New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Carolyn Brown's second book in the Happy, Texas series.
Nash Lamont came to Happy, Texas straight out of the Army with a wounded soul and a broken heart. After twelve years of service, he's out on medical discharge that has classified written all over it. Unable to talk about his experience, but needing a place to heal, Nash heads to his great-uncle Henry's farm. Nash's grandmother says it's the perfect place for peace and quiet. It's also the perfect place to poke around for new leads on Uncle Henry, who disappeared the year that Nash joined up.
Kasey Dawson's husband was killed in a secret Army mission a year ago. Looking for a place to grieve, she came home with her three children to help her brothers run the family ranch. But a year of mourning does not heal wounds, and six months of working on a ranch does not heal a broken heart. Yet, the first time she meets Nash Lamont, something flutters in her heart--something that she thought had died with her husband. Can the magic of Christmas help these two open their hearts to each other?