In the vein of New York Times bestselling authors Susan Mallery, Robyn Carr, and Elin Hilderbrand, comes the second in a women's fiction series about the complicated ties of sisterhood that bind us together and sometimes tear us apart.
Single mother Charlotte Daniels's Christmas is anything but merry. She's broke, her landlord is threatening to evict her, and the one person she always turned to in the past--her big sister, Kate--can't know anything is wrong. After an unforgiveable betrayal, she has finally managed to win back Kate's trust as well as a job at Kate's event planning business and she won't risk losing her sister ever again. So Charlotte focuses on doing the best job possible, planning the most talked about engagement party ever for her client Greg Frost. Maybe that will save her and her one-year-old daughter, Audrey, from a blue Christmas.
There's just one problem: her client doesn't actually have a fiancee. The engagement, not to mention the engagement party, is a ruse. So when Greg asks Charlotte to stand in for show, Charlotte reluctantly agrees. And when Kate finds out, she's furious and the tenuous peace between the two sisters is shattered. But Charlotte needs Kate now more than ever--her life is a mess and she doesn't know if she can trust her deepening feelings for Greg.
Only the magic of Christmas can bring these two sisters together again and show Charlotte--and Greg--the power of family and true love.