Christmas Stray

Christmas Stray
Christmas Stray

Juliette Martin does not ever want to celebrate Christmas again, not when it means reliving the last one after her six-year-old son, Jeremiah, passed away on Christmas Eve.

She and husband, Gabe, find themselves snowed in at a mountain cabin with a pair of strays. Juliette desperately needs a miracle to save her marriage and restore her faith in God. Can a stray dog and an orphan boy help her believe in the magic of Christmas and the power of love?

Praise for Christmas Stray

Christmas Stray is a deeply heart-felt and beautifully inspiring story of choosing to live again in the wake of personal tragedy.” – Amber McCallister

“Touching story of love and miracles.”
– Chantel Rhondeau

“A story of hope, forgiveness and moving on when you no longer think you can.” – Rebecca Austin

“This book is so true, so emotional and so magical that it makes you want to read several times.”
– Elisabete C.F. Martins

“A heartfelt, uplifting novella that draws you in and makes you hope for miracles.” – Sharon Coady

“Miracles do happen in so many forms.”
– Jessica Cassidy

“This heartfelt Christmas tale will leave you wanting a stray of your very own.” – Corissa Palfrey

“A heartwarming holiday tale!” – Michele Shriver

“Sad, sweet, and quite realistic.” – Linda Scarchuk

“I cried, I laughed, I love a book that can evoke all of my emotions.” – Brandi Pletcher

“Ms. Ayala was able to surprise me, and that’s a very good thing.” – Tope Awofeso

“The most sweet and tender story …” – Vera Neves

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