Silver Bells (Santa's Secret Helpers, Book 3)

Bailey Jones is a family therapist, not an event planner. But when her friends ask her to organize the first Christmas carol competition Sapphire Bay has ever seen, she can’t say no. When she meets nine-year-old Mila Butler at the local homeless shelter, her heart melts. When she hears her sing, she’s in awe. Music could change Mila’s life, but her father wants to keep her out of the spotlight. More
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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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