A VOW FOR CHRISTMAS book review
A VOW FOR CHRISTMAS
by Linda Carroll-Bradd
In the two years since his beloved wife died, rancher Chad Rutherford has done the best for his family. But with his sister leaving the family ranch to get married, he needs to find someone to keep house and tend his kids so he places an ad for a mail-order bride.
Left on her own by her brother’s murder, spinster Vika Carmichael must find a way to life. An ad for a mail-order bride from a widower with small children seems like the perfect fit. Until she arrives in Gunnison City, Colorado, and wonders if room for her exists in their hearts.
Will two proud individuals find a way to work together, or will their marriage vow be broken by Christmas?
A heartwarming, sweet western historical romance
Previous Titles in the Series
Book 1--A Marshal for Christmas by P. Creeden
Book 2--A Bride for Christmas by Cheryl Wright
Book 3--A Husband for Christmas by Margaret Tanner
Book 4--A Farmer for Christmas by Marisa Masterson
Book 5--A Family for Christmas by Cheryl Wright
Book 6--A Shadowed Groom for Christmas by Marisa Masterson
Book 8--A Sheriff for Christmas by P. Creeden
Book 9--A Groom for Christmas by Cheryl Wright
Book 10--A Niece for Christmas by Margaret Tanner
Book 11--A Cowboy for Christmas by Christine Sterling
Book 12--A Companion for Christmas by Marisa Masterson
Book 13--An Orphan for Christmas by P. Creeden
Book 14--A Fresh Start for Christmas by Kimberly Grist
Book 15--A Miracle for Christmas by Patricia PacJac Carroll
Book 16--A Mother for Christmas by Christine Sterling
Book 17--A Home for Christmas by Julia Ridgmont
Book 18--An Outlaw for Christmas by Susan Horsnell
5 Stars: 5/5 star rating
What a surprising Christmas novella! Vika and Chad both have different expectations for their marriage but they must come to some sort of agreement or else their marriage will be doomed from the start. Will they be able to come together and work things out? Will they connect in more ways than just the precious children he has from his previous widow?
I loved reading this novella. I personally enjoy the ease and speed of reading novellas. I was able to finish this one in one afternoon while sitting by the twinkling lights of my own Christmas tree. Perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon!
I received a digital ARC of this novella from netgalley and Inked Figments in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review and all opinions expressed are my own.
About the Author:
As a child, Linda was often found lying on her bed reading about characters having exciting adventures in places far away. Upon reaching a landmark birthday, she decided to write one of those romances she loved so much. Easier said than done. Perseverance paid out and twelve years later, she received her first call from a publisher and a confession story was published. Now Linda writes heartwarming contemporary and historical stories with a touch of humor, and many have a tie to her previous home of Texas.
Linda enjoys writing from her cabin in the mountains among the cedar and pines with her husband of 34 years and their two much-loved dogs.