A humorous and heartwarming, second chance holiday romance. 

Elfed by CJ Hunt

Where does this story fit into the Rivers End world?

This is the 5th book in the MacAllisters of Rivers End series, but can absolutely be read as a standalone.

Lindsay MacAllister showed up as Sara’s favourite cousin, sometimes baby-sitter, and is mentioned in most of the books in the MacAllisters of Rivers End series.

When Noah popped into my head along with the rest of the “Lost Boys” who played at the New Year’s Eve party in Tipsy, I knew he was perfect for Lindsay.

I’m so excited you get to meet them both!

Happy reading,

xo CJ Hunt

What do you get when you mix a snowstorm, secrets, and two people who desperately need a second chance at love? Come home to Rivers End and fall in love with this heartwarming, second-chance Christmas romance.

All LINDSAY MACALLISTER wants it to make it home to Rivers End in time for her Uncle Isaac’s Christmas wedding. But the universe has other ideas. Lindsay is convinced that she’s on the naughty list this year, and that getting snowed in—with the one guy who managed to completely break her heart—is her punishment for the secrets she’s been keeping from her family.

NOAH BURKE is happy to hop a plane to Hawaii with his foster brothers and avoid the holiday season altogether. But a snow storm brings the airport to a grinding halt, and throws the girl-next-door he’s never been able to forget directly into his path. Now Noah’s faced with a choice. Will he risk telling Lindsay he’s never gotten over her and try to convince her he deserves a second chance? Or will his troubled past come between them… again?

HEAT LEVEL: While there are some sexy-times they are taking place off the screen. This is a sweet romance (although would not qualify as “clean and wholesome”).

LANGUAGE: A teensy bit.

MAGIC: All the magic of Christmas! But no witchy business. 


Silver Bells by CJ Hunt
Tipsy by CJ Hunt
Reindeer Games by CJ Hunt
Wedding Bells by CJ Hunt


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