Friday, September 26, 2014

A Child's Christmas by Kate James

There's a stranger at the door on Christmas Day…
Single mother Paige Summerville wants to give her seven-year-old son the Christmas of his dreams. Jason needs surgery to beat the illness that's plagued his young life, leaving Paige desperate to make ends meet. So she turns to a charity that grants the wishes of sick children…

Then a stranger arrives bearing gifts for Jason—and for her. He's Daniel Kinsley, a lawyer who's grown cynical about family. But his kindness in making Jason's wishes come true offers him more than he ever imagined. Is there room in Paige's heart for a man who could fulfill all their dreams? And not just at Christmas!
File Size: 395 KB
Print Length: 194 pages
Publisher: Harlequin Heartwarming (November 1, 2014)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English

My review: A Child's Christmas by Kate James

4 stars

I love the cover it fits the book. I was afraid this might be too sad, but it was not. Sure parts were emotional and it tugs on your emotions. It is a good Christmas story. It is full of drama, joy, loveable characters and a clean read.

Paige Summerville is a single mother. She lives in a apartment with good neighbors. Her son's cancer is back and if the treatment and surgery is not done he won't live till next Christmas. Paige really wants to give him the best Christmas she can.

Daniel Kinsley is a lawyer who is asked to help give a seven year old his Christmas wish. Daniel is a divorce attorney. He decides to help give Jason everything he wants. The train he ordered was not ready till the last moment so he took it right to Jason's home against the rules.

Jason is seven year old battling cancer for the third time. He has not seen his dad since he got cancer the first time. He is a fun loving talented artist.

Daniel ends up sharing Christmas with Jason and Paige. He feels happier than ever. He wants to stay in their lives and asks Paige out.

Jason has the cutest personality. I laughed and smiled while reading A Child's Christmas. I am already thinking of ways I can be like Daniel and help where I can.

I would read more books like this one from Kate James in the future. It is really a heart warming story.

I was given this ebook to read from Net Galley and Harlequin. In return I agreed to give honest review of A Child's Christmas.

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