Just One Day: A Clean and Sweet Christian Novella
by Laura Leigh
It's the worst day of Molly's life.
She's about to head home to Pennsylvania for the holidays with the goal of winning back her former fiance, but things aren't going as planned. Her scale tells her that all her efforts to lose weight were useless. Her suitcase--perhaps in sympathy pain?--is also overweight. And her boss's plan for her last day of work doesn't jive with hers. In fact, all of her plans have been sabotaged.
Now a batch of gorgeous Christmas butter cookies has her job hanging by a thread, her ex-fiance's parents have moved into her old bedroom for the holidays, and CEO Aaron Werner has shown up at work needing her help with a last-minute project.
Molly has to face a new norm, and things are not looking up.
However, things aren't always what they seem. Sometimes an old friend appears in the guise of a stranger and people close to you are harboring sticky secrets.
But God is at work, and Molly just might be surprised by what the future holds.
This laugh-out-loud, pure lit Christian novella is appropriate for any age, whether young or young at heart.
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