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One Last Christmas

Joyce Livingston

Publisher: Barbour Books

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Sylvia has one last Christmas, after that, her husband of twenty-five years will do the unthinkable - divorce her. Out of agonizing prayer and reflection Sylvia Benson has developed a plan: Maybe if Randy sees what hell be leaving behind, hell change his mind. Randy Benson believes the love in his marriage has died. Sylvia was always so busy with everything else she could barely make time for him - so it only made sense to throw himself into his work. Now, to make the process as easy as possible, hell give his wife one last Christmas together in exchange for an uncontested divorce. How can Sylvia expect one week of bliss to undo so many years of mistakes?

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