The Holiday Bride (Holiday Brides Series Book 2)

Book Description

Santa knows best...

Waitress Lucy West is down on her luck at the diner. A fan of late-night television reruns, she's always dreamed of a nineteen-fifties style happily ever after. But, in reality, she's opted to settle. Barely scraping by on her meager salary and tired of going it alone, she figures marrying affable, yet distractible, Mitch as making the right move. Little does she know that Christmastime--and Santa--have other plans in store...

Bachelor dad William Kinkaid has his hands full with a young teenage son and a five-year-old daughter. Since losing his wife to cancer three years before, William's worked hard to keep things as upbeat and normal for the family as possible. After his child makes a special Christmas wish, William's stunned to awaken Christmas morning to find a beautiful blonde on the sofa. The woman can't remember a thing, and his kid thinks Santa brought her. Can William solve the mystery about who she really is, without giving away his heart?

Book Review

This has got to be the cutest amnesia twist story that I've read in a long time. There is just so much comedy going on in the whole situation and then there's the underlying love and affection just coming through on so many levels. Ginny Baird has excelled herself on this one.

Lucy is getting ready to get married, but her finance seems more interested in growing his business than growing their relationship. Still she tells herself she can't complain.

Carmella wants a new mom from Santa for Christmas and is fairly certain that she is going to get one. Her excitement knows no bounds when a mom is apparently delivered by Santa!

Justin doesn't want a new mom. He's not sure that his father is entirely innocent in the whole matter of the woman on the couch in the morning. Plus his mad net skills do add some complications to the situation.

William didn't think he was interested in romance any more. He was only interested in being the best possible parent to his kids, then Lucy made him realize he was perhaps ready for something more.

Totally enjoyed reading the book. All the typical twists that you would expect and some that you would never have thought of. A good clean, fun read!

The Holiday Bride (Holiday Brides Series Book 2)
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