Book Review: ‘A Daughter For Christmas’ (Triple Creek Cowboys 3) by Stephanie Dees

About The Book

This little girl needs a holiday to remember…

To give her a real Christmas,

they’ll risk a surprising second chance.

Single mom Eve Fallon hopes a real country Christmas will help her young daughter, Alice, to overcome trauma. Widowed rancher Tanner Cole doesn’t believe in much of anything since his own tragic loss. But as his steady patience coaxes Alice out of her shell, Eve works to rekindle his holiday happiness. Together they might be able to heal…and make a family for a lifetime.

From Harlequin Love Inspired: Uplifting stories of faith, forgiveness and hope.

Triple Creek Cowboys

Book 1: The Cowboy’s Twin Surprise

Book 2: The Cowboy’s Unexpected Baby

Book 3: A Daughter for Christmas

About Stephanie Dees
Award-winning author Stephanie Dees lives in small-town Alabama with her family, two spoiled dogs, and a very bossy cat. A Southern girl through and through, she loves sweet tea, SEC football, corn on the cob and air conditioning.

Favorite writing snack: Chex mix with honey-roasted peanuts
Favorite vacation spot: Gulf coast of Florida
Favorite day of the week: Monday (there’s just so much possiblity…)
Favorite thing ever: first coffee in the morning
Favorite rom-com: The Proposal
Favorite family activity: Game night (favorite game: Ticket to Ride)
My Rating: 4 Stars!

This book was just so precious. I love it when I can connect with characters in a book. In fact, that’s one reason I will set a book aside; wooden characters. These were real to me. I felt their emotions. Well written, with a good plot and good characters. And there was a wonderful dog! How much more do you need? I will definitely read more by this author.

Publisher: Love Inspired
Genre: Inspirational
Release: December 2020

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