(Home to Christmas Mountain, Book 7)
There’s nothing like a little Christmas glow to light up a holiday romance. . .
When the bright lights and big city lost its luster, former model Carol Bennett returns to her Montana hometown disillusioned and ready to embrace a simple, quiet existence. After she takes over the Christmas Mountain bookstore, she is determined to forget the glitzy world that left her with broken dreams. The store provides the perfect place to hide from her past while indulging her secret joy of reading sappy books with happily ever afters.
On a day when she’s sure nothing could get worse, she encounters a cowboy too handsome for his own good and too insightful for hers. Although she adores his grandmother, rancher Tim Burke is stubborn and opinionated, declaring the only thing more wasteful of his time than the holidays is romance.
In spite of her determination to detest the man, the sparks sizzling between them make Carol wonder if being brave and latching onto happiness isn’t far better than staying safely tucked away in her store.
Will two such opposite people be able to find love somewhere between romance and Christmas?