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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Letters from Santa (O Little Town of Christmas #7) by Becca Whitham








Army intelligence officer Alex Stevens has been trying to prove his father didn’t desert during WWII so his mother can receive survivor benefits. He’s followed every lead until it ran dry. Then Violet Poplovich, the daughter of another soldier who deserted at the same time as Alex’s father, walks into his office with a check she thinks came from the army. But the army doesn’t issue checks from the First National Bank of North Pole, Alaska. All Alex wants is the truth, and he wants Violet to help him find it.

Violet doesn’t want to believe her father’s a deserter, and she certainly doesn’t want to believe he’s been sending cashier’s checks for fifteen years without ever trying to contact her. Except maybe he has...disguised as Santa. When she receives some mysterious gifts, Violet is forced to consider that her father may be alive.

Both of them are looking for the same man, and the only person who can help is Santa. 


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About The Author





In addition to writing, I enjoy singing, playing the violin, and
papercrafting.  You can see some of my cards and other projects over



My Review






Living without your father for most of your life, and also living with the stigma of desertion during wartime, and meeting a person who has gone through the same. There is a twist here, in that one believes the others father is responsible for their father being blamed.
When these two hurting souls are drawn together, and decided to work together, there are answers to be found, and good to be done for others. Loved how everyone ends up at the same place in Alaska at the same time, and even more information just happens to become available while they are there.
Come and see a spark of romance between foes, and see the spirit of Christmas come to prevail, and maybe a bit more. A sweet free read.
I received this book free though Amazon, and was not required to give a positive review.





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