The Dad Who Saved Christmas

The Dad Who Saved Christmas

by Karen Rose Smith
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Dad Who Saved Christmas 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
grandmareads102 More than 1 year ago
Nicholas Clark left Winding Creek after his youthful marriage failed. He couldn't handle his ex-wife's lies and the people who felt he was a bad news. Now a snowstorm forces him to seek shelter there. When he rescues a little boy from a tangled harness that left him high above the ground, he sees a familiar face, Faith Hewitt. He was interested in her when they were in high school, but he felt that she deserved better than him. She's Jakie's foster parent. Now that he's staying at her house, Nick finds that he wants Faith and this five year old in his life. When Mr and Mrs Brewer want to adopts the little boy, he knows that he can't let Faith lose the child she loves. He suggests that he and Faith marry. Can they overcame all the obstacles and find a HEA together? Karen Rose Smith has written a heartwarming Christmas story filled with unconditional love and second chances. I liked Nick. I was touched by his honesty and patience. He cares and is generous to Faith and to the town's children. Faith wants Nick, but her insecurities prevent her from trusting him. I wanted her to open her heart and have faith. I wished her mother wouldn't feed her fears. These two are a perfect couple. This small Vermont town is a lovely setting for this tender holiday romance. These characters are easy to care about. I loved the story, the holiday spirit and tender romance. What a joyous book! Karen Rose Smith woke up my holiday spirit.
Kuzlin More than 1 year ago
Stranded by a snowstorm, Nick Clark finds himself back in Winding Creek--his hometown that he abandoned years ago. Labeled bad, living on the wrong end of town, with a drunk for a father and a mother who had abandoned him, there were not many pleasant memories in this town...with the possible exception of Faith Hewitt! So when he runs into her in the town's community center, with her foster child, Jakie, it brings back memories of what could have been. Spending time with her and Jakie starts to give him the illusion of family, something he gave up believing in. Then when it seems that Jakie might be adopted by another family and taken away from Faith, Nick does the unthinkable and asks her to marry him. Is this to be a real marriage or just a sham for the adoption agency? What Nick does not realize is that Faith also had strong feelings for him. This is an enjoyable romance story as two people struggle with their feelings for each other and try to overcome the obvious obstacles set in their way, all in the effort of making a family for Jakie. But what family actually means to each of them is yet to be uncovered, hopefully before it is too late. Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago