Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Spotlight and Giveaway: The Wish List

Today we are featuring The Wish List by Michelle Major. This is the fourth book in the Carolina Girls series and takes place during the winter holidays. It can be read as a standalone. Thanks to Kaye Publicity, we have TWO copies to give away!

For some families, a Christmas reunion is like a feel-good movie. For Beth Carlyle, it might be more of a disaster epic. 

Her ex-husband’s new girlfriend is already pregnant. Her self-absorbed, bestselling author mother recently suffered a stroke and has summoned Beth’s sisters, Freya and Trinity—neither of whom even seem to like Beth very much—back to Magnolia. Beth’s so lonely and stressed that she spills her guts to a stranger, wondering why the handsome newcomer affects her so deeply. 

Reality TV star Freya deliberately forged a career that would upset her mother, who’s always been as brilliant as the sun…and just as distant. Now a handsome literary agent is making Freya dream of a different life. 

As for Trinity, she just wants to start over after leaving an abusive relationship and make a future for her and her baby.

It’ll be a Christmas like no other in Magnolia. But the Carlyle sisters might find they have more in common than their shared past—and that the holidays are made for second chances.

"Major’s charming small town is packed with salt-of-the-earth people readers will embrace, and each sister’s journey is beautifully imagined. Readers will eagerly await their next visit to this idyllic community."
Publishers Weekly

USA Today bestselling author Michelle Major loves stories of new beginnings, second chances and always a happily ever after. An avid hiker and avoider of housework, she lives in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains with her husband, two teenagers and a menagerie of spoiled fur babies. 

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Giveaway ends October 30th at midnight EST.

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Rita Wray said...

I wished for better health for my sister.

Mary C said...

My sister's transplant - she's doing well.

Phyllis said...

A wish that came true for me was really answered prayer - successful removal of my husband's splenic aneurysm - during the covid lockdown!

traveler said...

Surviving breast cancer and managing and improving living with RA.

Anonymous said...

I prayed I would not die during surgery on my son’s birthday because I didn’t want him to have a bad memory if that happened.

Mary Patricia Bird said...

Getting pregnant. I spent my whole first marriage (6 years) trying. It was a pleasant surprise when I found myself pregnant 6 months after the marriage ended.

Mary Preston said...

When I applied for a job I really wanted.

diannekc said...

That my Sister's back surgery would be successful and it was.

Nancy P said...

I have reached my American Dream, as did my immigrant parents. My sons are on their way too.

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Anonymous said...

I have berm breast cancer free for 36 years. Thanks. Linda May