So I started this book early in the season, off sorts for me with it being a Christmas read. I prefer reading Christmas stories after Thanksgiving. But it was a short read and I enjoy this authors works quite a bit. So I decided to go against my normal season prejudice and read early.
I am so glad I read early so I could gush to all of you! For a short story this is worth the read!!! I would highly recommend this to anyone who wants a little Christmas Magic in their life!
Mel and Hunter are both broken and wishing that things in their lives will get measurably better over the coming months when the power goes out in her Tahoe Cabin. Or mansion as it is. Hunter is an electrician who comes out to fix her breaker. They get snowed into her cabin by a fast moving blizzard that buries her house in the mountains!
They discover they both made similar wishes and that it had to be fate bringing them together! They share stories, dinner and more. Sweet endings are made and forevers are discovered in One Wish: A Christmas Romance. Available for 99 cents or free with Kindle Unlimited.
You get one wish, what do you wish for?
Melanie Morris has freshly filed for divorce, and she can’t bare the thought of spending Christmas surrounded by her nosey family. It might be the last Christmas she can spend in the holiday home she and her estranged husband own in the Sierra Nevada. Melanie’s one wish is never to feel alone as she had during her marriage.
The snow is coming down, and it is Christmas Eve. Electrician Hunter Ripley isn’t in the Christmas spirit and wants to clock out and spend the evening with his feet up, and a beer in his hand, forgetting the memories of his late wife. Hunter’s one wish is to find peace in the past as he works to move on.
One last call comes in, and Hunter is up to bat when he’s called to an elaborate holiday cabin. With the heat out and the snow coming down, Melanie and Hunter have to make due until the snow clears. Will their wishes come true this Christmas?
This story contains adult content & some triggers