Whitney Jones’s first priority is making partner at DC mega-law firm Gibson and Grey. She feels guilty for not seeing her family as much as she should, but she always made it home to River Run, Virginia, to spend Christmas with her mom, stepfather, and the rest of her large family. This is how she quite literally runs into Chace on Christmas night as she's rushing toward the 7-11 to buy a very last minute Christmas gift.Chace Murphy thinks he's hit rock bottom when his girlfriend dumps him on Christmas Eve for a man old enough to be his grandfather. However, the worst day of his life turns out to be not so bad when he takes Whitney off guard outside of the 7-11. He bumps into her while he's trying to drown his sorrows that night. She's gorgeous, but after the way they meet, he worries that she'll think he's just a bumbling wino. He doesn't think he'll ever see Whitney again until a chain of events leads to him going back to DC with her after Christmas.The closer Whitney gets to Chace, the more trouble she has figur- ing out what's really important to her. Chace makes Whitney chal- lenge her most basic assumptions about her life. When Whitney's chances of making partner are endangered, she is shocked to real- ize that there may be something more important to her than money and power--something as simple as Chace's embrace.
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Published July 1, 2011
by Indigo Love Spectrum.
Romance, Literature & Fiction.