Although born into wealth and privilege, Cecelia Brightman has never found the forever-after kind of happiness she seeks. She has devoted her life to helping others through charity work, but now, at the age of forty-two, she can no longer continue on the same path. Much to the chagrin of her parents and friends, she leaves the trappings of wealth to follow her heart to the small town of Paxtonville in Colorado to be near her brother and his large family.
Connor MacKenzie is carrying baggage from a previous sorrow that almost destroyed him. However, Cecelia Brightman, the new owner of the local coffeehouse, is rocking his lonely world.
Note: This story has been written specifically with Christmas in mind, so, of course, there are children involved. Some of the youngsters are new to the series; others are rejoining the ongoing saga.
Can be read as a standalone.
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A story that's starts off as a persons that wants to keep himself private and learns to open up his heart and love more than he ever thought. Pretty sweet.
This book was sweet, fun, and tearful! I loved it!!
I really enjoyed this book. The reason for 4 stars is that I saw no reason to include the " bedroom " scene before marriage. It really was not necessary to the story but I am guessing the author thought it necessary to sell the book. Such a shame that great stories have to be coated with some x rating to please a certain audience. I wish that we who believe in Biblical morality were given the same consideration.