Their Christmas Miracle
Genres: Romance; Christmas Romance
My Rating: 4
Publication: November 8th 2017
Read: November 12th 2017 (ARC)
POV: Third-person dual perspectives
Hunter Wood wants to be respected. A talented cook, he’s ventured out on his own, opening a breakfast and lunch diner in Charity, Montana. He’s got a lot to prove—mostly to himself—and more than a few people to convince he’s a changed man.
Tracy Blevin is a registered nurse and pie baker extraordinaire, who is drawn to a most unlikely man, Hunter Wood. A nurturer by profession, she likes to feel needed, but the only thing Hunter needs her for is her pies. Their friendship has changed over the last six months as business partners. The more time Hunter spends with Tracy, the more he finds things to like about her. She’s smart, organized, and…those bright green eyes and delicate mouth are really starting to get to him. Maybe it’s time to move beyond just partnership…
When a Montana winter car crash leaves a baby an orphan, Godfather Hunter, lives up to his promise, taking in the ten-month old. With the season of miracles upon them, Hunter can no longer deny his strong attraction towards Tracy. Is her life-long wish for her own family finally being answered this Christmas?
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
4 Stars to Their Christmas Miracle by author Lynne Marshall.
Ok, where to begin….so this was a warm and heartfelt story. I did enjoy it very much and I did end the book with a smile. That said, I felt passion was missing between the H/h. While yes it was a safe, clean read, the chemistry and tension was lacking. I don’t need to have sex on the pages in my romances to enjoy them. But there wasn’t a strong connection between Tracy and Hunter.
Hunter finds himself the guardian of his 10 month old godson, unexpectedly. I adored that little boy. Adam truly saved this book for me. Tracy adored Adam and was happy to help Hunter with him. In fact, it was little Adam who was instrumental in bringing Tracy and Hunter together.
The book was a bit slow but the author did a good job of writing believable dialogue and very likable characters, especially for Tracy. I understood her wariness with getting involved with Hunter. And Hunter had his own issues to deal with. Hunter was attracted to Tracy but it took a while before the first kiss. I didn’t mind the pace of their relationship because it helped to build the story. There were ups and downs and some angst thrown in regarding Adam. All in all this was a nice story. I was pleased how it turned out and Hunter’s grand gesture was amazing. The epilogue was sweet as well.
This was my first book by this author. I enjoyed it enough that I would definitely read more from her.
This is my honest and unbiased review. Thank you for taking the time to read it. 🙂
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