Robin McKay likes her life simple. It's easy and uncomplicated that way. Nate Ashford left for vet school eight years ago, and since he graduated, he's been a traveling vet. When Robin is tasked with heading up SantaLand, her hometown's local Christmas attraction, it adds to her already busy schedule of trying to save the struggling animal shelter. And it only gets better when her former best friend arrives to spend the holiday season in Believe--as the shelter's veterinarian. Will Nate...
Raelynn "Rae" Masey is moving to Believe, Nebraska, to open up a new coffeeshop. Luke McKay has experienced a devastating loss, and put the Closed sign on his heart for good. But as they work together to bring Rae's coffeeshop to life, they realize just how much common ground they share. Will the bond Rae and Luke forge be able to overcome past hurts, withstand a father's questioning and, ultimately, heal both of their hearts?
Noah McKay has a good life. But when he sustains a work related injury, his world is turned upside down.
Kristen Matthews has known Noah his whole life and vice versa, but she’s never worked closely with the man. When he’s assigned to help her with Believe’s first autumn festival, Kristen realizes the man he really is, even if he holds grudges due to his injury. Will Kristen be able to help remind Noah of the blessings in his life and, possibly, become his newest one?
After the one summer note that changed Luke McKay and Raelynn Masey's lives forever, the couple is ready to say "I Do." But when an unexpected blizzard blows into Believe like a hurricane in a fur coat, and notes start appearing again, priorities change. Suddenly the town is buried in snow and without electricity. In true Believe fashion, everyone steps up to help their neighbors without hesitation. Will the wedding still happen, or will push come to shove, and they'll have to postpone?
A simple flood warning doesn't seem like a real threat to the McKay family or their home state. The National Weather Service issues them every spring, and for centuries there hasn't been more than minor flooding. This time, it hits. Between the rain, the winds, and the frozen ground, Mother Nature makes her power and presence dangerously known. But when a phone call comes the week after, their lives are suddenly put on hold. A car collision...
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