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Country music star Kris Trabeau heads to Charming, Mississippi, to convince his aging aunt to sell her farm and move into a nice retirement community. She’s not having it, and she enlists her neighbor Tory Odom to help her remind Kris why the farm means so much...especially at Christmas.

After being dumped by her longtime boyfriend, Tory’s not feeling the holiday spirit. Still, she agrees to co-chair a children’s concert and silent auction to benefit the after-school center where she volunteers.

As Kris helps her with the concert and spends time with the kids, the attraction between them becomes harder and harder to ignore.

Can he trade spotlights and city lights for the place where the music began?

This funny, emotional romance includes a free Hallmark original recipe for Jingle Bell Cookies. 

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  • 01-08-2019

Liz Talley makes you wish it was Christmas.

I love how she use characters and locations from other books to make it feel like you already know them. I love a good southern romance and this books got it!

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