Vixen is an ice dragon shifter whose obsession with Christmas increases each day. Her clan’s village is located at the North Pole: the home of the one and only Santa Claus and his elves. She lives a life of carefree celebration until an attack from a vengeful dragon lands Vixen at the feet of her mate, a man who has never celebrated Christmas.
Lunar is from none other than the South Pole, the farthest place on Earth from Vixen’s beloved home. And as for her favorite holiday, he’s never joined in any of the human rituals surrounding it. If anything, he’s purposefully avoided them. Vixen must now take the reins and teach her mate all about the joyous time of year she celebrates year round.
Just when their relationship starts to blossom, Vixen is kidnapped and held for ransom. Lunar will stop at nothing to save her as his first Christmas draws near. After all, there is no place like home for the holidays.
Another year of Christmas preparations is in full swing at the North Pole’s own Christmas Village, and Holly is content to be working at her father’s bakery. But when Chip calls her into his office with a promotion she can’t turn down, life as Holly knows it is about to change. With a new bakery located in New York City scheduled to go online the first of November, and her at the head of the project, she has little time for distractions. That is, until she meets her handsome new assistant.
Merric quickly proves to be more than a competent assistant, especially when devastating news from back home puts all the pressure on them to make the new bakery a success. Even with their deadline approaching, romance blossoms between Holly and Merric, but it’s not without its challenges. Can it survive when Holly discovers a secret Merric has been hiding? Or will they pull together and fight for their chance at happiness and success?