Book Review: ‘A Rancher For Christmas’ (Martin’s Crossing 1) by Brenda Minton

A Family for Christmas 

Raised on the run, free-spirited Breezy Hernandez has never stayed in one place too long. But now that she has joint custody of her late brother’s twin daughters, she’s determined to give them a stable home. Even if it means cooperating with the twins’ bossy uncle. Texas rancher Jake Martin learned the hard way that women can’t be trusted. But as he and Breezy care for the orphaned girls, Jake begins to open his heart. Is Breezy ready to put down roots in Martin’s Crossing, or will she run from the one thing she’s always wanted: a family? 

Martin’s Crossing: In this small Texas town, every heart finds a home

About Brenda Minton

Brenda Minton lives in the Ozarks with her husband, three children and a few too many pets. She’s a pastor’s wife as well as children’s ministry worker.

Her hobbies include sitting on the porch drinking coffee and going out to eat with friends.

If you enjoy her Love Inspired Cooper Creek series, you can find Brenda most days drinking coffee and hanging out on facebook.

My Rating: 5 Stars!

‘When God provided, He didn’t skimp.’

I discovered Brenda Minton’s books a month or so ago and she is terrific! I love her books because she makes her characters just come alive and the plots are so good. Her spiritual them just fills your heart and makes you feel so good reading them.

Minton brings back a secondary character from her Cooper Creek series to start off a new series. Breezy Hernandez has found herself co-guardian of her late brother’s twin toddler girls, along with Texas rancher , Jake Martin. Can she stop running long enough to settle down into what may just be the future God has planned for her? And can Jake manage to finally trust that someone will not run out on him?

I highly recommend this book.

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