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    Sappy and sweet Holiday Read

    This is one of those holiday stories with just the tiniest of supernatural twists. It reminds me so much of those Hallmark Channel Christmas movies where Santa or an angel or a ghost helps to get the couple together for their HEA. I love those movies so that made it even more fun! Nora is at loose ends and thanks to a little holiday magic she finds herself on Hawk’s doorstop just when he needs her. While she’s definitely not Mary Poppins she does have a HUGE heart and finds herself quickly drawn into their lives. It’s definitely hard stepping into a role that hasn’t been filled since Hawk’s wife passed away but if anyone can win over the little family it will be her. Hawk is doing everything he can for his kids but he’s definitely finding himself stretched a little thin as his daughter approaches her teenage years and his son is desperate for a mom. When he finds himself face to face with an old girlfriend he starts thinking things he hasn’t for a very long time. He’s dedicated himself to being the best dad he can but maybe it is time to start thinking as a man too … Short and cute and full of holiday fun, Wanted: Mom for Christmas is perfect for those (like me) who just love those feel-good, candy-sweet, made-for-tv movies :) (Oh, and I had no idea this was a part of a series so obviously it can easily stand on its own.)
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    cute great read

    This one is so sweet charming Christmas miracle story. It is also a second chance love story between single father hawk and volleyball player in trouble Nora. They both need a miracle in their life and K.Kringel make it possible. Both Nora and Hawk have great personality are loving and caring and easy to love. Nora truly is a great person, not fake and is taking really seriously to be a good step in mom which we see in her actions. Hawk is also a great parent but is struggling with teenagers problems and Nora come like a miracle and although she has no clue how to raise a child she trusts her guts and makes a right decision, except for cooking she is terrible at cooking. Their chemistry is hot and sizzling. I enjoyed reading this book. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    Emotional and heart warming

    4.5 Star review of Wanted: Mom for Christmas (Cates Brothers #5.5) by Lee Kilraine Lee Kilraine is a new author to me. Recently I have found myself gravitating to stories of single dads and when I saw the premise for this story I jumped at the chance to read. Although not a particularly long story and part of a series, (I didn’t know that when I requested) I had no difficulty reading Wanted: Mom for Christmas. Hawke Savage is a single dad of two, daughter Heather who is 10 and son Henry Lee (call me HL) who is 8. My heart just about broke for these children, probably as my father died when I was 9, I can empathise with the story line. Essentially this is a second chance at love story for Hawke Savage and teenage girl-freight Nora Joy suddenly re appears in his life as a Rent-A-Mom. I loved this heat warming and sensitive tale about a little boy who desperately wants a Mom for Christmas. I will admit at times I was moved to shed a few tears as this was an emotional read for me. Having said that, this was one of those books I didn't want to put down and I was annoyed when real life got in the way of finishing the book.. Hawke struggles, particularly with the fact that Heather is moving towards puberty and he feels like a failure as he tries to manoeuvre through such a challenging time in a young girls life, often feeling he has failed his children. I loved the inter-action of Nora and Hawke and Nora and the children. The Savage family made me laugh and cry, the story line was moving and handled well and I so enjoyed this book that I am going to look into the other books in the series as soon as I can find some spare time.

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