Yuletide Redemption: A Book Review
Here's what you can expect:
"After an accident leaves Celeste Monroe to raise her baby nephew, all she wants is to provide one-year-old Parker with a happy life. She hopes taking a job caring for injured Sam Sheffield will help fulfill that goal. But Sam's determination to avoid the world throws a wrench in her plans. Despite his best efforts, Sam can't take his eyes off the pretty caretaker. Her strength and her loving nature has him falling for her—and her baby. But he refuses to burden them with a man who's not whole. Can Celeste convince Sam he's daddy—and husband—material in time for them to celebrate Christmas together?"
Kemerer has a way of creating vivid scenes and characters in just a few sweeping sentences. Readers are instantly drawn into the storyline, and the charming town of Lake Endwell, Michigan. I think many readers will relate to Celeste and Sam as they struggle to overcome the life-altering events of the past year and learn to rely on the Lord. Kemerer's novel rings loud with the love and hope of the Christmas season.
The entire time I was reading Yuletide Redemption I kept thinking what a great Hallmark movie it would make. Be sure to have a cozy blanket and mug of hot chocolate nearby, as this book will make you want to snuggle up and read until you've reached the end!
*I received a copy of this book for free. All opinions are my own.