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I was not paid for this review. I am not a writer nor do I know one. I am not kin to this author. I am a reader and this is just my opinion, nothing more, nothing less.
As readers have said many, many times before – there is just something about a bad boy. It’s undeniable. And Trey is not so much a truly bad guy, but his is a man who walks to his own tune, follows his own rules about life and what’s right or wrong. McKenna has loved him since she was a teen, and if truth be told, she’ll love him until her last breath. But everyone has their limits. She stood by Trey when he finally had to pay for his actions. Yes, they were justifiable, no man should beat up on a woman and he had stepped in to help when no one else did – but in that action, when fists flew and a man died, Trey paid for his part with years in prison. By then he and McKenna were engaged with a small baby, but as the years wore on it got more difficult to see Trey behind bars and to hear the cries of their young son when they had to leave Daddy behind. It was time to let go.
Today was Trey’s first day of freedom. Tomorrow was McKenna’s wedding day – to another man. The rest of Trey, McKenna and TJ’s story I will strongly suggest that you read for yourself. You will fall head over heels in love with little TJ, who is an exact duplicate of his Daddy. You will feel the heartache of Trey, the contained desperation of losing his family to a man so not worthy of them. You will hurt along with McKenna as she comes to see some truths that have evaded her. And you will adore and cherish the chance for this family to have their Christmas, reconnect and realize what is most important in life… and just maybe the best gift they receive this Christmas is a whole family full of love.
We all have stories that we know we will revisit. I have my own bookcase full of “keeper” novels – and this entire series is going in my Kindle equivalent to that physical bookcase. I will revisit The Kidnapped Christmas Bride again, I have no doubt about that at all. I hope you will pick this one up and find a story that will touch you as well.
*Any review is just one person’s opinion. You might feel the same or totally different. The only way to know for certain is for you to read it. This was my opinion of this particular book.* Originally reviewed at Keeper Bookshelf (dot) com
Although a series, each book is a stand alone. However, with so many characters it is hard to keep everyone straight if you aren't reading them one after the other. It took me a few minutes to sort everyone out although I never did figure out how one character fit in.
I loved McKenna and little TJ, too. They've had a hard life with Trey being sent away to jail, and with what happened to her family. But....you don't marry someone just because you think he's safe. Little TJ's cries for his father not to leave him again, just brought me down to my knees and made me bawl my eyes out..
Another review said it best when they stated: "You will feel the heartache of Trey, the contained desperation of losing his family to a man so not worthy of them. You will hurt along with McKenna as she comes to see some truths that have evaded her. And you will adore and cherish the chance for this family to have their Christmas, reconnect and realize what is most important in life… and just maybe the best gift they receive this Christmas is a whole family full of love." That's exactly how I felt while reading this book, only she said it much better than I ever could have.
I already know that Trey and McKenna's story will stay with me way past their happy ever after. I don't feel that way often, but this is one of those times. I've read all 3 books prior to this one, and while they were all amazing stories in their own right, this was by far my favorite.