This Sweet & Clean Christmas Romance Box Set includes 6 uplifting holiday books by beloved author, Sophie Mays. Each book takes place in a unique setting! We hope these stories enliven your spirit, make you laugh, and get you decking the halls in no time!
This Collection Includes The Following Books:
In From New York, With Love, we join Emily and Josh as they confront some of life’s trickier decisions. Can a big city girl survive the holidays in her boyfriend’s small hometown? Throw in a Christmas tree farm visit, some warm apple cider, good Southern cooking, and everyone’s favorite little town of Magnolia Harbor. Watch the downtown come alive under the twinkling holiday lights and find out if Emily and Josh will be celebrating the New Year alone or together.
In A Whole Latte Christmas, Sonia returns to her hometown of Evergreen Valley from teaching abroad, wishing for a simple Christmas with her family. When her character is put to the test, she saves a life and in the process earns the gratitude of Aiden, the charming new café owner in town. Sparks fly, but can Sonia overcome her own doubts and at the same time save the youth choir’s Christmas Eve performance? Travel to the beautiful Canadian Rockies for a sweet story and a good latte to find out!
In A Girl’s Guide To Creating Christmas, single mom Natalie is overwhelmed running her small flower shop. Can her precocious daughter Fiona convince her after-school mentor, Paul, to help her plan a magical Christmas for her mom, and hopefully remind Natalie of the true meaning of the holidays?
In Key West Christmas, Josie makes a dramatic life change but quickly realizes the realities of paradise may be a little more than she bargained for. Can her new friend Nate help her find her holiday spirit in the not-so-snowy Key West, Florida?
In Santa Baby, Maybe, we take two strangers whose paths can’t stop crossing and sprinkle in a little art, coffee, and an opulent holiday party. Mix it together, and you have been whisked away to the scenic Great Smoky Mountains for a cute, clean holiday romp! A Christmas story of family, faith, and finding out that sometimes the mall Santa is more than meets the eye!
In Scottish Holiday, a journey of self-discovery leads New Yorker Jillian on a quest across the Atlantic. Will her Christmas holiday home provide the quaint getaway she has in mind…or will a chance occurrence with a local Scotsman change her plans completely? Venture to the wee Scottish Isle of Lewis and help Jillian track down her roots.
Christmas Q&A with the Author, Sophie Mays.
What was your favorite Christmas tradition as a child?
I don’t know that this was my favorite tradition per se (though I loved it), but it felt distinct to my family. Every year during the holiday season, my parents would haul out our “traditional Christmas music”. They would dust off the cassette tapes, which eventually became CD’s, and we would listen to “Elvis’ Christmas Album”, “Billboard Greatest Christmas Hits: 1955-Present”, and “Bing Crosby White Christmas” while decorating the house..and then every day thereafter. It never dawned on me how random all those songs were. I had young parents and I think perhaps those were just popular albums when they got together, which somehow became our family tradition. Now, the second I hear Elvis start singing about having a blue Christmas, I know the season is in full swing!
If you had one, what would you like to get in your stocking this year?
I would like a Sephora gift card in my stocking. I still do get a stocking, and it’s something I unexpectedly started getting a few years back. I would never shop there myself, so the gift card is a fun, little treat that allows me to splurge on something that I otherwise never would.
How do you keep Christ in Christmas?
We take extra time to spend with our families, and talk to our young children about the importance of gratitude, and giving during this most important time of the year. We talk about the sacrifices that have been made on our behalf that allow us to have so many blessings, and why we need to remember to appreciate all that has been done for us. We also try to focus on the “holiday season” as a whole, being one of joy, goodwill toward all our fellow humans, and being vessels of positive change, rather than putting the emphasis on one day of receiving gifts.
Describe the taste of candy canes.
I often don’t think to eat candy canes, and then one day I’ll end up popping one into my mouth. (Chocolate Peppermint Bark on the other hand, I can eat by the ton…) The sweet, pepperminty candy cane swirl always has the same delicious taste that it’s always had. Then I remember that sticky and chewy consistency, and I can’t help but munch it up getting it stuck in my back teeth, but in a good way.
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