Allison Challenger went online and sent her letter to Santa Claus' e-mail. She thought her request simple. All she wanted was a hula-hoop. But let's don't forget her other 'minor' request. The one a little more challenging - she wanted a mother! Where did one pick up a mother? Did K-Mart have Blue Light Specials?mothers aisle three, half-price for the next fifteen minutes�?
Leslie Seaforth had the breath knocked from her as she stared at her ballet student's father as he walked in to help decorate for the Christmas recital. She couldn�t draw enough air as she stared at the sexy man in worn blue jeans and black sweater. His black hair was windblown, not that of a polished businessman. Vividly, she envisioned him standing along the cliffs of her home, watching the winding Kentucky River below. Her heart whispered this man could easily fit into her self-contained life.
Hula-hoops had made a comeback. That much was within Keon Challenger's power. But could lunch at MacDonald's and a raging snowstorm help him find the answer to his daughter's Christmas wish? And to the whisperings of his heart?