Holly and Ivy

Holly and Ivy After losing her job and her boyfriend Holly returns to her parents farm Embarrassed and hopeless she doesn t expect to bump into a forgotten childhood friend that wasn t supposed to exist Ivy is no

  • Title: Holly and Ivy
  • Author: Selah Janel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After losing her job and her boyfriend, Holly returns to her parents farm Embarrassed and hopeless, she doesn t expect to bump into a forgotten childhood friend that wasn t supposed to exist Ivy is not only a dryad, but she lives in the pine trees Holly s family grows to sell at Christmas As the old friends reconnect, Ivy not only shares her strong opinions, but givesAfter losing her job and her boyfriend, Holly returns to her parents farm Embarrassed and hopeless, she doesn t expect to bump into a forgotten childhood friend that wasn t supposed to exist Ivy is not only a dryad, but she lives in the pine trees Holly s family grows to sell at Christmas As the old friends reconnect, Ivy not only shares her strong opinions, but gives Holly a charm that will change both their lives As days melt into weeks and the seasons change, Holly s life magically turns around Christmas not only brings surprises, but a choice for the human woman What s important stability, success, and love, or keepinga promise to an old friend

    The Holly and the Ivy The Holly and the Ivy The Story of Holly and Ivy Godden, Rumer, Birmingham May , In the toyshop, a pretty doll called Holly is dressed for Christmas and longs for a little girl of her own to love her When Ivy sees her through the window, they both know they belong together but Ivy has no money and the glass separates them and then the shop closes. History of the Holly and the Ivy Christmas Carol Holly and Ivy A Lesbian Holiday Romance by T.B Markinson Holly and Ivy Holiday Lesbian Romance Awersome story and read.Two different women one whose the CEO of her company card Holly , her second and best friend Nolan tells her she needs a break and is sending her to Kimg Popham s island were he owns is grandmother s house She does it want go but the board is saying yes she ends up going. Holly and the Ivy and other Christmas Greenery Holly The prickly leaves represent the crown of thorns that Jesus wore when he was crucified The berries are the drops of blood that were shed by Jesus because of the thorns In Scandinavia it is known as the Christ Thorn In pagan times, Holly was thought to be a male plant and Ivy a female plant.

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    • Selah Janel

      Selah Janel has been blessed with a giant imagination since she was little when she wondered if fairies lived in the nearby state park and worried that vampires hid in the old barns outside of town Her appreciation for a good story was enhanced by a love of reading, the many talented storytellers that surrounded her, and a healthy curiosity for everything A talent for warping everything she learned didn t hurt, either She gravitates to writing fantasy and horror but has a deep love of children s and YA literature and can be convinced to pursue any genre if the idea is good enough Often her stories feature the unknown creeping into the real world and she loves to find the magical in the mundane Her first title Mooner is a historical, vampire centric horror story from No Boundaries Press She will have stories included in upcoming issues of The MacGuffin, The Realm Beyond, and the 2012 Wicked East Press Anthology Bedtime Stories for Girls She also writes about women s roles and perceptions in genre fiction and film for the Fandom Fest blog Fandom Scene.

    581 thoughts on “Holly and Ivy

    • A sweet Christmas tale I’m usually not one for short stories because I like to get really invested in the lives of characters, but I’m glad I gave this one a try. There is so much emotion packed into this story, with strong themes of friendship, life, and nature. It was real, yet it was fantasy without going too over-the-top or over-explaining everything of the Fairie World. I love the idea of tree spirits, and the way these characters were presented was excellent. The writing itself is also [...]


    • OH MY GOODNESS! Love will not totally express my feelings about this novelet. The ending to this story was Awesome! Leaving me wanting more is not even right with this story! I cried, laughed, screamed, and if I would have had it in book form it might have been thrown across the room. (no I don't actually throw books)Author Selah Janel has such a way with this story that you are automatically drawn right into the book. From the get go, I did not want to put it down. I have not had a chance until [...]


    • “The Holly and the Ivy is thought to have Pagan origins and could therefore date back over 1000 years. It is most unusual for a carol like the Holly and the Ivy to have survived over the years especially during the stern protestant period of the 17th century. The Holly and the Ivy have always been taken indoors during the winter the hope being that the occupants would survive difficult conditions just like the hardy Holly and the Ivy. The colours of the Holly and Ivy, green and red are traditi [...]


    • Janel has a way of making the story flow. I love her transitions and details that she adds to a story. I do not read a lot of short stories because I often feel they are too short and can not give me the in-depth connection and details that I need to be drawn into a story but Janel manages to captive me even in a short story. Janel has created a wonderful read in general and an amazing holiday read too. I think that the holidays can be a wonderful and terrible time for many but Janel points out [...]


    • Generally I am not a fan of short stories but 'Holly and Ivy' surprised me!Selah Janel managed to write Holly's back story in a concise yet humorous way and I think as the reader we are in the position of feeling empathy for Holly, yet seeing there is more to her.Whilst she is back home on her parents' farm she meets her childhood friend Ivy, a Dryad who lives in the Christmas trees her father grows and harvests there. This turn of the story was an unexpected but welcome one, obviously drawing t [...]


    • Holly and Ivy by Selah JanelHolly loses her job and return to her childhood home, the family farm. Once back home she is reunited with her childhood friend ivy, a Dryad who lives in the pine trees. Ivy gives Holly a charm that changes both their lives. Over time Holly’s life magically turns around and Christmas is filled with surprises, and choices for Holly. A heart-warming magical story. Holly feels hopeless, and a total failure at life. Ivy is very lovable, living in pine trees and giving h [...]


    • I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. Holly breaks up with her boyfriend, loses her job, and decides to move back to her parent's farm. Embarrassed and hopeless, she doesn’t expect to bump into a forgotten childhood friend that wasn’t supposed to exist. Ivy is not only a dryad, but she lives in the pine trees Holly’s family grows to sell at Christmas. Holly and Ivy reconnect and Holly slowly re-enters life and finds a local job. Ivy gives Holly a chance at a more magical [...]


    • After losing her Job Holly returns to the family Farm her Childhood Home. Once back home she is reunited with Ivy her childhood friend. Ivy is a Dryad who lives in the Pine Trees, Ivy gives Holly a charm that changes both of their lives. Over time Holly's life magically turns around and Christmas is filled with surprises and choices for Holly. A beautifully written heart warming story.


    • Short and not very sweetLuckily , this was just a short story so I don't feel like I lost a lot of time I can't get back. There just wasn't a lot of substance and the whole story seemed rushed.


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