Love Blooms at Christmas Inn by Anne-Marie Meyer EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Anne-Marie Meyer
- Language: English
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Blossom lay in her bed, staring up at the streams of bright light that had
been creeping across her ceiling the last half an hour. There was nothing
more relaxing than summer in Ivy Springs. The sun was up bright and early
which meant Isaac, her son, was certainly up bright and early. The drapes on
the far window were open, which on any other day would have irritated her.
But not today.
Today was Holly and Stephen’s wedding, and she was so excited that her
brother had found his happily ever after. Sure, that was a dream she was no
longer holding onto for herself, but that didn’t mean she didn’t want it for
Plus, after tonight, they were heading out on a honeymoon and leaving
her in charge of Christmas Inn for the first time, ever.
She was both nervous and exhilarated.
Blossom stilled her breath as she listened for the telltale signs of her son.
He wasn’t graceful, and he entered every room like a jackhammer.
Today was no exception.
Her door flew open, and a moment later, Isaac was on her bed. He
crawled over to her and she quickly closed her eyes and stilled her features.
She waited for the question he asked every morning.
“Can I get up now, Mommy?” he asked in a whispered yell.
Blossom paused before she cracked one eye open to see Isaac as he
peered down at her. She quickly closed it again, and then very slowly, she
shifted her arms and grabbed onto Isaac, pulling him down next to her.
He squealed and giggled as he tried to escape while, at the same time,
flopping down so that Blossom could get a better hold of him. Her fingers
found his ribs and she tickled him until he was gasping for breath.
It was their ritual every morning.
“You’re already up,” she laughed as she leaned forward to whisper into
He shrugged, his cheeks flushed from laughter. “You said I had to ask.”
Blossom released her grip on him and used her upper body to push herself
up. Isaac crawled under her blanket and patted the lump his legs made.
“Are you excited for today?” Blossom asked. Her gaze found its way to
the lovely pale-yellow bridesmaid dress Holly had picked out.
She was excited to wear it, even if she was going to do so while sitting in
her chair. Her prison. The aspect of her life that she hadn’t really come to
grips with even though it was an everyday feature of her life.
Isaac seemed oblivious to her frustration. To him, her wheelchair was a
normal part of their life, and she wondered if he ever noticed it anymore. She
hated that her six-year-old son had grown accustomed to it when she hadn’t.
It was hard not to feel sorry for herself. There had been a time in her life
where she’d been able to run. To walk. To not have to worry about where she
could or couldn’t go. Or if her chair was going to fit without knocking
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