The Sleigh on Seventeenth Street
Free $5.99
12/25/2021

A cowboy with skills as an electrician tries a relationship with a down-on-her luck plumber. Can Dylan and Camila make water and electricity play nicely together this Christmas season? Or will they get shocked as they try to make their relationship work?

With a new development going in on the north end of Three Rivers, Camila Cruz is desperate to win the plumbing bid for the mom-and-pop plumbing shop she joined when she came to town four years ago. The project would keep the shop open and allow Cami to buy it from the owners who are ready to retire. It would be the perfect Christmas present.

Dylan Walker is determined to win the bid for Three Rivers Electric Company as well, and the only friendly face he can find at the announcement meeting is Cami's. Okay, semi-friendly. She's heard a lot of rumors about the handsome electrician who moonlights as a cowboy, and she doesn't need her wounded heart to get another shock.

When they both win their respective bids and start to work together, sparks fly professionally and personally. But as Cami watches Dylan interact with the townspeople during the Three Rivers Christmas celebrations, she sees a very different man than her initial assumptions. With mistletoe and Santa's sleigh in play, can Dylan and Cami have the faith they need to make water and electricity play nicely together this holiday season?

**NOTE: This book used to be titled Love's Spark, but has been expanded by 20,000 words and rewritten to be included in the Three Rivers Ranch Romance series. It is QUITE different than the original story.**

Read all the novels by USA Today bestselling author, Liz Isaacson!
Three Rivers Ranch Romance Series:
1. Second Chance Ranch
2. Third Time's the Charm
3. Fourth and Long
4. Fifth Generation Cowboy
5. Sixth Street Love Affair
6. The Seventh Sergeant
7. Eight Second Ride
8. The First Lady of Three Rivers
9. Christmas in Three Rivers
10. Lucky Number Thirteen
11. The Curse of February Fourteenth
12. Fifteen Minutes of Fame
13. Sixteen Steps to Fall in Love
14. The Sleigh on Seventeenth Street

Gold Valley Romance Series:
1. Before the Leap
2. After the Fall
3. Through the Mist
4. Between the Reins
5. Over the Moon
6. Under the Bridge
7. Up on the Housetop
8. Around the Bend

Brush Creek Brides Romance Series:
1. A Wedding for the Widower
2. A Companion for the Cowboy
3. A Bride for the Bronc Rider
4. A Family for the Farmer
5. A Home for the Horseman
6. A Refuge for the Rancher
7. A Marriage for the Marine
8. A Fiance for the Firefighter
9. A Treasure for the Trooper
10. A Date for the Detective
11. A Partner for the Paramedic
12. A Catch for the Chief

Steeple Ridge Romance Series:
1. Starting Over at Steeple Ridge (Timeless Romance)
2. Finding Love at Steeple Ridge
3. Learning Faith at Steeple Ridge
4. Kissing Santa at Steeple Ridge
5. Coming Home to Steeple Ridge

Grape Seed Falls Romance Series:
1. Choosing the Cowboy
2. Craving the Cowboy
3. Charming the Cowboy
4. Courting the Cowboy
5. Claiming the Cowboy
6. Catching the Cowboy
7. Cheering the Cowboy

Christmas in Coral Canyon:
1. Her Cowboy Billionaire Best Friend
2. Her Cowboy Billionaire Boss
3. Her Cowboy Billionaire Boyfriend
4. Her Cowboy Billionaire Bodyguard

Genre: ,
Book Length:
In simple words, the novel penned by a Christian worldview, a way of viewing the world separated through the facts shown in the Bible, is called Christian books. It implies a sovereign God who made everyone and everything; it believes we are responsible to God for our decisions, promises, and activities; it feels we require forgiveness and redemption and that it comes only through the person of Jesus Christ. There are two types of Christian Books: Christian fiction Christian fiction books are those books that overtly display elements of Christianity in the story, mixing things like prayer, conversion, church. Christian non-fiction Christian non-fiction is normally overt in its use of Biblical beliefs to explain an appropriate subject.

Famous Book Quotes

“Literature is a luxury; fiction is a necessity.” ― G.K. Chesterton

View More