The Holly & The Ivy – A sweet romance with a mystery twist!

A beautiful cover featuring the covered bridge leading into the fictional rural town of CAROL FALLS, VT.

A beautiful cover featuring the covered bridge leading into the fictional rural town of CAROL FALLS, VT.

THE HOLLY AND THE IVY (BOOK THREE) by Brenda M. Collins

Want a little romance and mystery over the holidays this Christmas? Then visit with the Frost Family in Carol Falls, Vermont and enjoy these three heartwarming stories.
Book 1: “What Child is This” by C.J. Carmichael –http://amzn.com/B00FJFULYQ
Book 2: “Home for Christmas” by Roxy Boroughs –http://amzn.com/B00FIO7D3A
Book 3: “The Holly & the Ivy” by Brenda M. Collins – http://amzn.com/B00FZUI2C8

THE HOLLY & THE IVY

Police Officer Joey Frost has her hands full this Christmas in Carol Falls, Vermont. A vandal is painting the town red, green and every color in between, plus someone left baby “Holly” in the manger of the town’s Nativity display and no one has a clue where her mother is. But Joey can handle it all…until a snow storm blows Noel “Fletch” Fletcher back to town.

Joey and Fletch have a history. But he’s no longer the cute boy who kissed-and-dismissed her in high school. He’s grown into a dangerously attractive man—who also nabbed the promotion Joey was gunning for. When the Police Chief assigns them to work together, Fletch’s “by-the-book” law enforcement style is almost as irritating as the resurfacing of their old attraction. Is Fletch trying to distract her from her career aspirations? Or is true love going to be her surprise Christmas gift this year?

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