Quincy Ryan was just handed custody of a son he didn’t know existed. He knows how to be an architect, not a dad, so he looks to his own father for guidance, but that means moving with Pops to Marietta, Montana. Quincy knows he has to get over his shock and give Atlas the Christmas he deserves, but how? He needs a miracle.
Struggling actress Nicki Darren will take any job as Christmas approaches, even babysitting for a withdrawn, workaholic, single father. She identifies with four-year-old Atlas. She also lost her mom as a child and hasn’t had a real Christmas since.
An Advent calendar of activities soon has Nicki pulling Quincy out of the house to get a tree and ice skate with his son. She wants Quincy to open his heart to the boy, but as they countdown to Christmas Eve, she begins to fall for the Ryan men herself. If only the miracle Quincy is looking for included her…
Very sweet story.
Quincy is having quite the December. First he finds out that he has a four year old son. Then Quincy’s father buys his old house and the three guys move from a big city to a small town. Now Quincy must hire someone to help him look after his dad who is a diabetic and his son who has speech issues and is kind of closed off.
Nicki is an undiscovered, disillusioned actress who has gone to school to retrain as a nursing companion. Quincy is not quite sure what to make of her bubbly personality, but decides to take a chance on her anyways. Nicki soon realizes that Quincy needs some nudges in how to be a father, so she comes up with an activity filled advent calendar. It soon becomes evident that Nicki may be just who Quincy and Atlas need to help them make a family, but will Quincy be able to get past his own restrictions and claim happiness before it is too late?
His Christmas miracle
Beautifully written and Ioved it.