Finn Parish is just another cab driver in an Uber obsessed world. Once a prominent chef, he is now barely making ends meet and relying on his fares to pay his rent. One day, shortly before Christmas, he gets a call from dispatch about a fare who must be taken to the doctor. Upon arriving at the house, he finds an elderly, wheel-chair ridden woman named Callie who is clearly suffering from dementia. Finn wonders how her family has left her on her own.
Syndey is Callie’s granddaughter and a lawyer at a prestigious law firm that has just announced a series of job cuts. Sydney has to balance her work life as well as her grandmother, and she feels as if she is failing at both. Through a series of events, Finn and Sydney begin to connect over Callie, and work to provide her with the Christmas she desires.
This story proved to be a wonderful read as we near the Christmas season. The characters are charismatic, witty, and relatable. Although short, I felt like the storyline was developed and provided me with the pick-me-up that I needed. I would give this story four stars and would recommend it for others to read.
I read this novel on my IPAD and received it free from Booklook Bloggers in exchange for an honest review.