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Thursday, January 2, 2020

A Tale of Two Christmas Letters




A Tale of Two Christmas Letters by Cathy Gillen Thacker 
Western Romance

Will a single dad and three little girls fulfill her secret Christmas wish?

Rehab nurse Bess Monroe is mortified that she accidentally sent the wrong Christmas letter to her boss! And so now Jack McCabe, widowed surgeon and father of three little girls, offers his friendship to get through the holidays. But their pact soon turns into something more. Can a woman who’s been burned by love open her heart to Jack for the holidays—and maybe forever?




3 out of 5 fairies

A Tale of Two Christmas Letters is sweet. A Tale of Two Christmas Letters is sweet. With a doctore hot enough to set off fire alarms, a sassy beautiful nurse, and three little girls in the mix, this is a sweet way to kick off the holidays. A little bit of hope are just what Jack and Bess need to make it through their holidays and maybe the rest of their lives. A little slow moving at times, but sweet all the same.




Where to buy: Here

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads


About the Author: The love stories in my family have always been fodder for romance novels. And family is what I write about in every book.

To date, I’ve written and published over one hundred novels.  Many are out of print, many
are coming back in print via e-readers.  (Hurrah!)  In each story, I try to provide a few laughs, maybe a few tears, a few problems that seem… at first… unsolvable.  As well as a lot of love.

I thank all the readers who have supported me and my work over the years, and I welcome all the new ones with open arms, and much gratitude.  Knowing I’ve made someone’s day a little brighter, with one of my books, is the best gift I could ever receive.

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


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