If practice makes perfect, I should excel at pretending that Heath Miller doesn't affect me. That I'm immune to that wide jaw, taut body, and the unique woodsy-aftershave-engine-oil scent that makes my ovaries explode.
Since before I could walk, he's been my champion, and my best friend. The one problem he can't solve for me is him. Why? If I tell him I love him, I'll lose him and his adorable daughter. Maybe the best Christmas gift I can give him—and myself—is to turn in the keys to my B&B and put some distance between us.
I've made my share of mistakes. Lost my MIT scholarship, came home to fix cars and romance Kentbury's female tourists—until I wound up a single father. For all eight years of Cassie's life, Knightly's been my anchor.
I've changed. Cassie's the best part of me, and Knightly's been there every step of the way. But as Christmas lays its mantle of magic over Kentbury, she drops a bomb—she's following a dream to New York City. I've got one week to do everything, say everything I've never dared. To convince my best friend to be mine—ours—for all the holidays to come.