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A Christmas Wish (Linden Corners)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0758266715, Paperback)A CHRISTMAS WISH
A Linden Corners Novel
Completely revised, with new scenes and added dialogue, A CHRISTMAS WISH makes its commercial debut, finally answering the most often asked question by readers of TILTING AT WINDMILLS. "What happened to Brian and Janey next?"...
This Christmas, the greatest gifts can't be found beneath a tree...
Eight-year-old Janey Sullivan has had a difficult year, between losing her mother and adjusting to life with her guardian, Brian Duncan. But with the holidays approaching, her one Christmas wish is to find the perfect gift for Brian--if she can learn to trust him first.
Reeling from the loss of his soul mate, Brian is determined to give her daughter, Janey, an extraordinary Christmas. But he struggles to read her irregular moods, and when he catches her in a lie, he begins to doubt the future of their new little family.
Can Brian and Janey navigate the emotional mind fields of the holiday season and forge a lasting bond? With the help of their friends and family in Linden Corners, and a bit of Christmas magic riding on the wind, they may be able to preserve Janey's mother's traditions, perhaps ever start new ones--and discover that the life they hadn't planned on can still bring the happiness they've always wished for.
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For Brian Duncan, his only wish is to provide the most special Christmas ever for Janey Sullivan, the charming eight-year-old girl left in his care. For Janey Sullivan, her only wish is to find the most perfect gift for her newfound guardian. As the holiday season nears, their delicate balance is threatened over an issue of trust. With the help of the residents of Linden Corners and the spinning, knowing sails of the town's landmark windmill--Brian and Janey will learn that the best gifts are not those found beneath their glittering tree but those found deep in their hearts.
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