When Havyn Jessup agreed to join her church’s building trip, she had no idea the man who broke her heart was coming as well. The last thing she wants is to spend time with the now internationally famous actor, Levi Carter. Even if it is in Africa, where he might, if God had any sense of justice, be eaten, one tiny bite at a time, by a pride of hungry lions. Two whole weeks. She’d never survive that long.
Levi is elated to learn that Havyn will be joining the building team. He had planned to look her up just as soon as he got home to tell her what a fool he’d been. But there is no time like the present. And what better place to ensure she would hear him than when she was strapped in at thirty thousand feet above sea level? Two short weeks. Could he convince her he was a changed man in that amount of time?
When Chelsea Tan looks up from the mocha she’s making to see Cannon Jones standing across the counter, she nearly drops the cup. She’d met him on a missions trip to Africa, and had been attracted to him from the start. But she’s been back in the States for several weeks now, and he hasn’t contacted her even once. She’d gotten the message loud and clear – he’d obviously only been leading her on. Now he plans to be in town for a week, and wants to spend time with her? Well, Cannon will just see how gullible she is this time!
Cannon is thrilled to see Chelsea again, and hopes she’ll understand the reasons he hasn’t been able to write or call. But she’s as frosty as the Seattle air the week before Christmas. He’s only in town for one short week. He’d better put his charms to good use convincing her she really is important to him. Maybe with the help of a few mochas and a little bit of mistletoe all will not be lost.
Fresh out of rehab, Rayne McQuaid wants a stress-free Christmas. She’s determined not to fall back into her old coping mechanisms. So when she learns her father is dying—a man she ran from the moment she turned eighteen—her first inclination is to leave the old curmudgeon on his own. But her brother shouldn’t be left to deal with all the issues on his own, so at the urging of her friend, Dixon, she books tickets and boards the plane. So much for avoiding stress. And only adding to her stress are the unexplainable feelings of attraction she’s suddenly having for her best friend, actor Dixon Nash.
Dixon is really happy that Rayne finally took his advice to go through rehab. He’s even more pleased when she agrees to go home and deal with some of the pain of her past. Now if only she’d recognize her need of a Savior. He has to keep his feelings for her in check until then. Can a Christmas kitten named Star point the way to the Answer she so desperately needs?