"Codi Hall brings all the feels."—Monica Murphy, New York Times bestselling author
Curl up this Christmas with a fun, festive romcom full of Christmas tree farm shenanigans and a romance between an outdoorsy single dad and the kind, ambitious, Christmas-loving neighbor he can’t stop thinking about.
A guarded single dad. A woman scared to love. Clark Griffin and Merry Winters are determined to be friends and nothing more. But they've been anonymously flirting with each other online, and with a little Christmas magic and the help of a precocious kid, these two might just get their one wish this year.
“A fun, engaging, and romantic read that is perfect for Christmastime!” —The Nerd Daily for Nick and Noel’s Christmas Playlist
Merry Winters has come home to her family’s Idaho Christmas tree farm after several failed relationships. Clark Griffin has also come back home with his seven year old son and is working as the foreman at the Winter’s Christmas tree farm. Both Merry and Clark had crushes on each other back in high school, but never acted upon them. Will this be their second chance? This book had a lot of elements I like in a romance, small town, big family, single dad, and a holiday setting. With all of those elements, you would think I would love it, but something just didn’t do it for me. I kept starting this, and kept putting it down because it didn’t hold my interest. It wasn’t bad, just not great. Overall, an okay read, but I won’t be anxiously awaiting the next book in the series. I received an arc of this book from NetGalley for my honest opinion.