Recently fired from her art teaching position, Lindsey Kreisner slinks home to spend the holidays with her parents until she can find a new job–preferably in another state. She has no desire to resume her old life in Frankenmuth, Michigan. But her meddling sister pushes her to the one man who could convince her to stay.
Patrick Bachmeyer doesn’t have time for fun, not if he wants to be a top political analyst. When Lindsey shows up and declares it her mission to add holiday cheer to his life, he reconsiders. A few weeks with bubbly Lindsey won’t derail his dreams–as long as he keeps an emotional distance.
By opening their hearts to each other, they could gain more than twelve days of hope. They might find a new meaning of home.