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Arson wasn't the only fire that ignited between them.
She was arrested.
He returned to the safety of his wealthy parents.
Almost ten years later, Hadley and Monroe are both specialists in the field of speech therapy. They meet again . . . thrown together to help a four-year-old-girl rendered mute after being rescued from a fire.
Years of secrets and anger beg to be set free as Hadley and Monroe try to push aside past hurts and find common ground in order to help the traumatized child and her family.
Can the love of Christmas past drift into the present, bringing healing and hope for all?
My thoughts: I was a bit surprised just how much I loved this story! It is a heartwarming tale of a foster kid who has to make a way for herself after being accused of arson. I like how is then skips forward to the present day, when Hadley is trying to rise above her rough start in life. I really liked that there is a side story with her friend, Elliot, and that this book encourages readers to love unconditionally.
I received this book from Litfuse in exchange for my honest review.