From Bachelor to Father
Firefighter Liam McGregory is used to staring down fivealarm fires—but becoming a father to his two little nieces has him sending out a call for help.
When the girls return a lost pup to its beautiful owner, Liam thinks widow Sarah Blackburn is just the person he needs—or who the children need.
He's promised to never marry again. ' Sarah takes his deal: she'll watch his kids and he'll watch her menagerie of pets—but the new father is off-limits.
But two determined little matchmakers can be hard to resist when they need a mom to make one big happy family…
Inspirational, heartwarming, and clean story about a hero uncle, who does everything he can, to take care of 'his girls', and in the process falls in love with the neighbour lady.
Liam has a heart of gold, he always seems to be thinking the others first, he wants only the best for the girls, for his aunt, neighbours, friends, and coworkers.
The road to be an instant dad isn't easy. The girls, as well as Liam, are all mourning of a loss of a dad and a brother. New life, new routines, new town and workplace for Liam, everything changed in one instant. Thankfully, he has a great network, where he can get advice and support when needed.
Sarah is still dealing with the loss of her husband and unborn daughter some years back, when her grandmothers increased need for help brings her back to her hometown. Soon she is fully integrated into the life of Liam and his girls, while fast falling for the whole family, and wanting to be part of the little family.
There's a great message of how God will provide, and take care of us, at the moment of need, if we trust Him to do so. Also He sends the correct people to be there for us, when we need them. I enjoy these Love Inspired novels, as they often are filled with such great comfort and guidance in faith.
A heartfelt, charming, and loving tale, with cute kids, pets that make a difference, friends and family that like to meddle, and romance that makes you smile
~ Four Spoons
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