Christmas in Moose Creek
Available in Paperback, E-book
Contemporary Holiday Romance
Saige Travers said goodbye to Owen McGregor sixteen years ago. A spontaneous choice brings Saige home to Moose Creek, Montana, and she doesn’t expect her past to catch up with her present. When Owen walks back into her life, she struggles to remember why she left. Together they discover second chances are real and hope is a cherished gift.
Available in e-book. Also available in e-book and paperback as part of Christmas in the Rockies.
What Readers are Saying
"McKenna Grey, you never cease to amaze me. Your books are filled with such wonderful characters, families, and love. I know I have read this story before, but I enjoyed it just as much this time as I had the first time. Waiting patiently for your next new book." —Amazon Reviewer
"This was one of the greatest books ever. Not only did it show the true meaning of Christmas but it also showed that true love is possible!" —Mary's Opinion
"Romance at its best. Another great read by McKenna Grey. I am never disappointed. I have been anticipating the release .. and loved all three stories." - M.L. Sullivan
"Great short stories with a wonderful Christmas spirit. Definitely, a must to read to put you in a festive mood during the Holiday season." - Nicole Laverdure
"I truly love this author, especially her Christmas themed books. They always get right to my heart!"
- Goodreads Review
"I loved all three of the stories in this book. On a cold, rainy day, I enjoyed the lights of the Christmas tree, and forgetting the dismal view outside, I was carried away to three places in the Rockies for a beautiful Christmas setting, where i met strong characters and three charming stories of love renewed." - Verna Cole Mitchell, poet and author of Somewhere Beyond the Blue
"Christmas in the Rockies are three beautifully written stories. I loved every one of these stories. They are sweet, clean and heartwarming. I give it five stars. I highly recommend it for any reader's Christmas reading." - Goodreads Review