“A heartwarming tale you’ll remember forever.” — New York Times best selling author, Andy Andrews.
Mary was a lonely little girl who lived in New York City. Her father gave her the most wonderful Christmas gift ever and Mary said it was the best Christmas of her life. A few years later, tragedy struck and the gift was destroyed. 80 years later, when Mary relocated to a small town in Alabama, she learned that Christmas miracles aren't just for children.
"This is a short story with big emotions. I laughed and cried." - Dana M.
Signed copies will not be shipped until October.
"I hate to admit it, but I first bought Bringing Christmas Home because I collect Christmas books and the cover was absolutely beautiful. After it had been on my coffee table for about a week, I picked it up and just melted at the ending. It's funny, well written and the story stuck with me throughout the season. It's now the favorite in my collection because of the cover and the story." - Jori D.
Author Leslie Anne Tarabella
"This has always been one of my favorite stories to tell friends, and I'm so happy to finally share it with people of all ages who love a happy ending. Even though I know the ending, it chokes me up every time I think about it. Some stories never grow old. "
People are saying . . .
“I read it one afternoon and couldn’t stop thinking about it, so I read it again the next day.” — M.C.P.
“I had to laugh at the transition Mary made from a New Yorker to a Southern Belle. Classic Leslie Anne.” — M.H.
"I read it, then wiped away tears and bought three more copies for friends." - D.G.
"My grandchildren and I read it together and it was a wonderful experience." - E.M.
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