Twelve Nights

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Lyrical Press, Nov 11, 2015 - Fiction - 119 pages
This Christmas, two career-driven professionals unwrap a second chance at love in small town New England in a romance novel by the author of Harvest Moon.
 
For Erik Lindholm, it’s been a long climb to the top of the corporate ladder. When he’s announced as the new president of Global Business Solutions at the company’s Christmas party, his vision for the new year is one of bold new directions. If that requires a complete staff overhaul, so be it. And if that means firing the woman who broke his heart fifteen years ago, it’s nothing personal . . .
 
CFO Beryl Foster is respected by everyone at the office. But rumors of a shake-up are rampant and even Beryl’s job is on the line. Fifteen years ago, she made a decision to put her career before everything else—even the man she loved. Every Christmas is a reminder of the life she shared with Erik. But this year’s holiday might bring the gift of a second chance when they find each other in the charming town of Northbridge, Connecticut.
 

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Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
Section 11
Section 12
Section 13
Section 14
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About the author (2015)

Sharon Struth believes you’re never too old to pursue a dream. The Hourglass, her debut novel, was a finalist in the National Readers’ Choice Awards for Best First Book. She is the author of the popular Blue Moon Lake Novels, which include Share the Moon. When she’s not working, she and her husband happily sip their way through the scenic towns of the Connecticut Wine Trail, travel the world, and enjoy spending time with their precious pets and two grown daughters. She writes from the friendliest place she’s ever lived, Bethel, Connecticut. For more information, including where to find her published essays, please visit www.sharonstruth.com or visit her blog, Musings from the Middle Ages & More at www.sharonstruth.wordpress.com

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