The Greatest Treasures by Amy Martinsen
Sofie has always been poor. Now she’s poor and alone.
She would keep her hair salon open and work through Christmas if she could. It would be extra money and people to spend the day with.
But nobody gets their hair done on Christmas Day. Everyone in the small town of Poplar Ridge will spend Christmas with those they love. Everyone except Sofie . . . and Jack.
Jack, the son of a wealthy rancher, has loved Sofie since the moment he saw her in the second grade. And now that they’re both twenty-one, their love is something that causes everyone in town to put their hand to their heart and sigh.
Everyone except Jack’s mean cousins.
Is it possible to end a love like Sofie and Jack’s? Or is it a treasure not even nasty relations can touch?
Treat yourself to this quick, clever take on O. Henry’s classic, and remember just how wonderful love can feel.