Christmas in Cape May: A Sunshine Sisters Novella by Jennifer Probst <— SHE’S DECORATING THE TOWN FOR CHRISTMAS & HE’S A BIG OL’ GRUMP! And to celebrate this release, Jennifer (as well as her publisher, 1,001 Dark Nights) are sponsoring today’s newsletter!
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So what’s it about?
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Probst comes a new story in her Sunshine Sisters series…
Devon Pratt loves many things in life. The beauty of flowers. The yin and yang of energy. The power of positivity in people. And everything to do with the Christmas season.
As a floral shop owner in the beach town of Cape May, she looks forward to decorating both the town and running the annual holiday party to benefit the local animal shelter. Too bad the new owner of her favorite venue is more like the Grinch than Santa. Working with him will be a challenge, but she’s too full of seasonal cheer to let him annoy her, right?
Jameson Franklin hates many things in life. Crowds. Fake cheer. Ostentatious décor. And especially Christmas. The season is full of things he’d rather avoid, but since taking over the popular restaurant Vintage temporarily for his cousin as a favor, he’s trying to play nice with the locals. Too bad the florist is insisting on overrunning his sacred space with blooms, dogs, and an endless positive persistence that pushes all of his buttons. But when too many heated confrontations lead to heated encounters, he begins to wonder what it would be like to love not only Christmas, but Devon Pratt.
Let the festivities begin.
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A FUN TIDBIT ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Q: What’s the most awkward thing that happens to you on a regular basis?
A: I get my dates mixed up. Yes, I have a calendar, and things are written down, but I consistently scramble up times and dates. My kids are always teasing me about it. I once showed up at the school to read for Dr. Seuss day, went to the class, walked in, and found out I had the wrong day!