Dec 3, 2013

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

The Most
Wonderful Time of the Year
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Christmas is
the most wonderful time of the year, right? At least that’s what
twenty-year-old Ginny Bailey’s grandmother always told her, and Ginny believed
it until Grama died. She even put on a brave face the following two
Christmases, carrying on Grama’s traditions and decorating her house and cafĂ©
with Grama’s favorite decorations.

But Ginny can’t pretend any longer. When she finds out she’s going to be alone
for the holidays this year, her Christmas spirit goes out the window, along
with her luck. Everything that can go wrong does, and Ginny just wants to spend
the holidays hiding under the covers...until Dean Riley comes back into her
life. With their shared past, old feelings begin to resurface almost
immediately, and Ginny thinks Dean might just be the Christmas miracle she’s
been waiting for to help her remember why Christmas really is the most
wonderful time of the year.

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What people are saying about The Most Wonderful
Time of the Year
“While The Most Wonderful Time of the Year is
a quick read, it is an adorable one. This story shows the value of friends and
family and the importance they have in our lives, no matter what time of the
year it is…If you're looking for a well-written, heartwarming story for those
cold days, pick this up.”
~ Jessica Sankiewicz, author of If Only

“Marie Landry delivered the perfect little holiday
novella with The Most Wonderful Time of the Year. It has a small-town
coffee shop, memories of Christmas with Grandma, snowballs, hot cocoa and a
yummy man from our heroine’s past. Mini review: romantic, sweet and filled with
holiday spirit.”

The Most Wonderful Time of Year was quick
and sweet, just how I like my holiday reads.”
~ Christy from Love
of Books

About the
Marie Landry
is the author of BLUE SKY DAYS (contemporary YA—January 2012), THE GAME CHANGER
(women's fiction—November 2012), WAITING FOR THE STORM (contemporary YA—April
2013), and THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR (a new adult holiday
novella-November 2013). Marie has always been a daydreamer; since early
childhood, she's had a passion for words and a desire to create imaginary
worlds, so it only seemed natural for her to become a writer. She resides in
Ontario, Canada, and most days you can find her writing, reading, blogging
about writing and reading, listening to U2, wandering around with a camera in
her hand, watching copious amounts of TV on DVD, or having grand adventures
with her nephews and niece.

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