Cocoa For Two
A holiday story that is also the first book in the upcoming series —PCS Hometown: Awesome— about returning veterans, their adopted hometown and love.
***Grandma Rose left her home and business to her world-traveling granddaughter. She left the remodeling job to a returning veteran. Her final gift is . . . “everything Christmas”. Welcome to a heartwarming story filled with love, traditions, and a ‘Holidays on The Square’ festival to remember.
Army veteran Adam Barkley wants to make sure soldiers he served with always have a place to call home. When one of them talks about Main Street Hardware being for sale in his hometown, Adam buys the store. He’d counted on the small-town friendliness, but Grandma Rose has given him more than just a big remodeling job, she’s presented him the opportunity for love, family and a home of his own. But first, he has to convince Rose’s stubborn granddaughter to make Awesome—and him—her travel blog’s final stop.
After her grandmother Rose’s death, travel podcaster Brie Dresser returns to the small town of Awesome to finalize her inheritance. She isn’t there to stay and has no intention of reopening Rose’s Gift Shoppe. Then boxes of Christmas inventory unexpectedly arrive, and coincidently she’s designated co-chair of the Holidays on The Square committee. Brie’s suspicious. When she learns the handsome hardware store owner has an unbreakable contract to remodel the house she inherited, she has her answer—Grandma Rose had been matchmaking. Not going to happen.