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New Books Alert: A Christmas Kind of Love (A Sojourner Falls Tale)

Christmas is here and Sojourner Falls is in trouble…For two-hundred years, Sojourner Falls has been a safe haven for African-Americans looking to escape the ills of racism. The once lively town used to boast of joyous times and festive holidays, but after years of bad economic downfalls and low tourist turnouts, the town is going under.

When corporate attorney Blade Martyn gets a call from his older brother to come back home to Sojourner Falls, his first thought was to say hell no, as he had been saying for the last twelve years. But things were different this time around. Blade couldn’t put his finger on it, but something strong was tugging at him to come back home.

Grace Bellamy only has one thing on her mind: saving Sojourner Falls. So when Blade Martyn comes gallivanting in to save the day, she has no intention of falling for the man who had come to steal Christmas like his name was the Grinch.

Together, Blade, Grace and the rest of Sojourner Falls must figure out a way to save the town before it’s too late. However, Blade and Grace must first address the explosive connection that threatens to take them from frenemies to lovers.

Get in the Christmas spirit and read A Christmas Kind of Love today! Only $2.99 at Amazon.com. 

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