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CHRISSY'S WISH



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GEnie Romance and Womens Fiction Exchange: Chrissys Wish is Trana Mae Simmons enchanting story of a little girls wish and prayer, invoking wonderful memories of childhood beliefs and dreams. Ms. Simmons Christmas story reminds the reader that Christmas is a time for miracles and of Angels. Five year old Chrissy Butler wasnt praying for something for herself. She only wanted her Aunt Polly to be happy again and not to cry anymore. And her prayer of "Cant you please send somebody so Aunt Polly will be happy again? Amen" touches Heavens ears so much that two angels, Josephine and Matthew, are sent to fulfill it.Polly had raised her niece after the death of Chrissys parents. She had worked to keep their ranch a home for Chrissy but times had gotten rough. She needed help. But was the help that arrived in the form of Sam Butler, Chrissys uncle, the right kind of help? Sam Butler had been in love with his brothers wife, Christine, before she married Sams younger brother. He had not seen them since their marriage. When he receives a letter from her telling him of his brothers death, he rushes to see if he can help her. He didnt know the letter was five years old, and was part of the plan of the two angels to answer Chrissys prayer.As Ms. Simmons story of Chrissy, her Aunt Polly and Sam Butler unfolds, the reader finds herself cheering on the efforts of Jo and Matt as they work to bring together three people in need of each others love.Trana Mae Simmons is the author of numerous romances, both historical and paranormal. Her Magical Love book, Spellbound, an upcoming ebook, garnered a Top Pick 4-1/2 stars award from Romantic Times magazine. Her romances are being reissued as ebooks. As T. M. Simmons, her paranormal mysteries and true ghost hunting diaries are also available as ebooks.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2011
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2000171204373
    • ISBN:  9781465773135

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