Holly Kuhn is on the hunt for The Tree, but could she possibly find The One along the way?
Next to Santa Claus, Holly Kuhn has one of the most important Christmas jobs out there. She’s the Director of Horticulture at Rockefeller Center, which means she’s in charge of finding the biggest and most perfect Norway spruce and transporting it to Manhattan. When she stumbles upon The Tree of her dreams on an idyllic Massachusetts dairy farm, Miss Christmas—as she’s called—is on seventh heaven. That is, until she meets the farm’s owner, handsome Sam McCary, and discovers he doesn’t share her holiday spirit.
Will Holly be able to convince him to share his tree with the world? Or will workaholic Holly learn that sometimes there’s something even more important than tinsel-trapped success?
I have to begin by saying I was slightly disappointed with the editing in this book. There were several mistakes through out this book and it really hard to connect at times.
Aside from the editing issue, I really loved the concept of the story. I have always loved the Rockefeller Center Tree. It is one of the largest and most beautiful trees I have ever laid my eyes on.
What is the story behind the tree? Each year it comes from a new owner with a new story to tell.
The story of Miss Christmas, Holly Kuhn, and where her love of trees and Christmas from back on her family Christmas tree farm is truly one of magic and wonder.
Holly will travel far and wide to find the perfect tree each and every year.
A special letter from a little eight year old boy leads her to a small town in Massachusetts and more precisely to a dairy farm. There is meets a young man about her age that nearly runs her off the farm to never come back again. He had no intention of letting her take his families tree. Will Sam change his mind? Only time will tell -
Join Holly and the rest of this spirited family, the McCary's, on a Christmas adventure you'll never soon forget!
This fun Christmas tale received 3 wine glasses! I lost a little desire to read at times with the editing issues, but all in all a fun Christmas story!