmother died soon after Thanksgiving, leaving a lifetime of belongings to sort through. Soon Liv is surrounded by memories, including a retro silver Christmas tree. And there s Liv s old friend Scott Leroux the one-time class clown who s become the town s go-to handyman. Scott enjoyed helping Liv s Nammy with little fix-it jobs in recent years, but w he s wondering if the crafty grandma had a much larger project in mind. Everything from Nammy s mysteriously malfunctioning heater to that silver tree seems to be conspiring to throw Liv and Scott together. Not that Scott objects. For though Liv insists she ll leave Tall Pine when the holidays are over, he s hoping their holiday kisses might thaw her resolve and make this Christmas truly unforgettable. . . Sierra Dovan captures the magic of Christmas in this charming and romantic tale. I smiled the entire time I was reading it! Shirlee McCoy, author of Sweet Surprises Dovan keeps the magic going. . .Christmas cheer and sense of love will melt the heart of any reader. Publishers Weekly Sentimental and sweet with a touch of melancholy, the third installment of the Evergreen Lane Christmas romances will appeal widely to small-town romance fans. . .Flawless execution and warm, real-feeling characters will have readers turning the last page before they kw it. RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars Praise for Sierra Dovan s Do You Believe in Santa? This story is like the perfect cup of hot chocolate: sweet, warm and stalgia-inducing. RT Book ReviewsPraise for No Christmas Like the Present A charming holiday story that combines the magic of It s A Wonderful Life with the warmth of A Christmas Carol. Donna Alward Dovan packs this contemporary romance full of all kind of Christmas magic. Publishers Weekly A stand-out story. RT Book Reviews
Sierra Donovan lives with her husband and two children in Victorville, California. Readers can visit her website at www.sierradonovan.com.