A Half Moon Bay Short
Zig Reid-Harris has everything an eleven-year-old girl could ever want: a great home, two fantastic fathers named Deacon Reid and Lang Harris, and all the books she could possibly read.
When a school assignment about holiday traditions unexpectedly broadsides her, she discovers burying the past isn’t as easy as it looks, and the stark reality of her life before her adoption sinks in. Ashamed of the bleakness and poverty she came from, Zig struggles with the assignment until an epiphany strikes the whole family—it’s time to start their own traditions.
Zig and her fathers plunge into the insanity of holiday joy, exploring everything the season has to offer and learning how precious family truly is along the way.
This was sweet. It showed how far Zig and her father’s have come but still have to go. I really loved the approach to handling the “no good traditions” and thought this was a lovely holiday novella for fans of this series.
I do wish there was more from Angel’s family but it was lovely nonetheless.
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