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One Wild Christmas by Joleen James

12/13/2020
What do you get when you mix one reluctant hero, one persistent reporter, a bevy of bikini baristas, and a generous sprinkling of Christmas miracles? You get ONE WILD CHRISTMAS! Widower Kash Reed is looking for a place to lick his wounds and start over, and the small town of Wilding Point seems perfect. He's lonely, but doesn't have the strength to care about anyone again. He likes his life the way it is, simple and unencumbered by any emotional attachments. But his peace is shattered when Kash is thrown into the spotlight after stopping a bank robber and becoming an instant local hero. Breast cancer survivor Claire Rickman is finally putting her illness and her divorce behind her when she suddenly finds herself caught up in a bank robbery. A reporter with a nose for a good story, Claire's intrigued by Wilding Point's reluctant Christmas hero, Kash Reed. He's a Christmas hero the entire town wants to cheer for, and Claire intends to give the town what it wants. But the more Claire pursues Kash, the more he pushes her away. Yet, the heart wants what it wants, and it doesn't take long for both Kash and Claire to realize that what they both want is each other. They just have to find a way, to trust, to let go of their fears, and to start again. And it won't be easy, but love is a prize worth having, and it will take a Christmas miracle for Kash and Claire to finally realize it's time to take a second chance on love.
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