Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Single Dad's Christmas Miracle by Susan Meier
He needs a helping hand…
Having recently lost his wife, Clark Beaumont is trying to make it through the holidays for the sake of his kids. But with his son failing at school and his little girl talking only in whispers, he needs nothing short of a miracle….
…when one arrives on his doorstep!
Althea Johnson is only meant to tutor Clark's son. But with her help the Beaumont family begins to come alive again, and against the odds Althea hopes that when Christmas morning arrives there will be four stockings hanging over the fireplace….
My Review: Single Dad's Christmas Miracle
This is a warm hearted story that deals with some big problems. I enjoyed reading it. Now
I want to go back and read A Father for Her Triplets.
The plot is Althea is going to tutor and teach Jack a 12 year old boy who failed his last quarter of home study. Althea is coming back home after running away when she was 18. She has been layed off as a teacher. When she arrives she notices some problems and wants to help.
The kids are cute. Althea has issues she is dealing with but she reaches out to the kids and their dad to help them grow closer and more open. Clark has his own issues to deal with and fears.
They all help each other heal in this Christmas season.
This story has humor, charm, heartache, love and facing fears instead of hiding or running away from them. It is also a clean read.
It makes you grateful for loud children that are happy.
I am going to read another Susan Meier book because I just bought the book before this one A Father for Her Triplets.
I was given this ebook to read for exchange of giving honest review of it by Netgalley and Harlequin.
Publisher: Harlequin Romance; (October 1, 2013) 253 pages ASIN: B00CFX3BBK