After calling off her engagement, Belle Davis needs to get as far away from Los Angeles as she can. The Gold Rush Mystery Weekend Retreat in Christmas Tyme, Colorado is the perfect hideaway to fill her thoughts with puzzles and code cracking instead of wondering why she couldn’t see the clues her lying ex-fiancé left pointing to the truth. Not to mention, winning the grand prize would help her with a fresh start.
T.J. Beadle just wants to find the real lost gold of 1859 that has eluded his family for over a century, then get the heck out of Dodge. And this time he’s so close he can smell gold in those hills. Only problem is, he didn’t plan on the mysterious Belle interfering with his plan.
When Belle and T.J. stumble upon a clue to the real treasure, they must learn to work together and trust each other and God before the gold falls into the wrong hands and someone ends up dead.
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