Single mother Kelly Kennedy can’t afford lavish gifts for her four-year-old daughter, Bree. Homeless veteran Tyler Manning doesn’t believe he deserves a Merry Christmas.
When Bree asks Santa for a father and picks Tyler, both Tyler and Kelly vow to keep Bree from being hurt while fighting their feelings for each other.
Tyler struggles with frightening flashbacks that scare Kelly. Meanwhile, Kelly’s criminal past threatens her chance for happiness. Tyler and Kelly must believe in the power of love to give Bree her best Christmas ever.
Rachelle Ayala is the author of dramatic romantic suspense and humor-laden, sexy contemporary romances. Her heroines are feisty, her heroes hot. Needless to say, she’s very happy with her job. Rachelle is an active member of online critique group, Critique Circle, and a volunteer for the World Literary Cafe. She is a very happy woman and lives in California with her husband. She has three children and has taught violin and made mountain dulcimers.
I received this ebook for free so I can review it. The story will melt your heart and eventually is going to get you smiling. Kelly Kennedy is a single mother who used to work on Wall Street, however, a bad trade resulted in her spending time in jail and losing everything but her family. She lives in the shadow of her past. Tyler Manning who gave up on his dreams of football to serve his country like his father had before, is now a homeless veteran. His past is haunting him, the world sees him as a hero but he is only a killer in his own eyes. They run into each other at the mall thanks to Bree, Kelly’s daughter, who gets lost and found by Tyler. From this point on, a beautiful love story commences, not without the pitfalls of the past showing up in the present. This is a story of love eventually conquering the hearts of two people that gave up a long time ago 🙂
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