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Virtually Yours at Christmas

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While working from home, accountant Carlyle Stevenson is told to contact a client ASAP and berate her for not filing her accounts for several months. Since the request is urgent, Carlyle fires off the email, and sits and waits for her to answer the video conference. Too bad he sent the invite to...
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While working from home, accountant Carlyle Stevenson is told to contact a client ASAP and berate her for not filing her accounts for several months. Since the request is urgent, Carlyle fires off the email, and sits and waits for her to answer the video conference. Too bad he sent the invite to the wrong person.

    Being stuck at home is nothing new for Kristen Lawson. She usually works out of her garage or kitchen. She’s in the middle of making a new batch of candles for her online business when she receives the email marked urgent. Even though it’s not her accountancy firm, she clicks the link and begins the call.

    What begins as an honest mistake blossoms into something more, but can a socially distanced relationship ever really get real?

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by Carol J.

What if a typo could change your life? I’ve enjoyed every book I’ve ever read by Clare Revell, and this one is no exception. I loved it! Virtually Yours is the perfect tale for the Christmas season. It’s the story of two people, Carlyle Stevenson and Kristen Lawson, who “meet” virtually when Carlyle sends a business email to Kristen. Only one problem, the email was supposed to go to a Kirsten Lawson. Two little letters transposed, and the rest is, as they say, history. I love watching the way the author unfolds the plot. Carlyle and Kristen become very creative about figuring out ways to “date” (under a lock-down during a pandemic) without meeting each other face to face. This is an encouraging story that reminds us of the strength and creativity of the human spirit. It is an uplifting read that will put you right in the Christmas spirit! Bravo, Clare Revell.

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