Saturday, May 24, 2014

Five Kids, One Christmas (The Brannigan Sisters) by Terese Ramin Review

Title: Five Kids, One Christmas
Series: The Brannigan Sisters
Author: Terese Ramin
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 234
Price: $2.99 or FREE for Prime Members
Thoughts: Extremely well written.

Book Synopsis:

Colonel Helen Brannigan and Nat Crockett had each lost primary custody of their children to their exes, who, coincidentally, had married each other. Nat’s sudden, accidental blindness and Helen’s commitment to her country supposedly negated their ability to parent.

When tragedy stepped in, returning not only their own children, but two additional children that their exes had adopted, Helen and Nat found themselves thrown into a blended family. Would they be able to conquer their individual issues and protect their new family from a custody challenge? Would each member of this new family be able to rely on another to stay together? Would Helen and Nat be able to resist the growing desire that would further complicate their lives? Five Kids, One Christmas…


Five Kids, One Christmas is an extremely well written novel. I especially liked the fact that the author takes the time to create well-developed characters. As someone who grew up with a blind, single mother it was an interesting and captivating read. Ramin does an excellent job at capturing the feelings of Nat and how he feels about his blindness and how he feels about how others treat him. I highly recommend this one.

1 comment:

  1. I love all of these free books for Prime Users - I've found some real gems because of your recommendations! Thanks :)


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