I just had the chance to read "A Merry Little Christmas". Franny lives on a farm and her parents died when she was younger during a tornado. She dreams of leaving the farm and getting on a radio station and something with music in the city. Her farm is up for sale and one day a guy by the name of Charlie shows up. He is a rich man from a rich family that buys the farm. He is wanting to show his father that he can make it on his own and build up something. Franny agrees to show him how everything works. She moves on to the city and meets an interesting lady she becomes friends with. Charlie though shows up wanting her help. This book was a cute little novel and it kept me reading til the end to see what would happen. I kinda knew what was going to happen. It also dealt with real issues such as racism and how African Americans were treated unfairly back in those days. I never really felt a connection to the relationship of Charlie and Franny. It was a nice little read,but I didn't really connect to any of the people or feel the spark between Charlie and Franny.
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