Welcome bloggers and blog readers! I am excited to once again participate in a blog tour for Cedar Fort. This time was particularly fun because I am definitely thinking a lot about Christmas and feeling ready for the Christmas season to get started.
This book was an ultra quick read (which is perfect when you want to read a little romance and feel a little boost of Christmas spirit, but you don't have time because, you know... life). The story moved quickly and didn't leave time for the reader to be bored.
This book was clean -- squeaky, blessedly clean. Love it!!! I have read some "clean" romances that aren't exactly clean, but this one definitely was. I am always so grateful for that. I hate having to constantly be on my guard when it comes to the content of books. I hate having to skip paragraphs or pages. I definitely didn't have to be on my guard with this book.
This book told a lovely story... a story about a little girl and her family going through something difficult and traumatic and their community that comes together to make a difference. What a heart-warming and sweet way to remind us of the good we can do when we step outside ourselves and love our neighbor.
Thank you, June and thank you Cedar Fort for letting me be a part of this blog tour. I am grateful to be reminded ahead of time that I should love and serve more, especially at Christmas.
Happy day and [early] happy Christmas!!!