Sara’s marriage was on the rocks for years. After a long shift she arrived home to a note saying, “Locks have been changed. Your stuff is on the porch.”
Sara grabbed her bags, got back in the car, and headed aimlessly up the highway. For Sale signs
act like a homing beacon and lead Sara to a rundown Christmas tree farm. A vision of a farm that brought Santa’s village to reality ensued. The owner of the land agrees to sale a portion of the farm for Sara’s promise to revive it to its former glory.
With the Herculean task of running and renovating, help unexpectedly comes when a former
childhood visitor of the farm named Jack arrives. The duo is committed bringing a North Pole
experience to all but amidst a budding relationship is turbulent times.
Amazon Customer5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful story about family. – I love Christmas and a great story making this book the best of both worlds. The story is extremely relatable about loss, love and following your dreams. Pick up this book and fall into a wonderful world of Christmas.
Amazon Customer5.0 out of 5 stars Sweet yet not overly mushy story– I love this book!! I am a Christmas fanatic (like leave the tree up until March and only take it down then because it is in the way type of fanatic), but some Christmas stories are just way too mushy. This book is the perfect balance of romance and Christmas. It inspires me to buy land and start my own Christmas dream. Read this book! Love this book.
5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful and loveable story! – This was a fast and easy read and one you’ll devour in just a couple sittings if not one. D.W. Saur does an impressive job of teaching us that when we hit rock bottom, there really is no where else to go but up, but in order to turn our life around, we must put pride aside and work hard to achieve the desired goal. I loved this story about friendship, family, and family traditions. Growing up, my family had, and still has, their own Christmas traditions, so I could relate to the main character’s desire to grow a family Christmas tree farm into something truly magical. The only thing that would have made this read even better, is if I had read it during the Christmas season, but that just means I might have to plan another reread at the end of 2020 to fully appreciate the seasonal aspects of this wonderful and lovable story.