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Welcome to Whimsy, a mystical town where legend comes to life at Christmas. It's said the Spirit of Whimsy appears this time of year to grant your deepest wish. Some say she's an angel, some say she's pure energy. For Lexie, Robin, and Margot, she's their last hope.

Lexie Moore, hotshot reporter, works hard to successfully juggle all the pins in her life. But when her job
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Published November 1st 2019 by BookBaby
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Dan Markiewicz
Dec 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I thought this book was excellent. It was quick paced and held my interest. The characters came alive and the author did an excellent job of creating separation between them while at the same time, you walked away thinking you have met them all along the way. I found it a fun book to read.
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Clarissa J. Markiewicz is a novelist who hails from Western New York. After earning her degree in English Lit and working in print media, she became a freelance literary editor of more than 200 titles. Her shorter fiction, nonfiction, and award-winning poetry has appeared in U.S. News & World Report, The Buffalo News, and Art Times, and has been commended by Scholastic and Rolling Stone.