Jill Levin hasn't been home in two years. When a business trip takes her back to Cincinnati, just in time for Chanukah, her family is delighted. Jill has mixed feelings about being in her childhood home again -- it brings back many happy memories, but also some very painful ones. And then there's Ben Abrams, who wants to have more than a business relationship with Jill. Jill likes Ben, but she isn't ready to open her heart to anyone. Ben has the eight days of Chanukah to change Jill's mind. It seems impossible, but Chanukah is not only a season of light, it's a season of miracles.
Contemporary romances with Jewish heros and heroines are very hard to find. One that's also well-written is a keeper. If this wasn't a second copy, I'd never let it leave my bookshelf.