NO PLACE LIKE HOME
For Glory Parsons, "home for the holidays" wasn't exactly the stuff of sing-a-longs and sleigh rides. In fact, she dreaded it. Dreaded having to face the things she'd losther brother, a casualty of war; and Jesse Bainbridge, a casualty of her own weakness.
She'd never been able to tell Jesse the reason she'd left him abruptly ten years ago, after she'd promised to love him forever. And he certainly didn't seem open to talking about it now. Jesse had too much on his plate to get involved with Glory Parsons.
He was the sheriff of Pearl Lake and responsible for his orphaned niece. So why couldn't he stay away from the woman? She drew him, just like she always had. But there would be no kisses under the mistletoe for them until he knew the truth. If he was strong enough to face it.
"Miller tugs at the heartstrings as few authors can." Publishers Weekly