Nancy Naigle delivers a heartwarming Christmas story
that proves you can always go home again.
Sydney Ragsdale is looking for a fresh start far away from
her controlling ex-husband and the self-doubt that has
plagued her since the divorce. Returning to her childhood
home in Hopewell, North Carolina is just what her soul
needs. Praying some Christmas magic will follow her she
moves with her daughter to a farmhouse that once belonged
her grandparents. While there Sydney finds solace working
The Book Bea, her favorite bookstore.
Single dad Kevin MacAlea, Mac to his friends, is the local
high school history teacher and baseball coach. He is also
the towns best kept secret―he has been playing Santa
his son was born twelve years ago. Mac loves the
of the season and wants his son to share in his joy.
When a catastrophe forces The Book Bea to close before the
end of the year, everyone in the small town is feeling the
loss. While Sydney is already off-balance by the bad news,
her ex-husband breaks a promise to their daughter that
her running away and threatens the relationship that she
begun with Mac.
As Sydney and Mac try to figure out what their next steps
are together they will soon discover that there’s always
hope at Christmas.