White Christmas in Dry Creek

Rated 4 of 5 stars

by Janet Tronstad

Renee Gray works to protect her daughter from a failed marriage and an outlaw of a father. But when Rusty Calhoun stumbles onto the scene, with a bullet wound and the need for assistance, Renee finds herself allured by the fairytale Tessie has made him out to be. The little girl is convinced that Rusty is a prince who has come to the rescue, carrying a message from her very own father. But circumstantial evidence proves otherwise. Rusty must clear his name, but will playing a part in the Christmas pageant be enough?

How this brings more to life: White Christmas in Dry Creek, by Janet Tronstad, celebrates the beauty of child-like faith and the importance of integrity.


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