In this humorous and heartwarming romance, sparks fly between a woman who can't wait to leave a wintry New England island, and a widower who would do anything to stay.
Travel magazine writer Celeste Bell is in a terrible mood. Not only was her flight to the Caribbean diverted to a Massachusetts island, now it looks like she'll have to spend Christmas there. Single and still mourning the loss of her mother a year earlier, Celeste is desperate to avoid any emotional entanglements and all holiday festivities. She just doesn't feel like celebrating.
But that's exactly what community center director Nathan White and his young daughter Abigail want to do. Nathan is entirely focused on making sure that his daughter has a happy Christmas, especially with the knowledge that if he can't raise money for the community center soon, it will close and they'll have to leave the island. When he meets Celeste, Nathan begins to feel a connection and wonders if he's brave enough to risk his heart once more.

Thawing their frozen hearts, and saving the community center will require a Christmas miracle. But tis' the season...
“Celebration at Christmas Cove is a beautiful story of finding community, home, and love just where you didn't expect it. I fell in love with Nathan, Celeste, the charming secondary characters, and Christmas Cove itself. Carrie Jansen writes funny, heartwarming stories that make me feel like I'm coming home.” —Lee Tobin McClain, New York Times bestselling author of Home to the Harbor

“A charming romance filled with humor and warmth, and a veritable Christmas stocking full of delightful characters with whom you'll want to spend the holidays.”—Sheila Roberts, USA Today bestselling author of Sunset on Moonlight Beach

“Charming and delightful! Carrie Jansen pens a holiday romance that brings all the sentiment of the season to life in Celebration at Christmas Cove. This book made me long for a small town Christmas on a snow covered island in New England. A perfect holiday read!”--Jenn McKinlay, New York Times bestselling author of Wait For It