December 13, 2014 · 6:00 am
It’s Christmas in Twilight, Texas. The Cookie Club is baking, the town is decorated, and Delta Force Operator “Hutch” Hutchinson has finally, reluctantly, returned home . . .
. . . only to get pepper sprayed by the delicious- looking stranger who’s taken over his house. She says her name is Jane, and she immediately sets down ground rules. Top priority: no touching. For Hutch that isn’t easy—he was wounded in action, but one part is still working very well.
Then Hutch learns the truth. Jane harbors a frightening secret—she’s really Meredith Sommers, on the run from a dangerous ex-husband and desperately in need of the safety Hutch can provide. In that moment, he vows he’d do anything in his power to protect her. And as Christmas approaches, they discover that their love can conquer the past and overcome any obstacle—but what price will they pay?
If you are looking for a story full of miracles, then this is the story for you. Hutch came back into town a broken man, both physically and mentally, but with the love of a good woman he overcame the trauma.
Jane aka Meredith, also had some demons to vanquish. Her demon came back into her life and in a major way. She literally had the fight of a lifetime on her hands and through it all was Hutch.
As for Hutch’s sister who disappeared shortly after the start of the book. I won’t tell you what happened to her but I will say she makes an impact upon her return.
And of course, as you can assume with most Christmas tales, there was a happy ending for Hutch and Meredith.
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