From "The King of Christmas," Richard Paul Evans, the next exciting holiday-themed novel in his New York Times bestselling The Noel Collection.
Sally Walther feels like her world is imploding. Publicly humiliated after her husband, a local councilman, is arrested for bigamy, and her subsequent divorce, she has isolated herself from the world. When her only friend insists that Sally climb out of her hole, and embrace the season to get her out of her funk, Sally decides to put up a Christmas tree and heads off to buy one—albeit reluctantly. She is immediately taken by Andrew, the kind, handsome man who owns the Christmas tree lot and delivers her tree. She soon learns that Andrew is single and new to her city and, like her, is also starting his life anew.
As their friendship develops, Sally slowly begins to trust again—something she never thought possible. Then, just when she thinks she has finally found happiness, she discovers a dark secret from Andrews past. Is there more to this strangers truth than meets the eye? This powerful new holiday novel from Richard Paul Evans, the "King of Christmas fiction" (The New York Times), explores the true power of the season, redemption, and the freedom that comes from forgiveness.