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Ally, Kody, and Matt are all back just in time for Christmas! The romance is hotter than the roaring fires and hot apple cider. This Christmas, Kody and Matt are giving Ally their hearts but which one will she choose to spend forever with?

“Matt, I’ve been thinking. You’re such a good looking man. So well-bred and from such a good family.” My mom started.
“Oh, thank you Mrs. Graham.” Matt blushed.
“Matt, you’re family. Call me Judy.” She laughed. He gave me a sideway glance and Kody chuckled and patted his back.
“I’m surprised you aren’t married yet.” She went on and I almost choked on the tea I had just gotten a drink of. I sputtered it and choked it back out ice and all. Kody died laughing and patted my back as did Brandon who had jumped up and run to my aid. Matt chuckled.
“Thank you, Judy. I’m holding out for the right girl. I’m a one woman kind of guy.” Matt touched my back and I saw the twinkle in my mother’s eyes when she realized what he was saying. She blushed, as a matter of fact.
“Well-“ She started.
“She’ll be very lucky to have you.” Leigh Ann finished.
“No ma’am. The other way around. I’ll be so lucky to have her.” Matt stared at me, as did everyone else.
“Who wants dessert?” My mother jumped up abruptly.
“Judy, what are you doing? We just started dinner.” My father hissed making me giggle. She swept her skirt back under her and sat down completely flushed. I knew the feeling.

And just when Ally thinks there'll be no more surprises this Christmas Eve,

Each one wrapped and arm around me and I cuddled in closer to them. At the same time, they both turned and kissed me on the forehead, which caught me off guard at first but then I smiled and went with it.
“Isn’t it beautiful!” I leaned forward.
“It sure is.” They said in unison. I looked back at them to see what they were looking at and realized they were staring at me and smiling.
“You two have been acting strangely all day.” I told them.
“Us?” Matt looked shocked.
“Never.” Kody gasped out playfully and touched his chest. I watched them curiously for a moment trying to think of something they’d done. My car was intact so they didn’t take it joy riding and wreck it. My clothes all fit so they didn’t shrink those and I still had all my hair, which meant no Nair in my shampoo.
“Baby, you’re missing the lights.” Kody chuckled. I dazed off looking at them. I gave them one last look then settled back in the seat between them, lost in thought.
“Figure it out yet?” Kody whispered in my ear.
“I will.” I told them. Matt checked his watch and I frowned.
“Are you in a hurry Pumpkin?” I teased and patted his cheek.
“Before midnight, Princes?” Matt laughed.
“Midnight?” I asked confused. They both died laughing and I sighed.
“Oh goodie, just like old times and I’m literally right in the middle again.” I told them making them chuckle.
“We’d tell you, but then-“ Kody started.
“You’d have to kill me, I know.” I shook my head.
“No, it’d ruin the surprise.” Matt chuckled and I giggled. The lights were beautiful and despite the snowflakes that were getting larger and heavier as they fell on us, it was an amazing night.

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