A homebody. A lawyer stuck at home. Will God work a holiday miracle and bring them together on UNcommon ground?
Raney Mayhall’s career stalled before it ever started. Stuck back in her tiny hometown during the pandemic, she’s forced to wait until her D.C. law firm reopens to begin her new life. So instead of decorating a fancy row house for Christmas, she’s living in her childhood home with her mother and brother. With a looming six-digit tuition loan and no salary, what choice does she have? And how exactly can she protect her heart with her brother’s best friend turning up everywhere like he’s the small-town hero? Instead of the declaration of love she’d secretly hoped for, Mac had sent her off to college with a broken heart.
Macallister “Mac” Lindscott never told Raney the real reason he couldn’t leave Reunion Ridge. Besides, what was wrong with wanting to know the people he bumped shoulders with every day on the way to work? That he’d rather hike the ten minutes to his coffee shop, breathing in fresh air and appreciating the enchanting holiday decorations lining the streets versus navigating a ten-lane interstate or suffocating among all that glass and concrete. Everything he needed was right here. His family. Lifelong friends. A supportive community and church. A job he loved. Everything…except Raney. But she’d always longed for bigger and better. Not…simple and faithful. Like him.
Will Reunion Ridge captivate her with its Christmas charm or will she leave him in the dust once the law firm in D.C. calls her to work? Will God work a holiday miracle and bring them together on UNcommon ground?