Thursday, September 9, 2021

Wrapped up in Christmas Hope.

 Wrapped up in Christmas Hope by Janice Lynn is a Hallmark publication. So it was easy to fall in love with this story.

Morgan has brought her son, Greyson, back home after the death of her husband Trey. Morgan was not looking for any kind of relationship. She just wanted to start her life over, staying with her grandparents until she could get settled in her new job and buy a house. 

Andrew has a dream. He has always wanted to be a firefighter. After attaining that goal he desires to be a smoke jumper. Fighting fires in forests by parachuting into the fires. He has purposed to never date a single Mom. Too much of a risk. But when he meets Greyson at a school function and then meets his Mom, Andrew is instantly drawn in. 

Quilters will be delighted to know that Quilts of Valor are some of main activities that are mentioned in this story. The attraction between Andrew and Morgan is hard to ignore. Yet they both know it would never work. Five year old Greyson is the connecting glue. Andrew is Greyson's hero in every way. The secondary characters add a lot of charm and interest to the story. Sophie and Cole found each other in a previous book, but they are an intricate part of this story.

This is such a lovely story. I wonder if Isabelle will be next?

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from Hallmark Publishing and NetGalley. All views expressed are my honest opinion.


Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Nice that Quilts of Valor is used in the book.

carol l mckenna said...

Wonderful ~ Xo

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