Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Review : A Texas Holiday Miracle

A Texas Holiday Miracle by Linda Warren

Genre : Contemporary Romance, Winter Reads
Pages : 224
Expected publication: December 2nd 2014 by Harlequin 
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Christmas is for real

Moving to Horseshoe, Texas, to become guardian of her half sister has been rewarding for Lacey Carroll. But raising a six-year-old—especially one who has stopped believing in Santa Claus—has its challenges. Lacey's goal is to bring holiday wonder back into the child's life, which isn't going to be easy with a grinch like Gabe Garrison next door. The man is mean, rude…and hurting. 

After losing his son, Gabe shut out the world. But his privacy is invaded by the quirky, dynamic blonde and her kid sister, who are single-handedly filling his solitary life with love. When Lacey enlists him in a holiday campaign for Emma's sake, he can't resist. Will Lacey's unique brand of healing magic make this a season of second chances—for all of them?

Sweet, hopeful and enjoyable are just a couple of words that describe this book. This book is about getting beyond death of a loved on and learning how to heal, love and get by. I thought it was interesting seeing the different perspectives of how people dealt with death. I loved seeing how Lacey and her younger sister helped heal Gabe to live beyond the death of his son and dog. I loved watching the connection between the two. I loved that things weren't too rushed. I thought that this book was very well written and a great book to get into the holiday mood. I had read a previous review for this book and it is very much like that movie Miracle on 34th Street.

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