What happens if everything you’ve been looking for is right where you left it?
Cordelia “Lia” Winchester, a successful marketing director in Boston, is called back to her North Carolina hometown when her parents are injured. Despite her desperation to stay away from the place where she’s known as “Little Lia,” guilt forces her to hop on a plane to care for her parents and their family inn. What was intended as a short trip soon becomes extended when Lia uncovers distressing news about the inn and town’s financial state and decides to stay through the holiday season. She doesn’t plan on feeling safe, appreciated, and happy once she’s surrounded by the quirky townspeople, who help her put a new spin on some of her favorite Christmas traditions from childhood to boost tourism.
She also doesn’t plan on falling in love.
Logan MacDermot was ready for a fresh start, and the job at the Winchester Inn came at the perfect time. He may not be from this small town, but its people made him believe he could be one of them. Except Lia Winchester. He’s heard plenty of rumors about Lia and is surprised to see a different person than he imagined when they finally meet and ultimately butt heads. But after spending more time together, Logan realizes the big-hearted girl he’d heard about still exists within the stubborn, strong-headed persona of Cordelia. As they team up to save the inn and the town, can Logan help her remember who she is and convince her this is exactly where she belongs?