Sunday, July 28, 2019


Today we have the blog tour for CHRISTMAS IN EVERGREEN: LETTERS TO SANTA by Nancy Naigle! Check out this sweet new Hallmark holiday romance and grab your copy today!


Author: Nancy Naigle

Genre: Holiday Romance

Publisher: Hallmark & Crown Media

About Christmas In Evergreen: Letters to Santa:

Return to Evergreen, the town where Christmas wishes come true… But only if you know what your heart really wants.   When Lisa takes a last-minute Christmas trip to her hometown of Evergreen, she finds that the historic general store has closed. The place was a beloved local tradition, and she decides to use her skills as a professional retail designer to bring it back to its former glory. She charms a local contractor, Kevin, into working with her, and the pair find themselves facing one surprise after another.   One of the biggest surprises of all is finding the mysterious 25-year-old letter to Santa that never made it to the North Pole. Who really wrote it, and will its request come true at last? And will Lisa and Kevin figure out what they’re truly wishing for?   This sweet small-town romance includes a free Hallmark original recipe for Incredible Apple Dumplings.  

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Christmas In Evergreen: 
Letters to Santa
Nancy Naigle
“They’re sweet together,” Carol mused as she 
watched Lisa and Kevin. 
Joe popped up out of nowhere between Carol and 
Michelle. “Don’t go stirring the pot, Carol,” he said, 
shaking his head. 
“I do not stir the pot, Joe.” She leaned back and 
placed her left hand on his cheek, then kissed the 
Michelle drew back. “Carol Shaw, you tried to set 
me up with no less than three people last year alone.” 
She placed a hand on Carol’s shoulder and walked 
back to her table. 
“Yes.” She wiped her hands on a towel and set it on 
the counter. “But I stopped,” she insisted. “As soon as 
you told me you weren’t interested.” 
“Yeah, right.” Carol would never stop matchmaking. 
It was just part of who she was.
The door to the cafe opened and Hannah bounded 
in with a big smile, followed closely by a man and 
young boy. “Hey guys.” 
“Hey, Welcome back.” Carol walked over to greet 
“Thanks. You remember my older brother, 
Thomas.” She hugged the young boy at her side. “And 
my nephew, David.” 
Joe stood next to the Christmas tree holding a red 
carafe. “Yes, of course. Thomas, it’s good to have you 
“It’s good to be back,” Thomas said. 
Michelle couldn’t take her eyes off the tall, bald, 
and charming Thomas as he stood there in a nice 
pullover and winter coat next to his son. Joe was tall, 
but Thomas was an easy few inches taller than him. 
“We’ve missed the Kringle Kitchen and your 
incredible apple dumplings,” he said to Carol. 
“Why, thank you.” Then with that mischievous 
smile on her face, Carol grabbed Thomas by the arm, 
practically dragging him across the cafe. “Have you 
met Michelle?” 
Hannah looked confused, and Michelle could’ve 
died when Carol finally stopped right beside her 
chair. Michelle stood, trying to roll with the awkward 
moment. Carol’s at it again!
“The famous Michelle?” Thomas nodded to his 
sister. “Hannah talks about you all the time, and 
somehow we haven’t met.” 
“Yeah, we’re always missing each other when you’re in town, I guess.” Michelle licked her lips. She 
hoped she didn’t look as flustered as she felt right this 
moment, especially with Carol gawking over the two 
of them. “Nice to meet you.” 
“Yes.” Thomas was quiet for a second too long, 
giving Carol another opening. 
“Well, come on. Take your coat off.” Carol 
tugged on his coat sleeve, then pulled out the chair 
next to Michelle. “Have a seat right over here next 
to Michelle.” She scurried behind Michelle. “And let’s 
bring this table over and get you two all cozy, too,” she 
said to Hannah and David. Hannah helped move the 
tables together. 
Carol rushed off and came back with a pot of 
coffee in a flash, warming up Michelle’s coffee first. 
“So, Thomas. Correct me if I’m wrong, but you and 
David spend Christmas here every...other year. Right?” 
“Right. My ex-wife and I, we trade off Christmases.” 
Carol eyed Michelle. “I see.” Her smile was wide 
as she did a slow turn away, making sure Michelle saw 
the “go-get-him” look in her eye. 
No. You’re not a pot stirrer, Carol. Right. 
Michelle laughed nervously, but thankfully, 
Thomas was laughing too.

About the Author:

USA Today bestselling author Nancy Naigle whips up small-town love stories with a whole lot of heart. She began writing while juggling a successful career in finance and life on a seventy-six-acre goat farm. Her many books include The Secret Ingredient, Christmas in Evergreen, and Christmas Joy and Hope for Christmas, which were adapted into Hallmark movies. Now happily retired from a career in the financial industry, she devotes her time to writing, horseback riding, and enjoying the occasional spa day. A Virginia girl at heart, Nancy now calls North Carolina home.

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