The Holly & The Ivy (Frost Family Christmas Book 3) 2nd Edition, Kindle Edition
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Please note that several typos and/ or grammatical errors were noted in the reading of this last book in the trilogy. Proof reading is needed for further reprints.
This is just a sweet story to read, sweet family, the Frost clan.
There are three books and it helps to read in order but you don't have too.....I just had to get to the ending, I get a little impatient, sometimes.
Joey Frost didn't want to spend her life working at her family's maple syrup business. She decided to become a police officer in her small town of Carol Falls, Vermont. She enjoys what she does and is up for a promotion. She is out patrolling to streets one night during a snow storm when she comes across a stranded motorist who's car is stuck in a ditch. Little does she know it happens to be none other then her old crush Fletch. What is he doing back in town after leaving 10 years ago without even saying goodbye to her? He has been a military police officer in Afghanistan and his tour is finally up. He wants Joey back. He is back to try to convince Joey to move to Boston with him where he has accepted a position with the police department there. He has accepted a three month contract working for the police department and becomes Joey's partner. Joey still can't trust him after he broke her heart so bad back in school. Will Fletch be able to win her back? The mystery of baby Holly is solved in this book which give the series a great ending.