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Two Tickets to the Christmas Ball book review

Posted Jan 20 2011 6:53pm 4 Comments
Can mysterious matchmaking booksellers bring two lonely hearts together in time for Christmas?
In a sleepy, snow-covered city, Cora Crowder is busy preparing for the holiday season. Searching for a perfect gift, a fortuitous trip to Warner, Werner, and Wizbotterdad’s (a most unusual bookshop) leads to an unexpected encounter with co-worker Simon Derrick. And the surprise discovery of a ticket for a truly one-of-a-kind Christmas Ball.

Every year, the matchmaking booksellers of the Sage Street bookshop host an enchanting, old-fashioned Christmas Ball for the romantic matches they’ve decided to bring together.

This year, will Simon and Cora discover a perfect chemistry in their opposite personalities and shared faith? Or will the matchmakers’ best laid plans end up ruining everything this holiday?
Expertly weaving together fantasy, romance and Biblical truths, Donita K. Paul penned the best-selling, fan-favorite DragonKeeper Chronicles series. After retiring early from teaching, she began a second career as an award-winning author and loves serving as a mentor for new writers of all ages. And when she’s not putting pen to paper, Donita makes her home in Colorado Springs and enjoys spending time with her grandsons, cooking, beading, stamping, and knitting.


This was a very enchanting book about two coworkers who get to know each other better through unusual circumstances.  The characters are charming and you want to make friends with them right away.  A fun read.  My daughter was in the hospital and this was the perfect book to get lost in.


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Oh, my. I hope your daughter is over whatever spell put her in the hospital. I used to teach Kindergarten across the hall from the special ed. class. We enjoyed their visits to enjoy music with us.

Thank you for the review. Blessings to you and your family.

thank you...she had spinal fusion and her kidneys stopped working...she is back to her "normal" now
I'm so glad. Do you do Caring Bridge? I sometimes get notified through them that a child is sick. I send a book and a stuffed dragon. Stop by . We have two contests going on right now, activities for kids and info for parents.

yes, she does,

 http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/hannahgrace95

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