Christmas With Hover Hill
Elizabeth didn't care about Christmas, and this one was going to be much worse. Her brother says he has a business trip. He gives her his gift early. An obnoxious man robot Scott says does housework. Elizabeth finds out a former boyfriend, Steven, and her brother programmed the robot to brainwash her to take Steven back. Elizabeth decides to run away and take Hover Hill with her. More
Elizabeth Winston grew up not caring about Christmas. This Christmas is going to be much worse than the holidays she and her brother, Scott, spent with her divorced parents. Her former boyfriend, Steven Mitchell, showed up to pester her about renewing their relationship now that his marriage has ended. Elizabeth always looks forward to sharing Christmas with her brother, Scott, but he says he has a business trip during Christmas. His present for her is an expensive and obnoxious robot man by the name of Hover Hill. Just her luck to be stuck with a mechanical man to share the holidays with. Elizabeth was fit to be tied when she figure out the robot was planted by Steven Mitchell to brainwash her into taking him back. Scott betrayed her when he helped Steven by saying the robot was his gift. She slipped out of town with the robot, leaving her old life behind and walked into a new set of problems. She wanted to hide out for six months, but that isn't easy in a small town. Gossip about her flew faster than the rumors that came out of the Silver Dollar Tavern. Susie, at the Maidrite Diner, bragged she got a look at the handsome man that Elizabeth is shacking up with. The minster's wife complained a local farmer, Bud Carter, hadn't been to church for a month of Sundays. Holly, from the Antique Store, said the reason why is that Bud's spending more time at the newcomer's house than he is his place. The grocery store checker said Elizabeth acts like she's hiding out from someone. If Steven comes looking, with all the attention Elizabeth is getting, all he has to do is ask and get directions from anyone in town to the old Carter house.
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