All he wants is a Christmas memory...
Trey Sheenan has cultivated his reputation as Marietta’s resident bad boy, until one day he lets things go too far and he loses everything---his freedom, his fiance McKenna Douglas, and his infant son.
McKenna has loved Trey since they were kids, but she’s had enough. When Trey is sent away for five years, McKenna is determined to do what’s right for her and baby TJ, which means putting her mistakes—namely Trey—behind her, and move on.
When Trey is released early, he returns to Marietta determined to beg McKenna’s forgiveness and become the father TJ needs him to be, only to discover that he’s too late. McKenna’s marrying local insurance agent Lawrence Joplin in a candlelight Christmas wedding.
Or is she?
Once again, Trey risks everything, but this time it’s for love....and the memory of one perfect Christmas together as a family.
Refreshingly different kind of romance story.
Trey is a definite hero, broken and flawed, but a hero. He's a former convict, with a bad to the bone reputation. Difficult childhood, he never fit in, he was the wild and restless one.
McKenna is just trying to be a good mom, she is trying to provide her son a solid upbringing, even though her son is a spitting image of his dad, with a wild, restless, stubborn, yet sweet and caring nature.
It takes a Christmas miracle to open up McKenna's eyes to see the true Trey, his good, protective, solid soul. The love for each other has always been there, now they just have to learn to work on the relationship, learn to live together in harmony.
And the picture perfect family Christmas they have in Montana, is a great start for the future together.
A sweet and touching love story with an original storyline
~ Four spoons!
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