Gina Reyes had embraced her inherited role as "Miss Santa," a major fund-raising event for San Antonio's needy families, but this year she must overcome Mr. Corporate America: the despicable, brilliant, warm, witty, delectable Lalo Navarro. TWO HEARTS, ONE GIFT Gina Reyes takes her job as Miss Santa seriously. There are more needy families in San Antonio than money to help them, especially around the holidays. This year she receives an incredible donation that comes with a price, her new co-chair. Her family has felt the sting of his company's Big Picture for the Greater Good philosophy, and the man represents everything she abhors. Lalo Navarro, a son of privilege, wants nothing more than to improve his beloved San Antonio. Imagine his surprise when he learns he's a demon and not a do-gooder. Pushed into accepting the Miss Santa co-chair to raise his political visibility, Lalo is soon humbled by Miss Santa herself, the shapely Gina Reyes, who somehow becomes everything he wants. On opposite sides of just about every issue imaginable, the only thing that could bring them together would be to follow their hearts...and then a Christmas miracle.
This is a Child's guide to the true meaning of Christmas written as a coloring book and sing along.
This is a heartwarming Christmas story that exemplifies the generosity of the season. Then delights readers young and old with the antics that ensure at the hands of Santa's special gift.
A Christmas Carol tells the story of a bitter old miser named Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformation into a gentler, kindlier man after visitations by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmases Past, Present and Yet to Come.
Based on historical records and present-day research on the little understood phenomenon of healing, Lili's Gift encompasses the plight of Civil War seamstresses in Philadelphia; the Battle of the Wilderness, where more than 3,000 Union soldiers were missing; Pennsylvania orphanages for the children of Civil War soldiers; the siege of Petersburg; and the accounts of Clara Barton's ?flying hospital.?
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