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A Cliché Christmas # 1, in the Love in Lenox series, by Nicole Deese
Georgia Cole writes screenplays of Christmas Clichés for a living. She has yet to experience the true magic of the season herself. Georgia is not thrilled when her grandmother volunteers her to direct a pageant in the hometown community theater alongside childhood crush, Weston James. Seven years ago was her last humiliating onstage performance. Will these two get a second chance at love? Is Christmas really more than a cliché?
Unabridged MP3-CD; approximately 5 hours 1 minute; 1 MP3-CD; performed by Amy Rubinate.
Vendor: Brilliance Audio
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 5.25 X 6.75 X .5 (inches)|
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2014 American Christian Fiction Writers' Genesis Award Finalist
Writing happy endings is easy. Living one is the hard part.
Georgia Cole—known in Hollywood as the “Holiday Goddess”—has made a name for herself writing heartwarming screenplays chock-full of Christmas clichés, but she has yet to experience the true magic of the season. So, when her eccentric grandmother volunteers her to direct a pageant at Georgia’s hometown community theater, she is less than thrilled. To make matters worse, she’ll be working alongside Weston James, her childhood crush and the one man she has tried desperately to forget.
Now, facing memories of a lonely childhood and the humiliation of her last onstage performance, seven years earlier, Georgia is on the verge of a complete mistletoe meltdown. As Weston attempts to thaw the frozen walls around her heart, Georgia endeavors to let go of her fears and give love a second chance. If she does, will she finally believe that Christmas can be more than a cliché?