Grace Flaherty had given up hope of ever seeing her husband again. After all, it'd been over a year since he went missing in combat. So when he strides through the door of her bakery in downtown Christmas one sunny afternoon, she can hardly believe her eyes. But her happily-ever-after is going to take some effort - because Jack has no memory of his family.
All Jack Flaherty remembers about Christmas is that he couldn't wait to leave town. Now he's a local hero with a wife and son he doesn't know. Even as he struggles to rekindle the romance with his wife, he knows in his heart what he wants: a second chance at love.
Christmas in July begins when Grace's husband who has been MIA in the military finally comes home. The problem is he doesn't remember he has a wife and child. And when they meet again things aren't exactly as they seem. For one, both of them have secrets, and two there are other people trying to get between them. But they each have to figure out what they really want if they want to be together again.
This book was more enjoyable than the first one. I really liked the story line in this one. What I didn't like though, was the hero standing up for another woman. And I really felt like he never stood up for Grace. It made me very frustrated with him. And Grace didn't stand up for herself enough in my opinion. She started to at times, but then she just sort of backed down. I really did like this one! It was a nice interesting "Christmas" read!