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New Release! Romantic Women’s Fiction, A Mother for Christmas!

Written By: Jackie Weger - Dec• 08•20

Christmas time is here again, and I can’t help but admire the intricate way some folks trim their trees. I myself have a basic Charlie Brown tree with antiques and memories and a Christmas cactus that I can always depend on to bloom and cheer me up. I did, however, have a fabulous time decorating a St. Augustine Victorian house inside A Mother for Christmas, though, so if you like old-fashioned romantic Christmas stories, visit your favorite retailer and grab my new eBook release! After you grab your copy, scroll down to see my cactus!

Decker Davenport is on a deadline. He has thirty days — Christmas Eve, to be exact — to remodel a St. Augustine Victorian house or the owner will put it back on the market. Not a good time for Decker’s decorator to take off on a honeymoon, leaving him with Annalise Owens, a stand-in with a malaise he isn’t privy to.

But as he watches Annalise work miracles on the house and his daughter, he realizes the two of them have bonded in some ethereal way, as if they’ve always known each other.

As Christmas Eve approaches, Decker still sees the curious malaise in Annalise’s eyes. A haunting that even his kiss can’t take away. What secret does the new woman in his house possess? And will learning Annalise’s secret bring him and his daughter joy, or tear their world apart?

Grab your copy from your favorite retailer!

 

How do you dress up your house for the holiday season? Traditional or modern, a real tree or imitation? Here’s my Christmas cactus in full bloom!

 

 

 

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8 Comments

  1. Robyn M. Ryan says:

    Merry Christmas, Jackie! I treated myself to an early gift—cannot wait to read A Mother For Christmas! Your Christmas cactus is beautiful… mine seem to prefer July. 🤷‍♀️.

    ~ Robyn

  2. I love your Christmas cactus, Jackie, and it’s great to see read your newsletter and see your new release! I have a table-top flocked, pre-lit tree decorated with my woodland ornaments. It’s a comfort.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Thank you, Piper! And that sounds great. I was looking at a tree at a restaurant that used wood critters and bird nests, so I can picture how beautiful yours must be.

      Thank you for reading my newsletter!

      Merry Christmas!

  3. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I loved this Sweet Christmas Romance, Jackie!

    Such a beautifully romantic, classically-told story with a twist I didn’t see coming. I just knew EXACTLY what the story was about and what the big reveal would be. I’m surprised to tell you I was wrong, and I was so thrilled when I experienced it.

    As always, I love your strong-willed heroines and stubborn heroes, who put aside their own wants and concerns to see the big picture. I always enjoy watching your characters move past just physical attraction to experience deep emotions. And you always do it in a funny way.

  4. JP McLean says:

    Merry Christmas, Jackie. Love the cactus. It reminds me I must take a break and put up the decorations. All the best in 2021.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Thank you, JP! Yes, the bright red flowers always liven up the room, even on a gloomy December day. I hope your 2021 is wonderful. I certainly don’t think 2021 could be worse than 2020! At least I hope not! 🙂

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