When jaded oil tycoon Nick Rudolph discovered a homeless Myla Howell and her two children on a cold winter night, even this self-proclaimed nonbeliever knew that this was no way to spend Christmas. So he took the brood under his wingaand the ragamuffin family miraculously captured his secretly lonely heart. Neither he nor Myla could deny there was an attraction, but both had too much pride to admit they needed one another. Would God's loving grace show them that together they'd always be home for Christmas?We use the scriptures, past traditions, our own experiences, and our own reasoning, to decide what to do. ... The sound of the cash register computing tabs blended with the burr of a coffee grinder, while the laughter and whispered words of the few patrons ... Giving Nick a meaningful glare, she added, aMr. Rudolph is afraid of letting me make my own choices, but Ia#39;d be happy to work for you, Grant.
|Title||:||I'll Be Home for Christmas|
|Publisher||:||Harlequin - 2011-10-17|