A Groovy Christmas: Winchesters of Legend (book 3)

“Legend is a small town that will remind readers of Cedar Cove and/or Virgin River.”

Two Novellas: Christmas 1968 and Christmas 1969

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Christmas 1968: A Groovy Christmas

In the spring Kathleen Fields will graduate from college. By New Year’s Eve, she expects a proposal from her longtime beau. It’s 1968 and women are burning bras and freely making love. Before settling down to a boring life in boring Legend, Tennessee, Kathleen wants to experience a little of the excitement of her peers. And more than anything, she wants to do something about being a virgin.

Hippie and political activist Grant Winchester has received his draft notice. Uncertain about dodging the draft, he stops in Legend to visit his aunt before the holidays. Not finding her at home, Grant rediscovers his high school sweetheart and his plans take an unexpected turn.

Like the Hatfield’s and the McCoy’s, Kathleen and Grant’s families have been feuding for decades. Plus Kathleen is not so sure she approves of his decision to go to Canada. Yet Grant is a likely candidate to help her solve her problem. Kathleen risks her future only to discover that free sex is not so free, and sometimes the man of your dreams comes into your life when you least expect it.

Christmas 1969: Not Quite Christmas

Accountant Frank Smith doesn’t want to go home for Christmas, not after he was dumped by his long-time girlfriend on Christmas Day a year ago. Avoiding Legend, Tennessee, is high on his priority list until he meets his mother’s houseguest—hippie chick Emmy Johnson, a girl with a past . . . . and maybe Frank’s future.

 

Read Jane and Graham’s story in The Reunion Game.

If you want to know more about Jane’s sister, read Dawn’s story in Santa’s Kiss.

You’ll find the love story of Graham’s parents in A Groovy Christmas.

Jane and Dawn’s parents have their own love story in Not Quite Christmas.

 Note: The town of Legend, Tennessee, and its residents live in the imaginations of its authors. The town and all characters in this publication are fictitious and any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

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