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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Romance / Contemporary
  • Language:English
  • Pages:290
  • Hardcover ISBN:9781667882598

Bookmarked for Christmas

by Greg Schultz

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Holly Beauregard, a hopeless romantic wants to become a best-seller, and to also find her soulmate. With the help of a magical typewriter given to her by Mrs. Claus, Holly decides to write a story that centers around her idea of a perfect boyfriend. But when he emerges out of thin air, Holly realizes that she has created more than she can contain! Will she try to make sense out of what happened, or will she give in and live out her Christmas fantasy?
Holly Beauregard had always wanted to be a best-selling author. And she's also a hopeless romantic, searching for her soulmate. But Holly believes that it would take a Christmas miracle for both of her dreams to come to reality. Then one day, with the encouragement of a kindly old lady who looks a lot like Mrs. Claus, Holly is given a special typewriter to create her story about her ideal love. The next day, she is shocked to find her main character moving in across the hall from her! Not only that, but the fictional town, and supporting characters that Holly created emerge into real life as well. Can Holly maintain her secret that she's created a new physical part of the world? Or will she follow her heart and live out her own Christmas Romance?
About the author
Greg Schultz is a Videographer that hails from New Jersey, and has completed his first ever book "The Millionaire's Killer", a Murder Mystery set aboard the Titanic inspired by Agatha Christie. And now he is proud to share with the world his first Christmas Romantic Comedy Novel inspired by Hallmark.