Twilight Texas series By Lori Wilde release date October 26, 2010
“On Christmas Eve, if you sleep with kismet cookies under your pillow and dream of your one true love, he will be your destiny.”
The townsfolk of Twilight, Texas, believe the legend, but not Sarah Collier—not since she was a pudgy teenager, running down the church aisle on Christmas Day in a jingle bell sweater and reindeer antlers, trying to stop Travis Walker from marrying someone else. She may be grown up, slimmed down, bestselling children’s book author “Sadie Cool” now, but Sarah will never forget that day. And she’ll never fall foolishly in love again!
But when a letter from a sick fan brings Sarah back to Twilight, she’s shocked to discover that Travis is the little girl’s father—unattached and hotter than ever. His movie-star smile still makes her melt, but Sarah knows that ship has sailed. Travis, however, might have different ideas.
And just because you don’t believe in fairy tales doesn’t mean they won’t come true…
When the dedication of a book can bring you to tears you know that the book itself will be awesome! Lori has a way with words and can describe everything perfectly, it is so nice to read about people who go through struggles that you can understand yourself.
The relationship between Sarah and her Gramma Mia was so touching and at this point in my life, having just lost my Granny, it rekindled lots of emotions and memories. And I fell in love with Jazzy, the pure innocence and joy that she found in life was awe inspiring even through all of her struggles she could be happy and make others around her better, I wish we all could find a part of that in ourselves.
Christmas was the perfect time of year for this book to take place, not just because it is my favorite holiday, but because of the magic that is everywhere at Christmastime, the perfect setting for Sarah, Travis and Jazzy to have some Christmas miracles.
I hope you all take the time to visit Twilight Texas! Since I enjoyed it so much I have decided to send a copy to one lucky commenter.
What is you favorite Christmas memory?