A home for the holidays - that's a pretty tall order, with Christmas only a few weeks away. But venture capitalist and single father Derek McCabe never takes no for an answer. And he's certain that Eve Loughlin is just the realtor to find a house for him and his young daughter.
Derek needs more than shelter, though. Being with Eve makes him aware of all he's missing: love, companionship and a beautiful woman to share his life. Eve is all business, but there's no denying the attraction that keeps bringing them together long after the contract is signed. Derek knows just what he wants. Can he get past that cool exterior and make her his own Christmas Eve?
What would have made The Texas Christmas Gift better?
In all my years of listening, this is only the second time I couldn't finish a book. The narration is awful. Perhaps if she wasn't trying to hard to have a southern accent, she may be okay, but after giving it several tries, I have to delete.