Six months after the loss of her mother, Raine receives a plane ticket to New York along with a notecard saying, you made a Christmas Promise…
Raine remembers promising her mother that at Christmas she would travel to New York. She’d drink hot chocolate in front of the Christmas tree at the Rockefella Center, she’d make snow angels in Central Park, she’d watch the Nutcracker on Broadway, and she’d fall in love on Christmas Eve…did she really have the courage to fly across the country on her own and live out her mother’s dream?
The heaviest snow fall to hit New York in the past fifteen years and it had to be on his shift—his last day in the firehouse before his forced two-week vacation.
Drake was dreading the time away from work especially during the Holiday Season because it made the loss of his brother more profound. He knew that it was time to try and move on with his life, which is what his brother would have wanted…he just wished it were easier than he was finding it...and then one snowy night gives him more hope than he ever expected.
A holiday romance to keep you warm on a cold winter’s night.