Christmas On Main Street: A Sweet Small Town Christmas Romance (Santa's Secret Helpers, Book 1)

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This Christmas, something magical is happening in Sapphire Bay.

Emma loves everything about the small Montana town she calls home. The scenery is spectacular, her business is thriving, and her six-year-old twins are happy. When a Christmas Facebook post goes viral, Emma and her friends are swamped with people asking Santa for help. But it’s her twins Christmas wish that breaks her heart. More
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About Leeanna Morgan

Leeanna Morgan is a USA Today bestselling author. She lives in New Zealand surrounded by green hills on one side and the ocean on the other. She enjoys going for long walks, especially if she can convince her husband and two children to go with her!

Leeanna writes contemporary romances set in Montana. Her books contain all of the things that are important to her; good friends, family, a strong sense of community, and a happy ending.

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About the Series: Santa's Secret Helpers
This Christmas, something magical is happening in Sapphire Bay.

When a Christmas Facebook post goes viral, Emma, Kylie, Bailey, and Shelley are swamped with people asking Santa for help. Join them as they make people's Christmas wishes come true and, in the process, find their happy ever after.

Santa's Secret Helpers:

Book 1: Christmas On Main Street (Emma and Jack)

Book 2: Mistletoe Madness (Kylie and Ben)

Book 3: Silver Bells (Bailey and Steven)

Book 4: The Santa Express (Shelley and John)

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Reviews of Christmas On Main Street: A Sweet Small Town Christmas Romance (Santa's Secret Helpers, Book 1) by Leeanna Morgan

S. Y. Platinum reviewed on June 25, 2022

I read this book a long time ago and just re-read it today. It was a really interesting book. I'm glad Leeanna Morgan didn't make Mark a deadbeat ex-husband, but instead someone who could find redemption. I wonder if she'll write a book for him as his story seems intriguing. But for a smart woman, I don't see how Emma couldn't realize that playing happy family with Mark wouldn't make Jack feel uncomfortable. Imagine if he had kids and his ex-wife came back and he decided to play happy family like she hadn't ditched him and their children. She would most definitely feel hurt and unsure. But overall the book was really good and there were no silly misunderstandings that could've been avoided with a little communication.
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