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What Christmas Means: Wills and Crispin

Southern Seduction, #2

Wills and his twin Henry decide to throw a massive, three-day Christmas blowout at their beach house on Tybee. But a Christmas party needs decorations. And cookies. And pie. Wills decides it’s his sworn duty to provide them all — including Santa hats with everyone’s name fabric-painted onto them — and drags Crispin along in his tinsel-strewn wake. But Christmas is more than sticking black Santa in the corner and baking (obscene) sugar cookies. And Wills has to figure that out before his party goes to hell.

Part of the Southern Seduction series, the novella “What Christmas Means” will hook you with the comedy and give you that warm Christmas glow you’re looking for in a holiday tale.

“What Christmas Means” tells story of the same holiday party, from a different perspective, of the one in Low Country Lovers’ “Learning to Love Christmas” and Southern Scandal’s “Christmas Cousins.” The stories can all be read as stand-alones in the context of their series, but differ enough in details to be read together.

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