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For readers of Jenny Colgan and RaeAnne Thayne, 'tis the season for finding friendship, a place to call home, and a love to last a lifetime.
Christmas is tough for Lila Evans. She’s all alone, left with only memories of the heartbreaking time when she lost her father. But this year, Lila’s in search of a home away from home––and the countryside retreat of Fireside Cabins sounds like the perfect place. Yet Pinewood Hills, tucked in the snow-topped Tennessee mountains, doesn’t offer the small-town welcome she’d been expecting. And when Lila stops at the local coffee shop for a much-needed peppermint latte, the rugged, surly owner Theo Perry gives her a reception as icy as his piercing blue eyes.
Unfortunately, avoiding each other in the quaint village is impossible, which means Lila is soon bumping into Theo everywhere. To her surprise, Lila discovers there's more to Theo than his frosty demeanor . . . and when Lila sees him smile, it feels like sunshine on a cold winter’s day––like coming home. To chase away her holiday blues, Lila makes it her mission to warm up Theo, even if the town warns her that it would take a Christmas miracle.
About the Author
Jenny Hale is a USA Today bestselling author of romantic fiction. Her novels Coming Home for Christmas and Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses have been adapted for television on the Hallmark Channel. Her stories are chock-full of feel-good romance and overflowing with warm settings, great friends, and family. Grab a cup of coffee, settle in, and enjoy the fun!
"Jenny Hale writes touching, beautiful stories."—RaeAnne Thayne, New York Times bestselling author
"Hale (Summer at Firefly Beach) brings the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains alive in this heartwarming Christmas romance. . . . Authentic, dimensional characters enhance the emotionally charged love story. Fast-paced and brimming with holiday spirit, this is sure to please."—Publishers Weekly on Christmas at Silver Falls
"This sweet small-town romance will leave readers feeling warm all the way through."—Publishers Weekly on It Started with Christmas
"[A] tender treat that can be savored in any season."—Publishers Weekly on Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses