Monday, November 13, 2017

Review: Their Christmas Miracle (Charity, Montana #2) by Lynne Marshall

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 Review:

After spending two years in prison involuntary manslaughter, Hunter Wood is finally getting his life together.  He decided to make Charity, Montana, his new home town.  He opened Wood’s Café and though it might be a struggle on occasion, he is enjoying his new life and career.  But when Hunter’s cousin and wife are killed in a car accident and Hunter is given custody of their ten month old son Adam, Hunter’s life really takes a new direction.  He doesn’t know anything about babies.  He is going to need some help. 

Tracy Blevin is an RN at Charity Urgent Care during the day and at night she uses Hunter’s kitchen to bake pies to sell to help with the mortgage of her new home.  Tracy’s dating life is non-existent after a bad marriage and several relationships which ended with the guys leaving her.  She has gotten to the point where she doesn’t believe love actually exists, but she secretly wants her own family.  Spending time with Hunter, Tracy starts to think maybe there might be a chance for romance.  But she is afraid it will end badly like her other relationships, so she keeps her feelings to herself.
When Hunter needs help with baby Adam, Tracy is more than happy to help.  Will baby Adam be the miracle Hunter and Tracy need to see the love that is right in front of each other’s eyes?

This was an emotional story and it has a great message to it.  I enjoyed seeing Hunter and Tracy put their insecurities behind them and finally find love.  And who couldn’t love little Adam?  He really stole the scenes at times.    

1 comment:

  1. This sounds like a really good story. I love the cover.