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Reading Room: Finding Her Christmas Family by Ruth Logan Herne

I haven't read a Harlequin book in a long time, but this one popped up as a new release. Finding Her Christmas Family is a heartwarming and tender story about adoption, family, and finding love under difficult circumstances. Since I always get a bit teary-eyed when reading a really good adoption story, I was primed for this one. The author knows how to deliver a sweet romance with plenty of real-life emotions added to the mix. It's a nice book to get you ready for the holiday season.



About the Book

Her Christmas list has three new names…


She’s the last living relative these girls have…


But he’s the only family they’ve ever known.


Just in time for Christmas, Sarah Brown has located her long-lost family: her late sister and orphaned triplet nieces. Now she intends to claim custody of the little girls. But one person stands in the way—their guardian, Detective Renzo Calloway. As the triplets draw them closer, building a family together might just bring Renzo and Sarah everything they ever wanted.


I hope you love reading this story as much as I loved writing it. The beauty of faith, family and fun comes alive while the romance between Sarah and Renzo leaps off the page but these two have a lot of hurdles to navigate... but what better time of year to face those hurdles together?

The Reading Room is where I share books, because authors are readers, too. I don't rate books on my blog, but I do like to share books I've read and enjoyed (My mom recommends a few, too.). My tastes are eclectic, so expect to see everything from sweet, wholesome romance to edge-of-your-seat, sexy thrillers, and more in between.


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MK McClintock writes stories for those who enjoy escaping to another time and place, where their imaginations are free and open to simple pleasures and stories with plenty of happy-ever-afters—at least for the good guys. Villains get a different kind of ending.

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