Bring Me Home For Christmas

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HarperCollins Publishers, Jul 6, 2012 - Fiction - 192 pages
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This year, Becca Timm knows the number one item on her Christmas wish list getting over Denny Cutler. Three years ago, Denny broke her heart before heading off to war. It's time she got over her silly high–school relationship and moved on. So she takes matters into her own hands and heads up to Virgin River, the rugged little mountain town that Denny calls home, as an uninvited guest on her brother's men–only hunting weekend. But when an accident turns her impromptu visit into an extended stay, Becca finds herself stranded in Virgin River. With Denny. In very close quarters. As the power of Christmas envelops the little town, Becca discovers that the boy she once loved has become a strong and confident man. And the most delicious Christmas present she can imagine.

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User Review  - nancynova - LibraryThing

Denny dumped Becca when he headed off to war. Now he's back in Virgin River, so Becca invites herself to the men only hunting vacation, determined to show Denny that her heart isn't broken. But the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dawn772 - LibraryThing

Wonderful Christmas story where the plot, action, romance, everything was good. I was totally drawn into Virgin River and its spirit of community especially during the holidays. Teacher Becca wants to resolve unfinished business with her past love Denny before she commits to her new boyfriend. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Victoria Dahl lives with her family in a small town high in the mountains. During the summer she hikes and drinks margaritas (usually not at the same time). During the winter she likes to curl up with a book and a cup of hot cocoa and think about all those poor, freezing skiers working so hard out in the snow.

She's been reading romance since the age of twelve and started her first manuscript at the age of twenty. Occasionally, on dark and stormy nights, she bravely posts excerpts of that original story on her blog for the entertainment of her readers.

Her first published novel, the winner of the coveted Golden Heart for best long historical romance, debuted in 2007. That same year, Victoria decided to try her hand at writing a contemporary romance. It turned out to be the most fun she's ever had (while writing). Now she's fully committed to bouncing between the sexy, dramatic world of historical romance and the sizzling fun of contemporaries. Find out more about Victoria and her books by visiting her website above or send an email to

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