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Mistletoe and Molly

Janet Dailey

Publisher: Open Road Media Romance

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Summary

Former sweethearts reunite in snowy Vermont in a delightful Christmas romance by the New York Times–bestselling author . . .   After ten years away, Jonas Concannon is back in Randolph, Vermont, and the only thing rivaling the beauty of the peaceful, snow-laden village is Bridget O’Shea. She was once his first love. Today, she’s a single mother with plenty to keep her busy—like making sure little Molly’s Christmas is as merry as possible.    But amid the holiday bustle, Bridget can’t deny the heartwarming feeling she gets when she learns that Jonas hasn’t given up on their long-ago love. If they can recapture the magic of the past, Jonas, Bridget, and Molly may receive a gift greater than anything under the tree . . .
Available since: 08/16/2022.
Print length: 240 pages.

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