Please welcome author Nikki Duncan to the blog today! She has a new book out this week, so check it out!
It’s normal as children to write letters to Santa. Meme, my youngest, writes a few every December as she updates her wish list or needs to explain her naughtiness to Santa. Of course she apologizes to him, which I think is hysterical.
Thinking of her, of the conviction behind her wishes, I thought I’d write my own Dear Santa letter.
I’ve been a good girl this year, so I want new clothes, new shoes, a Bluetooth, tv trays, a new laptop, and lots and lots of food. Mostly, I want everyone to feel the power of love and know with certainty that it will always live on. I want everyone to discover the miracle of their own ultimate gift.
I’ll always believe.
P.S. I started to ask for a bigger closet so I could buy more shoes.
If you were to write to Santa, what do you think you would ask for?
Her Miracle Man is now available from Samhain Publishing. Here’s the blurb:
Children’s hospital administrator Ryland Davids was attracted to event planner Jennalyn James the moment he saw her. He thought there would be plenty of time to get to know her—until her younger sister, Sabrina, was admitted with complications from traumatic brain injury.
Sabrina’s bright courage broke through Ryland’s wall of professional distance, but once she drew her last breath, Jennalyn left the hospital and never returned. Though he understands her need for distance, there’s a hole in his heart that won’t heal. And a last wish from Sabrina he’s honor-bound to deliver.
When Jennalyn comes face to face with Ryland at a charity event, the pain comes rushing back, threatening to shatter her everything’s-fine façade. It doesn’t help that the lump in her throat is mostly her heart, leaping in response to his touch.
Despite her reluctance to return to the scene of her grief, she fulfills Sabrina’s final request to plan a series of Christmas events for the kids. Over the course of A Month of Miracles, Ryland and Jennalyn discover there’s the light of hope at the end of grief’s dark tunnel. But it may not be enough to heal her broken heart.
What’s being said:
“Without a doubt, <strong>Her Miracle Man</strong> is unlike any romance novel you’ve ever read. This isn’t a book; it’s a journey through life, death, grief, and learning to live again. It is not lighthearted, it is not sappy, but it’s original, touching, and you will be forever changed by the unwavering determination of one little girl by the name of Sabrina.” Slick, Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
Get your copy now!