Monday, November 19, 2012

Book Review: Christmas Roses

Christmas Roses. Amanda Cabot. 2012. Revell. 174 pages.

I definitely enjoyed this one! For readers who enjoy short, lovely, delightful, oh-so-satisfying, holiday-themed novels/romances, this one will prove just right. It's historical romance set in Wyoming Territory in 1882. The heroine is a widow who runs a boarding house. She's got an infant daughter, and the hero, well, he just happens to save the baby's life early in the novel. The heroine, Celia Anderson, wasn't looking for love, wasn't looking to remarry. But. The more she spends time with her new boarder, a man named Mark, the more likely she is to change her mind. Mark wasn't exactly searching for a wife--or a child--either. He WAS searching for the father he never knew. But how can he help falling for her?!

It's a quick read, a bit predictable perhaps, but quite satisfying in some ways!

© Becky Laney of Operation Actually Read Bible

1 comment:

Amanda Cabot said...

Thanks so much for your review.