Series: Martin's Crossing

A Rancher for Christmas by Brenda Minton

Posted December 6, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
A Rancher for Christmas by Brenda Minton

So the synopsis of this book is really what drew me in, it reminded me of that movie with Katherine Heigl, when her best friends die and suddenly her and their other friend are taking care of their orphaned child and living in their house. That movie always makes me cry, and I love it, I don’t care what anyone says. So it was a no brainer for me to pick up this book. I have to say it was equal parts sweet and sad. So Breezy has a brother, Lawton, who she just found out about, and then right after she meet him and starts to get to know him, him and his wife die, leaving her and Jake (her brother’s brother-in-law) as joint guardians of his twin daughters. Breezy has lived a seriously hard life, sometimes even on the streets, nothing has been easy for her. And staying in one place, well it’s not something she has ever done in her life. But I think she’s always been longing for a family of her own, and when it comes time for her to step up for her nieces, she doesn’t hesitate, she’s staying whether Jake likes it or not. I really liked Breezy. I loved that she was independent, and in some ways hard from her life, but she’s also someone who is kind and giving, and not afraid to show emotion. Even though being a sudden parent is hard, she didn’t give up, and I love that […]