Book Review: A Father For Christmas

I am not a big romance reader, I tend to find them to be very cookie cutter reads.  I found Rachelle Ayala's 'A Father for Christmas' to be anything but cookie cutter.  It was a quick, heartwarming read that broke up the heavier stuff that I usually read.

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.

I found Kelly and Tyler to be very real people which was refreshing for a romance novel and made for a much better read then most I have come across.  I really enjoyed their story and how it unfolded.

If you like romance novels that aren't too fluffy and trite then this is a good one to read.

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