Three reasons to ask her to stay…
Will offering a helping hand
open the door to forever?
Rescuing a single mom and her triplets during a snowstorm lands rancher Finn Brightwood with temporary tenants in his vacation rental. But because of his past, Finn’s reluctant to get too involved in Ivy Darling’s chaotic life. When he starts falling for the three rambunctious little girls—and Ivy—he can’t help but wish this family would stick around for good.
Jill Lynn brings her Colorado Grooms series to a close with this sixth book in the series. I was sad to see it end, but now am looking forward to what else Lynn has in store for her readers.
Ivy Darling’s car runs off the road in a snow storm in Westbend, Colorado one night. Finn Brightwood is on his way home in the storm when he spots car tracks leading off the road. He stops to see what he can do to help and discovers Ivy and her triplet three year old daughters. He has to help them and his sister talks him into putting them up in his unfinished bunk house on his ranch. Finn definitely does not want to get involved in someone else’s mess at this point in his life, but it’s not long before those precious girls (and their mama) begin to get inside his heart. Can Finn get past the long held hurt in his heart and allow happiness to come inside?
This was a precious story that touched my own heart very much. We see old friends from the other books in this series and it was so good to see how they had allowed God to work in their lives. I truly hate to see this one end. Recommended.
My thanks to the publisher and author for a digital copy of this book. I received no compensation and the opinion in this review is entirely my own.
Publisher: Love Inspired
Publication Date: February 1, 2021
Genre: Inspirational contemporary
Length: 182 pages