Author: Linda Warren

A Texas Holiday Miracle by Linda Warren

Posted December 10, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
A Texas Holiday Miracle by Linda Warren

Another sad Christmas book, well sad with some happy upswing as well. Both the hero and heroine in this book have experience death in their lives, and its seriously impacting their lives and their holiday season. Gabe lost his son, and to say he has taken to being a hermit and a bit of a grouch, which frankly is more than understandable. Lacey has given up her life to become a guardian to her younger sister after her father’s death. It’s not an easy job, but Emma is a great kid, although not always the best listener. Its Christmas season, and Emma doesn’t really seem like she wants to celebrate the season. So Lacey makes it her mission in life to bring happiness to Emma and to make sure that she is experiencing Christmas the way every child should. The only thing that seems to be putting a damper on things is her grumpy neighbor who really doesn’t appreciate Emma coming into his backyard to pet the mans sick dog. Lacey and Gabe have some confrontations over the matter, but Lacey doesn’t give up, she stands up for her sister, and more than that she doesn’t let Gabe off the hook. Before you know it Gabe reluctantly starts letting these two girls into his life. There is a lot of pain going on for Gabe, and sometimes it is really hard to read. I mean his grief is all consuming and he just isn’t ready to deal with the loss. […]