A Trip Back to Snowy Pines (Book II in the Christmas Village Trilogy)

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At eight, Lola's life took a precarious turn that found Lola in a real-life Christmas village and witness to the budding romance of Dr. Josh and Kellany. Years later Lola's life is far from the idyllic romance she envisioned in Snowy Pines. Between missing her son and falling in love with her husband Lola wonders what she's supposed to learn during A Trip Back to Snowy Pines. More

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About Lisa Pendergrass

An insomniac since birth, my earliest memories are of lying in bed at night and making up stories to keep myself entertained. Anytime life got dull, I'd create my own adventure in my mind and suddenly I could be anyone, anywhere. It seemed only natural that those characters who've been bouncing around my own personal make believe world, would eventually find their way to the pages of a book. Each of my characters has a beloved life of their own, and the stories I'm telling about them are just the windows into their adventures.

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martin xiong reviewed on on Sep. 16, 2015

Your books are genuinely good reads, and HEY, I know there's be haters out there--b-u--u-t, aside from that, there's always a ways with the good 'ol pick-n- choose-of-choice. And I think these cleanly written stories are engrossing in their completely honest and enchanting premonitions-like-ish (let's just pretend these words are real).
A.K.A. - all in all, I find these stories to be quite refreshing, from both dialogue to the quick turn-around of strange events becoming reality. It's really, really sweet, and I hope you continue to impress with yoir already impressively clean-slate writing style.
After all, it's like an unexpectedly chill and fresh summer reprieve of stark downpour as compared to the stifling dross conjured up by one-too-many an ingenuine author (those who clearly etch works just shy of plagiarised content that isn't even worth reading, unless one seeks to gorge themselves upon FIFTY repetitive scenes of 'sticks-n-holes'.
Keep on writing, I love this series!
(review of free book)
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