Photo journalist Trey Scott comes back to Marietta for Christmas, only to find no one home... except for the enchanting Lucy DeMarco. Although Lucy isn’t crazy about the holidays, Trey does his best to restore her enthusiasm, starting with nestling her snug in his bed. But if he’s only in town until New Year’s...
Picture this: Marietta, Montana, snow storm, two strangers meeting in the night, finding instant attraction, ending up, cuddled by the fire while Christmas music is playing on the background, and sharing some intimate details of their lives... Romantic, huh?! You betcha!
Yes, the story had couple little details that made me lift my brows. But that's okay.
I also found Lucy to be a bit bratty and immature at times. She had gone through a great loss and unexpected surprise in her past, that had affected her greatly, and was trying to work it out.
The romance was moving fast and intense, Trey and Lucy both falling faster than they were comfortable with.
The story has lots of Christmas cheer, family connections, traditions, and love.
~ Three spoons
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