A Family’s Christmas
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A Family’s Christmas by Carolyne Aarsen

12/01/2021

He is her father's enemy

She is a distraction he can't afford


Christmas is coming. And Christmas usually means family gatherings. So, after many lonely years away, Sarah Westerveld has come home to Millars Crossing after a mysterious request from her estranged father.

But when she arrives her father’s sudden stroke renders him unable to speak.

For years Sarah has yearned to be forgiven for the past. A forgiveness that involves her father’s enemy and the man who had haunted her dreams – the ruggedly handsome Logan Carleton.

Sarah’s father and Logan have a dark past she’s only heard hints of. But that hasn’t stopped her from being attracted to him at one time.

Can Sarah discover the secret her father is hiding? A secret woven into the tragedies that haunt Logan as well? And will the discovery tear apart the fragile relationship she and Logan have struggled to rebuild?

A Family’s Christmas is the first book in the Love in Millar’s Crossing series.

Buy a Family’s Christmas today and escape to the town of Millar’s Crossing in this sweet romance about secrets and salvation and second chances .

Previously published as Yuletide Homecoming

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