Didi Lawson exchanged her town car for a pick-up truck and learned to operate a tractor when she and her husband moved from Arizona to a farm in Missouri where she now weaves her tales. Her love for writing started early in life when she entertained her friends with her stories, won prizes for he essays in high school and wrote road shows and poems for the youth group in her church. She enjoys the outdoors, her children and ten grandchildren, and keeps an active social calendar.
Erin O’Neal loves Christmas, except not this year because she’ll be all alone for the holidays. To make matters worse, she receives a dog as an early Christmas present, but cannot keep it. The man who delivers the dog is the snob who has embarrassed her in public a few days ago.
When the snob, a handsome veterinarian, injures his ankle and needs someone to drive him home to Prescott for the holidays, Erin is available. Getting to know him better, she falls in love with him. There are only two obstacles: his girlfriend and her own dog phobia.
Q&A With the Author:
1. What inspired me to write this Christmas book? I love Hallmark Christmas and thought to write a Christmas story for fun.
2. Do you have other holiday books? Not yet.
3. Largest unfulfilled dream: Traveling the world.
4. Things you enjoy? Nature, spending time with friends and family, love animals, explore new things
5. Are your characters based on anything in real life? Some are.
6. Christmas or winter traditions? Baking Christmas cookies, singing carols, decorating tree, enjoying family in front of the fireplace, reading and watching Christmas stories