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Christmas at Grey Sage by Phyllis Clark Nichols

Christmas at Grey Sage by Phyllis Clark Nichols

I love a good romance novel and with it taking place in the winter this was a great one to pick up and read by the fire. I will say that it was hard to follow at first keeping up with the multiple characters in the book but as I got further into the book it was easier to follow. There were some sad parts of the book but I love how they all got to spend time with the family together under one roof as it should be for Christmas.

Nestled in the snow-covered Sangre de Cristo Mountains near Santa Fe, the Grey Sage Inn looks like the perfect place for weary travelers to escape the craziness of the Christmas season. There’s plenty to see in historic Santa Fe during the day, and the inn’s owners, Maude and Silas Thornhill, are happy to spend their evenings hosting this year’s guests from across the country.

But an unusual snowstorm throws a wrench in the festive mood. The sprawling inn becomes close quarters as stranded
guests discover this Christmas won’t be the relaxed vacation they expected. Tension and fear mount as the storm worsens, and Silas, a retired doctor, is called away in the middle of the night to care for a neighbor. The snow and stress unlock tongues—and in the unexpected conversation that follows, secrets and pasts are revealed, and hearts are healed.

In the midst of snowdrifts and fireside conversations of days
gone by, the warmth of Christmas brings a renewed hope as these trapped strangers become friends—proof again that the joy, hope, peace, and love of Christmas can be experienced no matter where you are.

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