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    Sweet holiday read

    A sweet holiday second chance story. With a cute little dog and an equally cute little girl my heart was a goner! Ellie Marsden couldn't wait to get out of Branding Iron, Texas leaving behind a brokenhearted Jubal McFarland. Now she's back, big city plans on hold, divorced, and pregnant. She can't believe her eyes when she first sees him again. He's no longer the young boy she left behind but all rugged rancher man. He's also a widower and a single dad. When the old attraction flares to life Jubal fights it. No way could he ever trust Ellie with his heart or more importantly the heart of his little girl. A great read of love, forgiveness, and acceptance. Definitely a book I recommend.
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    A fun second chances romance

    A fun read filled with second chances, un-extinguished embers, family and a few surprises too I'm a sucker for second chance romance and Janet Dailey does not disappoint in "Just a Little Christmas." I enjoyed seeing the spark between Ellie and Jubal rekindle. This pair has a lot to overcome. She flat out refused his marriage proposal in their teens and headed for the bright light and flurry of societal activities in the big city... several states away. After a decade away, she's returned 9 months pregnant and divorced to live with her mom til her kid is born - after the holidays according to her due date. Jubal had his heart shattered once and but managed to pick up the pieces, marry someone else and have another on the way before his wife and unborn child died in a car crash. Of course, he's also lost his dad in the meantime and is busting it to make a go of the ranch, pay off his dad's debts and raise his little girl. Naturally, he doesn't want anything to do with the woman who crushed his young hopes because the farm and her hometown weren't enough for her... he wasn't enough for her. Too bad his daughter tales a shine to her and her little dog Beau too. Then there's the situation with the ranch-someone took advantage of his dad's declining health a few years back on a high stakes loan. As this pair is constantly thrown together, they try to fight their attraction. And you know there's one. She's huge with another man's child. Both learn some valuable lessons about themselves, each other, family and priorities. Enjoyed their accompanying them on their journeys.
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    Cute, but just not for me

    Just a Little Christmas was a cute, if not very memorable, holiday romance. Honestly, it’s been awhile since I read this one. I really should have written this review sooner. So I’ll try my best to conjure up some thoughts and feelings for this story. So basically this is a girl leaves her small town for the big city and breaks her boyfriends heart in the process story. She comes back, divorced and pregnant, and basically it’s a second chance romance. The characters were mostly not very memorable for me. Except Jubal’s name. It’s not one I’ve heard before and I cringed every time I read it. The author did a good job of including a kid but not making this a book with an annoying kid in it. Honestly, I don’t have much else to say about this one! If you’re in the mood for a cute little Christmas romance this could the book do the trick, but for this reader at least, it did not leave a lasting impression.

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