Donna Alward provides readers with a cute, sweet, holiday, romance!! ~ Autry, Guilty Pleasures
With shades of It’s a Wonderful Life, one man must face his past to find his future this Christmas.
In the last year, George’s life has drastically changed. The formerly homeless veteran now has a job he likes, a family in the residents of Darling, VT, and for the first time in years, a home. But while his present is good, he’s still haunted by the past, a past that appears shortly before Christmas when the older sister of his brother-in-arms hunts him down and finds him in Darling, working at the Ladybug Garden Center.
Amy’s looking for closure for her family after her brother’s death in the Middle East, but the serious man she finds working in Vermont doesn’t resemble the soldier she remembers from years before. This man is hardened and yet somehow fragile, too, and in her desire to find out what really happened to her brother, she learns more about George than she ever expected.
With a little Christmas magic and the whole town supporting them, can these two bruised hearts make a future together?
George is recently recovering from some very devastating blows, pushing his past further away from him and focusing on his future. When Amy shows up searching for answers for her family and her twin, George is unable to leave the past buried. Facing his fears and risking his heart, he bears his soul to Amy and learns some new Christmas traditions with her.
George and Amy is an adorable couple, who are learning to trust each other while sharing painful secrets, and finding love along the way. They are the couple that the whole town watches as they slowly fall head over heels for each other; and the towns has it figured out before they do. I want to read more and more about George and Amy; I could have read for hours about them. Darling, VT has a very charming quality, readers enjoy traveling back as much as possible! Anyone looking for a cute, sweet, holiday romance, grab a copy of Deck the Halls, its a great way to spend your afternoon!