Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds
This story starts with the matriarch, Mary, decorating the Christmas tree with treasured ornaments. Then she starts to reminisce about the beginning of the Sullivan family.
Jack Sullivan is a man with a dream who needs a miracle. Then he sees Mary Ferrer. What I like about this story is that our main characters are in their thirties. It shows that you’re never too old to fall in love. Mary is an independent woman who decided early on what she wanted to do. Jack is a strong-willed man who knows how to treat a woman.
This is a great addition to the Sullivan saga. It’s a book you could read at any time – not just around the holidays. Bella gives you just enough of a tease when Jack and Mary finally make love. This way you can create the scene how you would like it to be. She also knows just what a romance reader is looking for and she doesn't disappoint. And the best ending? – one that brings a tear to your eye.
If Bella Andre is a favorite of yours, you can’t go wrong in adding this book to your library. If you haven’t and need some incentive watch this book trailer:
It’s not long, so if you get hooked into Jack’s story like I did, you can get it finished in a couple of hours. Maybe you are one that puts your holiday books away until you need a stress reliever – make sure you have this in that pile. And if this is your first Sullivan series book, make sure that after you read this one that you go back and fall in love with her other books.