Miss Brown's Christmas
Miss Brown's Christmas
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Emily Brown had moved to New York City after a painful breakup. A librarian by trade, she hoped that a job at the main branch of the public library would help her make a fresh start. But life in the city was lonely for her, even at Christmastime. As the holiday approached, she encountered Tim, another lonely soul, who had moved to the city in pursuit of a better job. But neither could overcome their fears until something magical came into their lives. Miss Brown’s Christmas is a story of overcoming adversity, healing old wounds, and appreciating the people fate puts into our lives. It also offers a unique view of Christmas beliefs and traditions. This is the second Christmas-themed novella by Robert A. Valle.

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  • Romance

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Emily Brown is happy with her life in New York City... or at least that's what she tells herself. She has a great job in one of the best libraries in the world and gets to experience the big city during its magical holiday season. But Emily just doesn't quite feel happy. Maybe it's her recent breakup with Dan, the man she thought she would marry, or the strain the break-up has caused on her relationship with her parents. Even though she is surrounded by people in the city, Emily feels lonely.

Moving to New York City after a painful breakup seems like the best plan of action for Emily Brown in Miss Brown’s Christmas by author Robert A. Valle. Besides having a new place to live in one of the busiest of cities, Emily takes a librarian position at New York Public Library and loves what she does. She knows this is what she wants for now, and in time, hopefully everything else will find a resolution for her. But it’s Christmastime, and she has no plans for the holiday because she’s staying away from her parents who live in Pennsylvania.

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