Can Christmas magic help her hear the music again?
Melody Murphy shared her love of music with her father, but after tragically loosing him on Christmas Eve two years ago, she no longer has any interest in music or Christmas. She returns to her hometown of Charles Town, West Virginia, to help her mother save the family antique business, content to stay focused on her work. However, when a chance encounter with an adorable five-year-old leads her to befriend an attractive single dad, Melody begins to realize she's been putting her life on hold, something her father would've never wished for her. Will she learn to hear the song in the falling snow again?
Reid has recently moved to Charles Town to start over after his wife walked out, leaving him alone to raise their son, Michael. When Michael decides he needs Melody Murphy in his life, Reid needs to find out what it is that has his son drawn to the young woman like a magnet. The closer he gets to Melody, the more he begins to believe he might get a second chance at love after all.
This is a sweet contemporary romance with Christian themes, perfect for holiday reading.
Wonderful story line makes you feel about your own family and this holiday story love,forgiveness,grace in a powerful season.
This story was captivating, easy to read, and filled with likable characters. Charles Town sounds like a wonderful place to live and raise a family. Although it’s a sweet story, it contains depth, and real life issues. A Christmas story is a great way to address depression, sadness, and grief. The Holidays are meant to fill us with joy, happiness and laughter! From Thanksgiving through New Year’s the season can, for many, be filled with much loneliness, heartache and grief. So much so, that suicides occur more during this time of year than any other. Melody’s grief at the death of her father was real. Yet, she found hope, joy and love that made it possible for her to overcome her sorrow. Through the unexpected love of a little boy familiar with loss of his own, and his father who was fearful of trust, there was healing.