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Christmas in Montana (Harlequin Super Romance #1740)

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  • Posted November 27, 2011

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    A delightful read

    Christmas In Montana by Kay Stockham is a heartwarming and emotional story perfect for the holiday season.

    Jenna Darlington is so close to the end of her rope. As a widow she is struggling to make ends met, then when she lose her job everything starts to fall apart. She is leery about taking a much needed job from Chance McKenna. Chance and her deceased husband Jeff both lived life to its extreme and Jenna is not sure she wants to be around the constant reminder.

    Chance McKenna always tried to live life to its fullest. His love of climbing and other extreme sports gets his motor running. His moment of weakness had him offering his friends widow a job. Spending so much time with Jenna at McKenna Feed has him seeing Jenna as a strong and sexy woman.

    But Jenna swore she would never get involved with another man so similar to her late husband. Chance has his work cut out for him to get Jenna to realize that there is more to him then just fun and excitement.

    Christmas In Montana is a book about taking chances. Not letting the fear of the past controlling how your future will play out. Both Jenna and Chance have issues from their past that are controlling their daily life¿s. It was a treat to reconnect with Chance¿s brothers and their mates in this book. Looking forward to more books by this talented author.

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  • Posted October 4, 2011

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    This is an insightful family drama

    In North Star, Montana, unemployed single mother Jenna Darlington waits for a refund she desperately needs at the McKenna Feed Store though she needs to pick up her two children (Victoria and Mark Jeffrey) from school. She lost her job by doing a kindness that has led to rumors of her shagging the janitor. Chase McKenna who knew her late husband Jeff from mountain climbing is dressed as Santa when she learns her holiday layaway cannot be entirely refunded. He offers her a job at the store and a discount; she accepts though she has childcare issues once school ends.

    Chance and Jenna are attracted to each other. He makes it clear he wants her and likes her kids. However, she cannot risk the jump because he is a mountain climber like Jeff was. However, she also has issues with her in-laws and her BFF Rachel's mother is showing signs of Alzheimer's.

    This is an insightful family drama that showcases the difficulty of a single parent raising young children as little things like childcare need community involvement. The cast is strong as Jenna and her kids have concerns that if they allow Chance into their lives they will receive the hospital call one day. He has demons too that has kept his female relationships somewhat stark. It will take a Christmas miracle beyond just love to convert this foursome into a family.

    Harriet Klausner

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