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Stan Fuller juggles a full time job as an airline pilot, along with being a single father to eight-year-old Haley-Jo. When he becomes a reluctant Father Christmas at his daughter’s school party, she stuns him and the whole school, never mind the attending press, by announcing she wants a mummy for Christmas.
Carly Jefferson is covering the party for the local paper. New to the village, she is running from a broken past and bitter argument with her mother which resulted in a rift lasting years. Haley Jo’s simple request rocks Carly to the core, especially when her editor wants her to run several follow-up pieces on the child and her father.
I’ve gobbled up Ms Revell’s stories since the first one I read. A Mummy for Christmas garnered the same response. Carly Jefferson was assigned to cover a visit from Father Christmas at a local elementary school’s Christmas party. Excited to report something other than “hatched, matched, and dispatched” statistics, she finds her story when a little girl requests a mummy for Christmas, seated on her father Stan Fuller’s lap as he portrays Father Christmas. Sprinkled with British humor, suppressed emotion, hiding from the truth (that would give away the key plot point), romance commences at the revelation of a connected past. Suffice it to say, this is another Revell read worth savoring.