All These Titles Are Available In E-book Format New Christmas Anthology The Christmas Cake by Judith Leigh While Tami Heart is content with her life in Mistletoe, she wonders why its legendary magic hs eluded her. She longs to have someone special to share her life with but can’t bring herself to believe in magic. Then, famous New York Chef Matthew St John stops at the diner where she waits on tables. He’s charming, considerate, handsome, and fun — everything she wants in a man. But can Mistletoe’s magic extend beyond the city limit sign to bring these two together?
It Must Have Been the Mistletoe
By Judith Leigh
“Kacey Michaels’ has never taken a risk in her whole life. Now she is not only leaving her home, but also moving to an entirely different state. With the help of a local woman, she is able to find a job. Yet, something is still missing in her life. Is her boss in Mistletoe, Nick Klaus the answer?”
This fun, loving short story is available now as part of the Love Under the Mistletoe Anthology.
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Flames of Gold
Chance for a Merry Christmas by Judith Leigh is a story about loss and love that hits close to home. I think Ms. Leigh has done an impeccable job with this story because with love sometimes comes the fear of the unknown. Sue had just lost her mother, and was not ready to lose someone else she loved so soon. Chance said that being out of the Air Force was not an option so now what could these two do to be together? Let me tell you, distance can make the heart grow fonder, and would it really be so bad to be a military wife? Sue has to make that jump, is her love for the man she has only known a short time, enough to make her throw caution to the wind? Ms. Leigh is just begging you gals to find a military man that is sensitive and caring with this one!
Connecting Flights by Judith Leigh Stormy weather delayed baggage claims on Elizabeth Rawlings’ return flight to Tallahassee. A double latte sounds like the perfect time killer. The crowded coffee shop necessitates sharing a table where she receives a jolt stronger than the lightning outside.
Aaron Blake noticed Beth in the luggage return area. Now here she was, asking to share his table. The high school sweetheart he’d never forgotten, or stopped loving.
Can a chance meeting turn out to be a lifetime connection?