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Mrs. Scrooge by Barbara Bretton (48)

Kindle: 1293 KB
  • Print: 212 pages
  • Publisher: Free Spirit Press (September 24, 2013)
  • ASIN: B00FEXXSCA


Single mother Samantha Dean doesn't have time for Christmas. Or romance, for that matter. She is weeks away from opening her own catering business, the most important part of her plan to provide her certified genius daughter Patty with all the wonderful things she deserves.

Except Patty doesn't want to go to a fancy boarding school. She wants a father and when she meets bartender Murphy O'Rourke at her fourth grade Career Day presentation, she knows she's met the man of her mother's dreams!

But can she convince her Mrs. Scrooge of a mom that it was time to give Christmas -- and love -- a second chance?

Previously published by Harlequin Books

Barbara Bretton wrote and sold her first novel in 1982, and hasn't stopped since.

REVIEW:
This was such a sweet story, with the sweetest little girl in it. 

Her mama and this guy, Mickey, have the most intense romance.
Oh how you want everything to work out for them all. 
The ending was my absolute favorite. It also has the most Christmas cheer there. You're left with the most Christmas of things said, and quite profound too.
A great intro for me with this author and I look forward to more.


4/5




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