"In the season of miracles, the greatest miracle of all is love.For Robin Greer, Christmas is about tradition and family. After her army-brat childhood, she wants nothing more than to plant solid roots and create a stable, permanent home for her young son, Philip. Christmas is a time to celebrate that home, and she and Philip celebrate in style, decorating their house, baking treats and listening to holiday music.Jesse Lawson's view of the holiday is quite the opposite. Growing up in an oppressively pious family, he has rejected religion. To him, Christmas is about hypocrisy and commercialism. A legal aid attorney, he can't enjoy the spirit of the season when his inner-city clients are facing eviction in the middle of a cold New England winter.Yet he can't resist Robin and her open-hearted embrace of all things Christmas. And she can't resist this thoughtful, questioning, complex man who seems to understand the true meaning of the holiday better than she does.Winner of the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award."-- Provided by publisher.