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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?

Reviews (6)

by PBG M.

What a unique and relevant twist on a Christmas romance story! Loved how relatable the lockdown scenario was and how creative Carlyle and Kristen got with their virtual dates. It was quite romantic watching their relationship develop amidst social distancing. Very cute and heartwarming read! Katy Eeten - PBG Booklover

by Penelope M.

This cozy, sweet story is perfect for our pandemic times. From the accidental typo meetup, to the blossoming virtual romance, this was such a delight and shows how two people in love can manage to grow close while staying apart. The families of Carlyle and Kristen get involved as well. Everyone gets to know each other in their family video conferences. Plus there's a recipe at the end of the book with instructions for Americans. This story is full of warmth and is really a treat for the season.

by LoRee P.

Accountant Carlysle meets Kristen, a candle maker, via video call. He hadn’t wanted her, but a Kirsten. They email again, thus it began. The story reminds me of “You’ve Got Mail” 21st century-style. Too cute. Refreshing. Stellar writing, as always. They meet in person walking their dogs in the park, and the dogs fall in puppy love. They end up living across the street. Very romantic and lovely.

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