Rebecca is saving herself for marriage. After a crushing betrayal, she spins out of control after catching her fiancé and best friend in bed together. Grief-stricken and desperate, she finds herself stranded in Tennessee and forced to rely on the kindness of a stranger.
Ryan knows heartache. The only woman he loved walked away the day he proposed to her. He knew in that instant he’d never trust his heart to another. At least he has his dog to keep him company and a good job as a local firefighter.
When Rebecca ends up in Ryan’s path, they blend like oil and water. While he’s content with what life gives him, she escapes by seeking her identity in expensive things. Can two broken souls find salvation with their complete opposite?
A small-town, clean romance.
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Is it too late to save Christmas? Holly White’s Christmas plans are ruined. Her sun-soaked Caribbean vacation has to wait when she’s forced to spend the holidays in her small, Pennsylvania hometown, something she’s carefully avoided for years.
Things go from bad to worse when she’s tasked with the last-minute chore of finding a fill-in Santa for the community’s Christmas Eve celebration. Short on time and patience, Holly’s overwhelmed. She has one too many things to do between baking cookies, helping at her father’s jewelry store, and wrapping presents.
Matt Nolan is surprised to run into Holly the week before Christmas. She doesn’t usually spend the holidays in Hope Valley—not that he’s complaining. He’s had a crush on her since they were teenagers. One look, and the feelings rush back at him, full-force. Can he spread a little holiday cheer and magic, and get Holly to finally return his feelings? Or will Holly realize she was right to stay away all those years and plan her next Caribbean Christmas vacation the first chance she gets?