The Christmas Window
A Small-Town Holiday Romance
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A matchmaking aunt wants her nephew to find love under the mistletoe...
All doggy daycare owner Callie Andrews wants for Christmas is to win first prize this year. The annual window display competition is a huge event in Silver Falls, and she’s determined to showcase her success when her family visits her small town. It's time for her parents and three older brothers to realize the "baby" of the family is thriving on her own.
The last thing Brandt Winslow wants to do is rehash the past, but returning home to Silver Falls means confronting the reason he left. His vacation, however, takes an unexpected turn when his well-meaning aunt meddles in his love life, and he finds himself caught up in her misguided efforts at matchmaking.
Despite their reluctance at being paired up, Callie and Brandt discover the holidays are full of surprises...and romance. But is the magic of Christmas strong enough to keep the couple together through the new year?
Melissa McClone’s The Christmas Window
Welcome to the small town of Silver Falls.
The annual Christmas window display competition
To win first prize in this competition is all, Callie
Andrews wants. Callie is the owner of Wags and
Tails (a Doggy Daycare Business). Winning the
first place prize would prove to her family that she
is a success.
Brandt Winslow returns to Silver Falls to visit his
Aunt Margot while on vacation. He left Silver Falls
when a business partnership went awry.
His Aunt Margot takes to making a match between
Callie & Brandt.
Will the magic of Christmas help her out?
A heartwarming read with wonderful characters in
a romantic, Christmas season oriented theme. Great
fur babies add flavor to the story.
I volunteered to read The Christmas Window. Thanks
to the author for the opportunity. My opinion is my own.
Callie and Brandt’s story is sweet, engaging and fun. I fell in love with them both!! The whole time I was reading this I kept thinking how perfect this story would be for a Hallmark Holiday movie. It would be awesome!!