The only thing Lily wants is for her children to have a nice warm home, and to make sure her family’s diner survives. When handsome billionaire David walks in and leaves a rather generous tip, he not only helps her little family, he also gives her something she hasn’t had for a long time—hope. 

After the loss of his beloved wife, David moves to a small town in New York, hoping to escape the memories, along with the pressures of his life as the president of the largest ad agency in the country. The last thing he expects when he meets with his pastor is to run into the woman who will change his life forever. 

David is willing to shower Lily with everything she needs, but Lily isn’t sure she can handle the kindness after everything she’s dealt with in the past. Will her bad memories keep them from being able to have a future together? Or will he be able to convince her that love is what makes life worth living? 


 What an amazingly heartfelt seasonal story.  This story of Lily a struggling mother of two children Mary and Patrick.  Who is struggling hard to keep her head above water while keeping her generational diner open.
     It is now to the point where this fierce single mother is going without rather than the children or the business but the whole thing is sinking fast.  Even all that is becoming hard to do.  The collectors are on her heels not only at home but at the diner now too.  Something has to change soon.  But what?
     David the newest member to the community seemed to be the prayer she needed in more ways than one.  For at least that day because when he tipped her he left a hundred-dollar bill with a note to get her beautiful kids something nice.
     For anyone who knew the old David wouldn’t believe her.  Three months ago, his life had shattered.  This billionaire’s money could not buy him out of his pain of losing his wife.  He was a workaholic who needed to give more to his community was what she was always telling him.  So, when he bumped into Lily and her kids the night before something was set in motion.
     A lesson of the Christmas spirit maybe, of letting go of the past and looking forward, of knowing when it’s time to let go and ask for help, and love doesn’t stop when one dies and when it comes to loving another.  It’s just different but there is enough love for both.  There is no time frame it just is.
     I totally recommend this book.  A feel good and a heartwarming holiday tale.  I give this book: 5++++ stars.  Give to me by the author for an honest review.  Follow us at:

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