Thursday, December 26, 2019

The Secret Christmas Child

The Secret Christmas Child by Lee Tobin McClain 
Contemporary Christian Romance

Will a fresh start heal old wounds? 

His high school sweetheart returns with a baby…And a devastating secret.

Reese Markowski can’t believe he’s hiring his ex-girlfriend—but to save his program for dogs and at-risk kids, the veteran needs Gabby Hanks. Single mom Gabby’s fierce love for her infant daughter is undeniable, as is the child’s effect on Reese’s wounded heart. Their holiday reunion is a joyful surprise, but nothing prepares Reese for the truth about Gabby’s baby…

5 out of 5 fairies

The Secret Christmas Child is beautiful. I won't lie, you might need a few tissues (or a small box) on hand, there are a few tear jerker moments. You know from the start Reese and Gabby belong together, but it's a long road to get there. The boys of Rescue Haven will steal your heart as the boisterous crew navigate their own obstacles. A masterfully woven, heart-warming story that will remind you of the real spirit of the holidays, and that even out of sorrow can come great joy.

Where to buy: Here

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads

About the Author: Lee Tobin McClain read Gone With The Wind in the third grade and has been an incurable romantic ever since. The PW bestselling author of eight contemporary
romances for Harlequin Love Inspired and twenty independently-published novels and novellas, she recently contracted with Harlequin HQN to write three mainstream romance novels, coming in 2019. When she's not writing, she's probably cheering on her daughter at a gymnastics meet, mediating battles between her goofy goldendoodle puppy and her rescue cat, or teaching aspiring writers in Seton Hill University's MFA program. She is probably not cleaning her house.

You can find her on Amazon, Twitter, Goodreads, Facebook, and her website.

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