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Christmas Dance Paperback – April 26, 2013
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Leah is a worrier, a self-described neurotic who tends to imagine the worst-case scenario in response to brewing troubles. She hasn’t decided if this leaning toward the dark side is what draws her to write edgy, gritty stories, or if the suspenseful mysteries and gothic romances that filled her childhood bookshelves somehow imprinted their shadows on her psyche. Despite (or maybe because of) this propensity for infusing her fiction with murder and mayhem, she still craves those happily-ever-after endings and the romance of everlasting love. Over the years she has discovered too that she enjoys delving into the deepest of human emotions—love and hate, bravery and cowardice, joy and despair—and how we, as human beings, relate to each other. Her greatest hope is to touch her readers’ hearts and help them experience the joy that only love can bring. Married to her college sweetheart and the mother of two grown sons, Leah is a native of the Central Jersey Shore but now makes her home in the Tidewater area of Virginia. Her published works include Surrender to Sanctuary (2010, The Wild Rose Press; 2012 Edward Allen Publishing), novella Adrienne’s Ghost (2012, Edward Allen Publishing), and the award-winning short story Letter from Christine. Visit Leah at leahstjames.com
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Top Customer Reviews
What happens when folks who are unhappy in their current relationship or marriage meet someone they find exciting and adventurous?
There is an old saying that the grass is “always greener on the other side of the fence.”
But what I’ve found in my life, and in the experiences of many I know, this adage, in reality should be “the grass is always greener over the septic tank.”
This rings true for Alexandra and Sam. Despite their obvious flaws (or perhaps because of them) I found these characters to be compelling and the plot very believable and the pacing was great (kept me turning pages).
Ms. St. James’s voice and style make for quick, easy and interesting reading.
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