The only gift I want to unwrap this year is him.
Yes, I did throw the rock that broke a stained-glass church window.
No, it wasn’t a very becoming thing for the producer of Madison’s top TV show to do.
But it was an accident, and my aim was off because I was angry.
My ex had left me and married someone else.
Now I’m paying my punishment off with volunteer work.
I’m directing the church’s childrens’ choir Christmas performance.
That, and swearing off love and commitment, for good.
But then Ryan Kelly walks onto the set of Morning Madison.
We dated in high school, and I’ve thought about him since.
But he has a son now, so he must have a partner. Right?
Either way, I shouldn’t get involved.
But it seems like Ryan wants to give me some big Christmas cheer.
And it’s getting harder and harder to resist.
I’m sick of relationships; they don’t lead anywhere good.
After my husband and I adopted our son, he decided life was too hard.
He split on us, leaving me a single father.
I moved back to Madison from Chicago to open a music shop and raise my boy alone.
I wasn’t expecting the host of Morning Madison TV show to walk into my store.
He’s looking for a Christmas gift for his husband.
They have some fun friends I’d love to get to know because I lack a social life these days.
One of them turns out to be Zach Taylor- my long-lost high school love.
I should stay away, but I can’t resist his handsome body.
His friends Wes and Flynn invite us to spend Christmas with his big, eccentric family.
And soon I’m wondering whether to let my son know I’m in a serious relationship.
Is this just a short-term reignited fling?
Or will my Christmas wish come true all year long?
Christmas Wish for Me is a 35,000 word single dad, second chance, holiday romance in the Morning Madison series of standalone books that have the same setting and reoccurring characters and are therefore the most fun when read all together… and with a big glass of water due to all the steam. It combines heat, humor and heart-warming Christmas music to warm up your holiday season. It has no cliffhanger, no cheating and a very happy ever after. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Ian Finn and the set of Morning Madison!