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On a bright, crisp December morning, jewelry store manager, Peridot Keaton-Jones, arrives at work expecting to find her beloved uncle, Marty. Instead, she’s greeted by the muzzle of a gun pressed to her temple. When thugs assault her, threaten her life, and steal thousands of dollars worth of jewelry, Peri can only pray her uncle is late to work for the first time in his life.
Christopher Lane is a TV news cameraman in the right place at the right time. He witnesses the heist, calls the police, and offers help when Peri needs it most. She can't deny her attraction, but is he really her hero, or is he just after a story? And with Christmas right around the corner, can Peri and Chris avert a holiday disaster?
I love heroines with unusual names. Peridot is a perfect example (and I’m looking forward to a sequel about her sister, Amethyst).
Jan Elder’s “A Semi-Precious Christmas” blends action, adventure, suspense and sweet romance in a charming Christmas tale with a happy ending.
Written in first-person, you’re pulled into the story in the first paragraph, and you won’t want to put it down until all the mysteries are solved.
A charming Christmas novella that reminds us God is at work on our behalf, sometimes years in advance, and really does bring all things to completion in His perfect timing!