Sunday, November 13, 2016

An Aspen Creek Christmas

An Aspen Creek Christmas
Aspen Creek #4
Roxanne Rustand
Hannah has just received legal custody of her orphaned niece and nephew. She wants them to have a wonderful Christmas and is looking forward to reconnecting with her late sister's children. But she isn't prepared for their uncle Ethan who asked her to marry him thirteen years ago and then promptly disappeared. Hannah is living in fear that he'll take the children from her and she'll once again be standing there heartbroken. But Ethan has changed. If he can convince Hannah of this fact, they just might be able to work things out.

This was a sweet book that didn't read like one in a series. I didn't realize that it was until I started to write this review. So it would definitely work well as a stand-alone. I liked how the author showcased the character's faith without being overpowering or preachy. There were some surprise elements in the story that added some drama and the addition of all of the animals was precious. The characters were well fleshed out and the author did a great job with the subject of death and grieving. I hadn't read anything by this author before, but have added her other books to my reading list. Readers of sweet romance and inspirational fiction will enjoy this Christmas story.

I received a copy of this book from NetGalley. All opinions expressed are my own.

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