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Mail-Order Christmas Baby (Montana Courtships) Kindle Edition
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Mail-Order Christmas Baby does deal with rather serious issues of family dysfunctions and baby abandonment and it definitely isn't all feel-good light fluff, yet it leaves the reader with hope for the better days to come and that message lifted my spirits.
Sterling Blackwell and Heather O'Connor find themselves in a predicament many couldn't handle well. I admired their patience, perseverance, and goodwill to look after the precious baby-girl and sacrifices they made for her wellbeing.
Heather is a character I easily connected with. She loves order and numbers, enjoys baking and crafts, she is smart, capable, with an independent spirit, she has a kind heart and she is careful to guard it against hurt and pain.
Sterling is an alpha male, in charge and commanding, yet his good heart, his kindness, and his generosity are obvious to anyone around him. He is not afraid to take a stand for what he believes is right, he joyfully takes care of the baby and plays with her, and even play the nurse when the need arises. His nightmarish childhood and the verbal abuse from his father still plays a part in his life, both Sterling and Heather need healing from the past pain and wounds to be able to move on.
The shyness Sterling and Heather process around each other is endearing, but the connection between them is palpable, their feelings obvious to all around them. I enjoyed the complicated courtship between them, as they try to get to know each other and take care of the baby and the ranch in an all-around difficult situation.
Historically, the timeframe of the story is an interesting period, as the country is trying to get back on its feet after the war and trying to build for a better future. The development of technology and the new challenges the people face are well embedded into the tale as it smoothly flows off the pages while paining clear images in the reader's mind of the events occurring.
An entertaining and uplifting tale of overcoming obstacles, learning to trust and forgive, opening your heart to the new possibilities offered to you, and daring to face them head-on. A story that will touch your emotions yet will leave you with a smile and faith for the better tomorrows to come
~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
A wonderful holiday book and the theme of love, forgiveness, friendship, and holiday spirit made this a must-read for me! I definitely recommend it!
I’m always impressed with the depth and development of plot and characters in the books by this author. This story lacked none of that and at the same time presented us with a gently weaving slow-burn romance between Sterling and Heather brought together by an insta-love for the sweet child, Grace. This was a quick read for me since I was completely drawn into the romance, Grace’s age-appropriate antics, and the mystery of her parentage. I was rooting for the HEA of both Sterling and Heather, but I especially longed for Sterling to get his. He was a beautiful hero to Heather’s independent nature - patient, noble and a loyal protector. Although the the mail-order debacle made me want to throttle the townspeople whose narrow minds and loose tongues equally perturbed me, it all worked out for this precious mail-order made family. (This is my voluntary and honest review of an advanced copy of Mail-Order Christmas Baby)