Christmas is coming to Climax, North Carolina—and it’s delivering an unexpected second chance right to Hawk Savage’s door…
For small-town cop and single dad Hawk Savage, Christmas tends to be more hassle and worry than mistletoe and magic. His daughter, Heather, is ten going on teenager, while his son, Henry Lee, has decided he needs a mommy, ASAP. HL’s constant matchmaking is enough to break a father’s heart, but Hawk has a more immediate problem. His high-school girlfriend, Nora Joy, just arrived on his doorstep, claiming to be his family’s new Rent-A-Mom. He sure didn’t hire her, but he can’t turn Nora’s admittedly shapely tush out on the street.
Sidelined by injury, Olympic medal-winning volleyball player Nora receives a mysterious Rent-A-Mom job offer just when her finances, and her spirits, are at an all-time low. True, she’s not much for cooking. Or housekeeping. Still, it’s hard to resist Hawk’s children…and Hawk himself has changed from the lanky teenager she once knew to a strong, steady, very tempting man.
Christmas in Climax is shaping up to be full of surprises. But the biggest one of all might be the happy-ever-after that a little boy’s Christmas wish can bring…
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I absolutely LOVED this story!! It's so sweet, fun, and perfect for the holiday season. It's wonderfully written and you will fall in love with these characters.
Nora Joy has had a rough time lately. First her Olympic dreams are on hold due to an injury she's not sure she can come back from. Then her boyfriend and her best friend and teammate betray her. The cherry on top of her craptastic life? Her manager/mother has gone through all the money she's gotten from various endorsements and she's not only broke but deeply in debt. Returning to her hometown and working as a Nanny seems like her easiest choice. That is until she meets the family she's working for. The kids seem nice enough and HL and Heather are as cute as can be. The dad - no way could this be her high school boyfriend Hawke Savage. Or could it?
Don't miss this one. I highly recommend it.