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Home for Christmas

Audiobook
Fiction
Unabridged   6.5 hour(s)
Publication date: 10/31/2017

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Home for Christmas

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Audio CD ISBN:9781681688350
Digital Download ISBN:9781681688367

Summary

In a charming Maine seaside town, a single mother longs to create a memorable Christmas for her two daughters—and receives a chance to make her own wishes come true, in this heartwarming novel from bestselling author Holly Chamberlin.

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At first glance, Nell King's cozy home in Yorktide, Maine, seems a step down from the impeccably decorated Boston house she shared with her husband. But in the six years since he abruptly left to marry another woman, Nell and her almost-grown daughters have found real happiness and comfort here.

Twenty-one-year-old Molly has never forgiven her father for walking out, though she worries about sacrificing her independence the way her mother did. Should she stay in Maine with her dependable boyfriend, or move to the city and prove herself? Felicity, meanwhile, is torn between loyalty to Nell and wanting to spend time with her glamorous, ski champion stepmother. Nell is eager to cement the bond with her daughters by making this holiday picture-perfect. But there's a complication—and an opportunity . . .

Nell's first and greatest love, now a successful novelist, has arrived in town for a book signing. As the two rekindle their friendship, Nell confronts the choices and compromises she once made in the name of stability. And as the coming days unfold with revelations and unexpected gifts, this Christmas promises to herald a bright new beginning.

Author Bio

Holly Chamberlin earned an undergraduate and graduate degree in English Literature at New York University. She worked as an editor in the publishing industry for about ten years, and then moved to Boston, married, and became a freelance editor and writer. She and her husband now live in downtown Portland, Maine.