What do you like to read for Christmas? Something to tug on your heartstrings and make you think? Or do you like to laugh?
How about both?
Max and Tony find a baby abandoned at Homespun Theater — and the note says the baby is Max’s son. It doesn’t take long to connect the dots and realize this is another side effect from Jake Holt trying to steal Max’s identity and destroy her screenwriting career.
As they attempt to find the mother of the sickly, premature baby, Max faces questions of responsibility, guilt, and what it means to be a mother or father. Christmas is approaching, and the irony isn’t lost on her as she considers another child who also had nowhere to go.
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HAVE YOURSELF A FAERIE LITTLE CHRISTMAS, a novel set in her mystical, magical, downright weird little town of Neighborlee, Ohio.
Maurice — the exiled, shrunken Fae with wings even Tinkerbell would scorn — has one wish: to be real for Holly, the librarian. In her dreams, they are in love, but she doesn’t remember or see or hear him when she’s awake. He is only allowed is one day, four times a year, to be full-sized, able to talk with her and try to win her heart. Christmas is coming, and his next day as an ordinary man. As he waits impatiently for his rendezvous with Holly, life goes on in Neighborlee, Ohio. Albeit, life in Neighborlee isn’t what most people would call normal. Especially when three couples come to town with various magical dilemmas to resolve.
Bethany is a local girl who became a Hollywood starlet. All she wants is an ordinary Christmas, sans paparazzi. With the help of Harry and his malfunctioning invisibility spell, she just might get it. And a lot more.
Wilfred and Philomena are best buddies, and their Fae relatives want them separated so each one can find their true love. But what happens when your true love is under your nose, and you can’t convince him — or her — of that important little fact?
Lori is allergic to mistletoe, and on the run from her aristocratic relatives who want to pair her with an “appropriate” Fae man. She hides out in Neighborlee and meets Brick, who has some romantic interference problems of his own. He believes in magic — but can he believe in Fae or will he think she’s insane when she tells him the truth?
Christmas is the most magical time of the year — especially for Fae in search of love in Neighborlee, Ohio.
Michelle Levigne has been writing about the many characters populating the private playground of her imagination for longer than she wants to admit. Whatever you like to read — fantasy, science fiction, romance, inspirational, YA, suspense, adventure — she has something to offer. Check out her web site (www.Mlevigne.com) or her blogs (www.MichelleLevigne.blogspot.com & http://www.Tabor-Heights-Today.blogspot.com) or look for her on Facebook to get updates on what’s new, what’s coming, and excerpts from various books.
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