Believe: A Steamy Paranormal Women's Fiction Fairy Tale (Midlife Holiday Magic)

by Gentry Lee Burke


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Believe: A Steamy Paranormal Women's Fiction Fairy Tale (Midlife Holiday Magic) by Gentry Lee Burke
Does midlife have to mean letting go of holiday magic?

Though Christmas has always been Virginia Keith’s favorite time of year, a midlife divorce is making it awfully hard for her to keep believing in happy holidays.

When her ex and his new squeeze show up on her doorstep days before Christmas, demanding half the equity in the Victorian cottage she’s spent twenty years restoring from the ground up, she has no choice but sell the old Cessna her Dad left her.

Suddenly, Virginia Keith’s forty-eight years seem more like a century and the holiday’s hollow promises of magic are breaking her already shattered heart. Thinking time away might help, she takes her Dad’s plane for one last flight.

When a freak storm forces her into a crash landing, she wakes in the most enchanting place she’s ever seen, grateful to be alive. Question is, who rescued her? Nikolai, the too sexy to be real stranger from her dreams, or the bearded psycho freak in a Santa suit she saw at the crash scene?

Only one thing is clear. Wherever home is, Virginia can’t seem to get there from here. The more time she spends with Nikolai, the more she wonders if she really wants to return to a life of middle-aged angst. But in order to stay with the man she just might love, she must first remember that dreaming new dreams sometimes requires walking away from the old.

If you love a seasoned romance, this enchanting midlife holiday fairy tale is guaranteed to steam up your screen and leave you believing that holiday magic has no age limit.


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Believe: A Steamy Paranormal Women's Fiction Fairy Tale (Midlife Holiday Magic) by Gentry Lee Burke