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A Cali Christmas

At the tender age of 12, young Loralee Cox had to leave her California home--and her childhood sweetheart, Evan Bosko--to move to New York on the whim of her theatrical mother. Twenty years later, after building a successful party planning empire, Loralee finds herself drawn back to her Laguna Beach hometown for a once in a lifetime business opportunity.

Can the super serious city mogul pull off the impossible for the wealthy Thatcher Brooks' Annual Holiday Extravaganza, or will she find herself uncharacteristically distracted by the devilishly handsome, grown-up version of an old flame, who still makes her heart flutter?

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Whitsons Way 

(as Contributing Author)


Elmer And Gina Whitcomb Bought a Restaurant. Their Children Turned it into a Legacy.
When Elmer and Gina bought the Bon-Bon in 1979, what they envisioned was a small family business that would bring their nine children together. What followed was a series of lessons that brought pain and heartache from the struggle to keep their dream alive. But what the Whitcombs found in the process was an inner resilience borne of faith and family that not only sustained them through rough times but carried them to success.

Forty-five years later, Elmer’s vision lives on through next generation Whitcombs and an extended family of team members who embody Whitsons Way. While this story marks the history of Whitsons’ beginnings, it is far from the end—and the journey to get here was nothing short of miraculous.

Within these pages lies more than a story; it’s a chance to make a difference. With every copy of “Whitsons Way” sold, we’re donating all proceeds to the Whitsons Family Foundation to support Whitsons’ team members in need. Thank you for turning these pages into hope.

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