Ruby Prescott comes to Love, Alaska looking for answers. She lost her memory in an accident 2 years ago, she's been living in Colorado for the past couple of years, but nobody there knew her before the injury.
The first person that Ruby sees in Love is the sheriff, who also happens to be her brother-in-law. He immediately calls his brother, Dr. Liam Prescott, who rushes over. Ruby learns that her family thought that she had died in the avalanche that took her memory during a search and rescue mission in Colorado.
After he get's over his shock, Liam asks Ruby to stay and get to know their son, Aidan, who was a toddler when she disappeared. Will they be able to be a family again?
I love how Liam is willing to go the distance and to do what he can to make Ruby feel at home, and doesn't pressure her to remember him. He gives her space, but is always there and is happy to see her reconnecting with their son. Liam is a good doctor, and genuinely cares for his patients, and famil y is very important to him.
Ruby is a strong, brave and compassionate woman, even if she doesn't always see herself that way. I liked how the town worked to make her feel welcome, even though she didn't remember them, they didn't make her feel bad about it.
This is a wonderful read set in the beautiful town of Love, Alaska. I loved the characters, especially Liam and Aiden, and how they welcome Ruby back into their lives with open arms. This is a beautiful story of second chances at love in time for Christmas.
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