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"a great story for the holiday season"

RaKeesha "Holly' Black ran away to her parents' cabin in Vermont to get out of the city where her ex was getting married to another woman, just months after breaking it off with her. In her mind she needed time to think and get over the pain. Two days before Christmas she decides to head home when a storm hits and she has to return to the cabin.

Logan, having rented the Black cabin for Christmas arrives just before the storm hits not knowing Holly is still there due to the same storm. He has had his eye on her since he saw her at an art show years ago, the same show her ex was at. Can he convince Holly that he isn't like her ex and a lot of other men, like she thinks? Will Holly give him a chance to prove he just wants her and to make her happy?

Dana Littlejohn brings the lives of her charaters into view in her short story, Christmas with Holly. Many readers will enjoy this short story as they read the struggle of Logan and Holly and will want to see if Holly will give Logan a shot or will she shoot him down? Christmas with Holly is a great story for those readers that want something to read through the holiday season but don't really have time to read a full length book.

Reviewed by Stacy Link
Posted December 15, 2008

SUMMARY

Running away from her problems wasn’t something that RaKeesha ‘Holly’ Black usually did, but she needed time alone to work this one out. She headed for the peace and solitude of her parents' cabin in Vermont and hid, licking her wounds thinking the pain would never go away. Then a snowstorm came along and trapped her inside with just what she needed for her healing to really begin.

Elements: Interracial (BW/WM)

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Christmas with Holly
(Heatsheet: Oh! Oh! Oh!)
by Dana Littlejohn

Phaze
December 1, 2008
Available: December 14, 2008
ISBN #1606591029
EAN #9781606591024
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