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    Heartwarming

    Once again RaeAnne Thayne has brought us a wonderfully heartwarming story from Haven Point. Andie Montgomery and her two small children immediately stole my heart and they were the perfect little family to help thaw the heart of the stoic and gruff Sheriff Marshall Bailey. Helping Marshall while he heals from a recent injury would try the patience of a saint but Andie won't let her friend and Marshall's sister down. Marshall hates to rely on anyone for help but he is drawn in by Andie's calm and caring demeanor as well as her incredible children. The pairing of these two was perfect and in addition to the wonderful romance slowly developing between Marshall and Andie we get the mystery of what is going on inside Marshall's department as well as who could possibly be stalking Andie. This one has it all and it's one you don't want to miss. I highly recommend it.
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    He can't imagine life without them.

    Andrea is a widow with two small children. She has survived the death of her husband and an obsessed man who tried to kill her. She brings out Marshall's protective instincts. Marshall was hit by a hit and run driver and is recovering from a broken leg. Andrea is his neighbor and is trying to help him out since his family is out of town. She knows that she can't get involved with another cop. Her husband was a cop and died trying to save someone else with no thought about how his death would affect his family. Marshall knows that being in law enforcement is in his blood and he can't do anything else. Andrea needs to accept that or they can't build a relationship. Marshall has an old secret that he has been keeping and Andrea thinks he should get it out in the open, but he isn't so sure she is right. Plus he has someone trying to kill him. They have much to overcome, but Marshall can't imagine his life without Andrea and her children.
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    Lovely Christmas story

    This book draws the perfect picture of Christmas, with snow, decorating the tree, children playing, puppies, family events, and lots of love. It made me smile from ear to ear, belly-laugh several times, sigh so deep, even swoon a time or two. This tale is so well brought together I was hooked from the start. It is one of those stories where you immerse yourself so deeply in it, you forget the rest around you. The characters are intriguing and charming, and even though Marshall is like a wounded bear, in the beginning, he is a man who knows when to humble himself with an apology when needed. Marshall and Andrea have been aware of each other ever since the terrible events past summer. This book is part of a series that I have enjoyed but is perfectly fine to read as a standalone story. There's reiteration of the past events so that nothing is left to wonder for a new reader, yet so well immersed into the story, it's not boring to the series follower. As they dance around each other and try to fight the attraction they both are burning with, Marshall and Andrea form a meaningful yet fragile friendship where they share their thoughts, dreams, and secrets. Marshall's connection to Andrea's children is delightful and enchanting. The way the kids are responding to him is adorable. Andrea wants him to see her as a woman, not the victim of a crime she was. Marshall has his own burdens he is struggling with. Those troubles give the story new twists, a mystery, even dangerous elements, and few surprises. The story is filled with Christmas cheer with cookies, decorations, and children, yet there's just enough angst, conflict, crisis and dismay to make it a meaningful and relevant story. The clean tone of the tale make it the perfect Christmas romance, you can gift the book to any romance reader from younger one to grandmom without unease of suitability, and they surely will enjoy it. For me, there's nothing that brings in the Christmas spirit like snow, cookies, decorations, enjoyed with family and friends. This masterfully crafted tale takes the readers mind to that dreamlike existence, where elation is high, life is filled with joy and glee, where love flourish and grow, any troubles are faced together, encouraging the other to come through. ~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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    A Heartwarming Christmas Story

    I'm still basking in the glow of this book. The characters are still having conversations in my brain! That means it was a fantastic book because the people stay with you for awhile! I really think Haven Point is a real place and I want to drive to Idaho and visit! We met Andie Montgomery & her children in RaeAnne's previous book so I was anxious to read her story. I knew she would be a strong character but somewhat subdued because of all that had happened to her. If you haven't read the previous book (Wyn's story), it would be helpful to understand Andie's history but RaeAnne goes into her backstory so you could catch up. Andie and her sweet children are wonderful and I loved getting to know them better. They have been through so much and I wanted them to find a wonderful happy ever after! Who knew it would be a grumpy, workaholic sheriff named Marshall?! But, it just goes to show you that one person can make a huge difference in someone's life. Marshall was a workaholic sheriff and not all that friendly so when he gets injured in a hit & run accident, there is no one to take care of him. His "smothering" family is all out of town so his sister, Wyn, asks Andie, who lives on the same street as Marshall, if she will just check on him and maybe take him a few meals. Andie reluctantly agrees because she owes Wyn a great deal but Marshall has always made her nervous. Marshall doesn't want any help and doesn't like people coming into his home "helping" him. Both of them are quite a pair. I LOVED to see how they both helped each other strengthen their weaknesses! And Andie's kids were totally adorable! The ending was so heartwarming that it ranks as one of my all-time favorites! I wish it would have been a few pages longer! You have to read this book! A treasure for the holidays, for certain!
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    SNOW FALL ON HAVEN POINT

    I REALLY LOVE SNOWFALL IT WAS A PAGE TURNER.WAITING FOR THE NEXT ONE I READ THEM ALL THANK YOU RaeAnne.i love you.Lise Charron
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