Ivy is currently living at a homeless shelter trying hard to improve her life. She becomes involved in Life Bridge, a program helping women get a second chance at life. Ivy is placed as an intern at a stained glass shop at Forever Christmas, a place that keeps Christmas alive all year long. Not only does she fit in and discover new talents, she meets Mason, a surgeon whose life revolves around his career. Though their attraction is mutual, Ivy has doubts because she feels she’s out of Mason’s league. This nagging doubt may jeopardize her chance at happiness.
Christmas Ivy is a lovely story of second chances and the triumph of the spirit and the soul. The plot is a refreshing change from the usual Christmas romances, and the characters are something special. An uplifting read that will make you believe in the magic of Christmas.
Ivy’s always been a part of Christmas; can this Ivy put down roots in Forever Christmas, where the spirit of the holidays never fades?
Ivy Harper is a survivor. Deprived of college by a selfish mother and stuck in a dead-end job that can’t pay the bills, it’s the last straw when she finds herself a crime victim, too. Hoping for a new start, she flees to the big city, only to end up homeless. Her one chance is an intern program that offers a new life on a farm outside a small town. But can a farm job provide Ivy’s artistic soul the security and fulfillment she needs?
Mason Weatherly is exhausted. A leading surgeon, ER doc, and specialist in internal medicine, Dr. Weatherly is in constant demand. Unfortunately his seventeen-hour days and long weeks mean he has no relationship or personal life. Frazzled and desperate for a break, Mason decides to visit his brother, Colton, before Colton settles down. Mason needs to discover for himself how a small town and a tree farm managed to tame his career-driven brother.