These are four cute contemporary love stories about life in Christmas, Florida! Home for Christmas is about Stella, an event planner who comes to Christmas, FL to organize their Christmas festival. She's hired by Brick, a local contractor, and as he helps her with the planning, they start to fall for each other. Brick's family also make her feel welcome and she wonders if it's time to give up her life on the road and put down roots. Will Brick give her a chance or protect himself before she leaves for good?
Merry Christmas, With Love focuses on Randi, a war widow with a rebellious teenage son. She's involved in her church ministry of sending cards to soldiers overseas and she and a soldier have been corresponding back and forth. But when he shows up in Christmas, she doesn't want him to know who she is. Will she ever be ready to risk her heart again?
A Blessed Angel Came is the story of Gabi, a shy store clerk who lets out her zany side when she dresses up as a reindeer for the Christmas festival. When her little sister was seriously injured in a car accident years ago caused by a drunk driver and confined to a wheelchair, she put her first and her life on hold. Photographer David Levine arrives in town for some time off and donates his time to help out at the festival. She notices his tender care of a child in a wheelchair, but little does she know about his rebellious teen years. Could she ever get past it to see the changed man he's become?
You're a Charmer, Mr. Grinch tells the story of Randi's mother Edie, the postmaster of Christmas, FL. Rick, a retired police officer who dons a Grinch costume to promote the festival, has been trying to get her attention for years. She doesn't trust charming men, however, after what she went through with her husband. Will Edie learn to trust and open her heart before his patience runs out?
These were all fun light reads centered around a Christmas festival. Some of the characters appear in other stories and it's fun to see the crossover that ties them all together. These stories will definitely get you in the Christmas spirit!