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This family affair is set against the backdrop of bruised blue sky and an ocean of varying shades of gray, Truro on Lower Cape Cod in the dead of winter. Catherine McCarthy and her brother-in-law, Ted, have come to know an unexpected love for one another. A love which casts Ted and Catherine against the wide open, brooding horizon-- the sea and sky aching the eyes to the point unknown where the unlikely lovers are sure, somehow, the two must be meeting.
Together Catherine and Ted find themselves in a roaring and raging storm swirling around them --a mass of white and gray as mighty as any Nor'easter, leaving them blind as everything else slips away.

A year after the holiday season which changed everything for her entire family, Maeve McCarthy gathers with her grown children on Christmas Eve.
While Catherine McCarthy's husband lay dying she was in another man's arms--his brother's. Just as the dust begins to settle, Maeve McCarthy and her family are in for a Christmas Surprise that will stir everything up again...

She can't run. She can't hide. Love for two brothers has found Catherine McCarthy...

Readers find 'December Frost' impressive and addicting leaving them completely hooked from beginning to end. "Then Came November" and "December Frost" pull you into a family affair, and leave you anticipating each character's next move, with twists and turns to keep you turning page, after page.

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