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Second chances. Sometimes the hardest part is believing they exist.
Anne McClain Bradley returns to her small town roots after an absence of 30 years. Pete Garrity is in Legend, Tennessee, for a new start in a place where nobody knows him.
Ms Adeline Bynum, recently deceased, has a hand in bringing them both here.
Legend has a way of healing broken hearts. But can Anne and Pete let go of the tragedies of their pasts in order to have a future together?
Stands Alone: Yes
Jeannie Adams has a pain in her neck, and its name is Eli McClain. The school board is honoring him at a big community dinner, and Eli has done nothing to deserve all the fanfare. Nothing, that is, except leave their hometown of Legend, Tennessee right after high school and become an internationally known singer. Why make a big deal over somebody who walked out on everything that?s important?
For Eli, Christmas in Legend is a way to placate the family he left years ago, and impress the very impressionable people of Legend. As far as they?ll know, Eli has everything. But at twenty-five years old, he?s feeling burned out with fame and fortune and doesn?t understand why life is so hollow.
All through school, Eli and Jeannie were the bane of each other?s existence. Yet the fleeting kiss he left her with right after graduation has never quite faded for either of them. Jeannie has deep roots in Legend, and Eli jerked his roots up years ago, so even the magic of a beautiful hometown Christmas can?t bring these two opposites together. Or can it?
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Midnight Shelby is starting over. She’s leaving her ex-husband, the big city, and corporate life behind. She doesn’t know where she’s going until she happens upon an amazing website advertising real estate in Legend, Tennessee. The virtual tour of a large two-story big brick building on the main street makes her fall in love, with the building...and with the potential for a new life.
She has no idea she’ll also fall in love with the realtor who sells her the property.
Martin McClain was born and raised in the Legend area. His family has lived there for genera-tions, and he feels a duty to preserve it. Part of the reason is his thirteen-year-old son Daniel. The web site Daniel created has been good for business, but although Martin is a real estate agent by trade, he’s wary of newcomers’ motivations. With good reasons—one of them being Daniel’s absent mother.
For love of Legend, and with an eye toward Daniel’s future, Midnight and Martin begin to work together, and learn that in spite of their different starting points, their destination is the same: Home.