It’s the magical holiday season again and, like everyone else, flower shop owner Brylee Mariotte can’t help but get swept up in it. Of course, the phrase ‘happiest time of the year’ only makes her loneliness worse. As she watches the happy couples, she starts wishing and hoping for Santa to bring her a man to call her own, and not just for the holidays. She wants the real deal—someone for the long haul.
When the dashingly handsome Liam Casey offers her a helping hand, Brylee begins to think that miracles might just exist. The bookstore owner’s touch lights a fire deep inside her, one she thought would never get burning. But what if Liam isn’t as into her? Or, even worse, what if he’s already married?
With a little touch of evergreen and a whole lot of Christmas magic, Brylee may just get her man.
However, not one to let down the man he loves, Nathan makes it before the roads get too slippery. By now, Elliot is nearly bursting with desire to speak the words that have been pent up inside. This will, hopefully, be a very special Christmas.
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