Abby Dalton has only one option: return
to her childhood hometown and rebuild her life. She knows
it will make all those rumors resurface from her past, but a
vicious divorce has left her emotionally battered and broke.
So she is returning to the house she grew up in and is
Abby’s luck continues to be bad when
her house burns down on her first night back in town. Now
she is at the mercy of her own fantasy men, Talon and Teagan
Werner, as they are her neighbors and have to room to put
her up. When she accepts, all the old rumors about her
resurface in town.
She anticipates to be rebuked by the
Werner men, but as speculation runs wild she decides to tell
them the truth about the past, and even about the dreams she
is having now. What will happen when she takes the plunge
and tells them?
While you will probably have the
Christmas song of the same name running through your head
after reading It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, I
still recommend that you do read it. I was pulled in by the
story and was intrigued by the premise. It Came Upon
a Midnight Clear is about second chances and taking
them when they arise. Sometimes you should be careful what
you wish for as you just might get it.