Widow Amy James can't get through grocery shopping in Treasure Creek, Alaska, without a marriage proposal. And she's hardly flattered. Most of her "suitors" are after the treasure her great-grandfather had buried on her property. But only one man promised her late husband he'd take care of her and the boys: police chief Reed Truscott. True, Reed is handsome and honest and makes her feel safe. But his honorable marriage proposal is about obligation—not love. Unless he can convince her that his Christmas wish is to join her family forever.
I loved this book, its the final in the Alaskan Bride Rush series. We see Amy James who is the owner of the Treasure Creek Guided Tours dealing with issues since the treasure has been found and there are some who want it for themselves. Reed mad a promise to Amy's husband before he died that he would look after her but doesn't understand why she turned him down. Amy wants to open the treasure at the town Christmas pageant but with all thats been happening Reed wonders if now would be better. Add to the mix 2 adorable boys and you have a heart warming story. Seeing Reed interact with the boys is interesting as he himself had a hard childhood. I enjoy the themes of hope, belief and forgiveness are in this book. What the treasure Provides with the hope and belief in the town is inspiring. Wonderful book and I am looking forward to the historical books in this series.