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    Awesome

    Every year there is that one holiday story that touches my heart and reminds me exactly what the season is all about. This year, for me, this is that book. It's an amazing story of love, compassion, family, and friendship that you won't soon forget. There is nothing Jenna Stockton won't do to protect her son Riley and keep him safe. Stumbling upon the small mountain town of Eternity Springs, CO will turn out to be the best thing to ever happen to them but it will take a little time for her to realize and accept it. This is their journey and it's one you don't want to miss!
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    The Christmas Wishing Tree

    Eternity Springs is the most accepting town and the citizens are always ready to lend a hand. Devin was amazing to help Jenna's son and encouraged him to "Believe". I loved this book and recommend it to anyone over 18. Thank you Emily for once again an amazing book. looking forward to the next one.
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    Believe in the Magic of Christmas

    I just loved my visit to Eternity Springs, just like all of my previous visits!! This story will make you believe in the magic of Christmas. Riley makes a phone call to Santa, asking for his only wish a dad. Santa turns out to be Devin in Eternity Springs, who is there visiting his family. Many calls in sue between the two, until Riley's mom, Jenna intervenes. Now Jenna and Riley's lives are in jeopardy, and she decides to move to Eternity Springs, not knowing that Santa is from there. With the magic of Christmas, family and friends of Eternity Springs makes for the perfect holiday read for this season. Oh, did I say babies and puppies too. A light suspense is also in the story line. I highly recommend this book!!
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    Another heart-warming visit to Eternity Springs

    The Christmas Wishing Tree, to no one’s surprise, is another treasure from author Emily March. It’s the fifteenth novel in the Eternity Springs series and the perfect story to get you into the Christmas spirit. Whether this is your 15th visit to Eternity Springs or your first, you’ll find it’s a magical place, where family and friends, love and loyalty are the most important things in the world. The Christmas Wishing Tree is the story of a little boy with a special Christmas wish, of Devin Murphy, whose heart is in Eternity Springs but whose work is in Australia and of Jenna Stockton, a doctor who is desperately trying to keep her son safe and who isn’t ready to give her heart to anyone or any place. Until everything comes together in Eternity Springs. Author Emily March is a master. Just a few paragraphs in and I was totally caught up in the story and the characters. And when the action moved to Eternity Springs I felt as if I had come home, a place where I was loved and surrounded by beauty and the joy of Christmas. This is a sweet story filled with people you immediately feel a connection with and want as your friends and family. But it’s also a suspense-filled mystery with a strong, smooth plot, well-developed characters with depth, and a pace that will keep you turning pages. It stands alone with just enough information about the businesses and people in this beautiful town and their history for you to understand the depth of their loyalty, devotion and discretion, and to what lengths they will go to protect someone in need. But if you have read any or all of the previous books in this wonderful series you’ll see the threads expertly pulled together, how folks have grown, relationships developed, problems been resolved. You’ll feel like you are visiting old friends in an oh so comfortable home. The Christmas Wishing Tree was the first holiday story I read this year and it was the perfect tale to get me in the spirit: majestic forests of trees, babies, dogs, delicious desserts, beautiful decoration, adventure on the high seas, and of course romance. What Jenna and Reilly had already endured made me sad, and the very real danger to them had me truly scared for their safety and grateful for the many loving souls with huge hearts and open arms willing to help – and love – them. I received a complimentary ARC edition from the publisher St. Martin's Press via NetGalley. I was not required to provide a review, but I recommend The Christmas Wishing Tree without hesitation. I felt the danger and suspense, and I also laughed, cried and smiled. It touched me, and when I was finished I felt happiness, love and hope.
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    Fantastic Holiday Read!

    The Christmas Wishing Tree is a fabulous contemporary romance from Emily March. Ms. March has given us a well-written book. I totally adore the characters in this story. Jenna is a doctor being targeted for nasty pranks. She moves her young son and herself to another state and the pranks start again. Devin is in Eternity Springs for Christmas with his family. Due to an unfortunate event, his phone is damaged and he takes a loner phone from a friend. Jenna's son thinks he's calling Santa, but it's Devin that answers. Devin and Jenna's story is loaded with drama, humor, sizzle and suspense. I enjoyed every page of this book and look forward to reading more from Emily March in the future. The Christmas Wishing Tree is part of the Eternity Springs Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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