The Holiday House holds a special place in Holly’s heart. It’s where she met her boyfriend, Clint, and their two families bonded over the Christmas fiasco when the rental had been double-booked. Returning home had been hard, continuing their budding long distance relationship through daily phone calls and weekend get-togethers. Now they’re engaged and making wedding plans, it’s only natural for those plans to include being married where it all began - the Holiday House, with their extended family.
They announce their plans while the families are together for Easter. During their visit, however, it becomes clear that something isn’t right between Holly’s sister Merry and her husband, Lance. The tension between them is so thick, it's almost tangible. Merry seems irritable and angry. Lance seems frustrated and confused. They are still having problems as they plan to get together again for Memorial Day, which causes a dilemma for Holly. Should she tell them about domestic discipline and how she believes it could save their marriage? While she's debating, another problem erupts – one which could be devastating. With different people warning her about different things, Merry needs help, but can Lance provide what she needs?
Publisher’s Note: This sweet romance is the second book in the Holiday House series, but can easily be read as a standalone. It contains elements of domestic discipline.