Marrying Miss Kringle: Ginger by Lucy McConnell

October 25, 2016 | 1 Comment
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Marrying Miss Kringle: Ginger by Lucy McConnellMarrying Miss Kringle: Ginger
Author: Lucy McConnell
Series: Marrying Miss Kringle #1
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 229
Date: October 25, 2016
Publisher: Orchard View Publishing

Christmas Magic is changing and the Kringle Family scrambles to keep up!

When Ginger Kringle is branded to wear the magic red suit, she has to fall in love and get married before Christmas Eve to save the family business.

After being given a list (Santas love lists!) of potential Mr. Kringles, Ginger heads off to Clearview, Alaska, where she embarks on a mission to save her family, their home, the elves, the reindeer, and Christmas for children across the globe.

In her quest, Ginger finds that checking a list has much more to do with her heart than it does her head.

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About Lucy McConnell

Lucy McConnell is an Amazon Best-Selling Contemporary Romance Author. She has been published in national magazines, newspapers, short story compilations, and she writes cookbooks under the name Christina Dymock. If she’s not at the computer, you can find her on the ski slopes, in a boat, in the kitchen, or in the stands watching one of her children bat, dribble, or play goalie.


One response to “Marrying Miss Kringle: Ginger by Lucy McConnell

  1. Maria

    Aahhhhhhh. That is what I said to myself at the end of this story. I’m so in the mood for sweet little Christmas stories this year (and it is only November) and this was perfect. There are some difficult topics included in the story so it isn’t all fluff. Joseph was an abused child and now has to care for his abandoned niece. Enter Ginger who must marry before Christmas in order to keep the magic of Christmas alive.
    I love that Ms. McConnell broke from stereotypes in this series. Santa has no son so the role will be passed on to a daughter? A female Santa? I’ve never seen that before in a story. And she easily gave us a reason for all the sisters to have their own story. I hope the rest are as sweet as this one was. This one could easily be a Hallmark movie. I loved it. I’m going to start the next one now.

    No sex, language or violence.

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