Christmas is over, the new year has started, but Santa is still getting letters—including one from a little girl whose aunt needs a job.
As Marketing Director of a boutique inn in California, Willow Raine effected a positive spiritual transformation. She’d like to do the same for North Pole’s Silent Night Hotel—especially when she gets an eyeful of its dark-haired, blue-eyed heir, Grant Drummond. But he is as determined to preserve the hotel’s masculine Alaskan-pioneer tradition as Willow is determined to open it—and him—to the healing mindfulness of the twenty-first century.
Grant has never met anyone as quirky, free-spirited and unpredictable as Willow Raine. Even as he tries to resist her green-eyed pull, he finds himself reconnecting with the joyous impulsiveness of his childhood, and having his belief in a concrete, provable world badly shaken.
As the hotel’s Valentine’s Day Ball draws closer, Willow feels a strong force working on her. She’d planned to keep moving, spreading positivity around the world. But is her weakening resolve due to the mischievous machinations of the hotel’s legendary ghost couple? Or is it simply the considerable power of Grant Drummond and of love?
About the Author
Like many of my characters in North Pole, I was also born and raised in a small town near Fairbanks. Although most of you probably think that’s at the end of God’s earth, I wouldn’t live anywhere else. Romance doesn’t happen in our town as reliably and adorably as it does in my fictional series, but still a wonderful place.
Most of my time is spent writing and raising two fabulous kids (does anyone ever say they’re raising totally average children?), but I also love cooking, needlework and old movies (got to survive the long, dark winters here somehow!). My wonderful husband and my beautiful husky Apache take up the rest of my day. I love reading romance and women’s fiction of all kinds, and will throw a good mystery in once in a while just because I can.