Shelby Davis loves handling search and rescue with her dog Max. Not so much today though, when she's asked to help find a man lost in the blizzard and that man is Ryker Anderson. The one person she didn't expect or want to see again. Ryker broke her heart 18 month ago when he left with only a recorded goodbye message. Now Ryker has returned to Grand Lake to win back the heart of the only woman he's ever loved. He only hopes that Shelby will understand his reason for leaving. Will she understand and find it in her heart to trust the man who left her?
Reunited at Christmas is the perfect title for this tale. You might be able to guess what the outcome might be but watch-out for an unexpected twist! I must say that the cover is very appealing and what drew me to the story. Once I started reading it, it was one that just kept me turning pages. All the characters were full of life and just great to get to know. I enjoyed the spiritual thread that was woven throughout without being heavy handed. The message that the Lord is always with us in good times and bad was a great reminder to the reader. Though this has a Christmas theme it's one I would enjoy reading at anytime. So grab your hot chocolate, warm fuzzy slippers and curl up with Reunited at Christmas. The weather outside may be frightful but this story will warm your heart!
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