Read for: Advent Reads/ Requested Review/ Netgalley
Synopsis: "A nanny at Christmastime…
Will she find love in this Wyoming Cowboys novel?
Six weeks on a ranch caring for quadruplets—aspiring nurse Ainsley Draper’s prepared for a busy Christmas. When the children’s handsome uncle opens the door, her task gets extra complicated. Marshall Graham is upholding his promise to look after his twin sister, the babies’ mom. But as family loyalty clashes with new love, will the perfect present include a future with Ainsley?"
My Review:. This book had me at the title, Wyoming and Christmas (yes I know it is only September but I am so ready to get the Christmas spirit going). There were certainly some really great things in this book, but also some not so fantastic things. This book gets very religious and gets a little pushy about it too, normally this is a no-go issue for me but I am letting it go because of the holiday season, even I get a little more religious. I also felt like this was part of a series, like maybe we should have known more about the other couples mentioned in the story, but it isn't linked on Goodreads to a series. Now, let's have some good news, I really appreciate the inclusion of PPD in this book, not everyone is happy, thrilled and madly in love with their newborn babies, sometimes it is a bit hormonal but sometimes it is more (and there needs to be more openness about this because there is not enough knowledge out there for general public). I also really liked Ainsley's dedication to her path, it is a struggle to be that strong, but she does it well and still manages to portray hope. This is a good clean romance to curl up with during the holiday season.
My Rating: I struggled with some bits of this book, but other parts of it I really appreciated. If you don't mind religion in your holiday stories, then you might really enjoy this one. I give it a rating of Three Paws.
I received a complimentary copy via Netgalley, the above is my honest review.