Monday, December 23, 2013

A Family For Christmas by Mona Ingram Review

Title: A Family for Christmas
Author: Mona Ingram
Genre: Holiday Romance
Pages: 175
Price: $3.99 or FREE for Prime Members
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Book Synopsis:

Unlucky in love, Maddie LaRocque moves to Calgary at the urging of her former college roommate.  Maddie's luck goes from bad to worse when she's laid off from her job two months before Christmas. Undeterred, she sets up a gift wrapping business in the lobby of the Drummond Building in downtown Calgary where she meets Annie, a ten-year-old who has recently lost her parents.
  When Maddie falls into the arms of the building's maintenance man it looks as though her luck is changing, but she soon learns that Brent isn't who she thought he was.
   Maddie's roommate Lily hasn't fared too well in the romance department either, having been used for her beauty and Asian heritage by a man in Calgary.
  The moment Chase Drummond spots Lily, he's stunned by her beauty, but Lily resists his advances, unwilling to have her heart broken by the most eligible bachelor in town.
   Will a young orphan girl be able to convince the two women that love is the best gift of all this Christmas?


I loved, loved, loved this holiday romance. It was absolutely perfect. It had the emotional ups and downs that every good romance should have and the characters were so wonderful. A Family for Christmas would make an absolutely wonderful movie. If you love holiday romance, you must read this one!

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