AN UNEXPECTED GIFT
As the single mom of triplets, Megan Rivers has no time to spare, especially for her playboy neighbor, Will Trent—she's been burned by his kind before.
But when the flirty firefighter pleads for her help with an adorable baby boy suddenly left in his care, Megan can't say no…for the baby's sake, of course.
After his fiancée ditched him, Will had been enjoying the single life. Now he's taking the kids to see Santa and picking out Christmas trees with Megan, and he realizes he likes being a family man.
Will's ready to give love another chance, but can he convince Megan to do the same?
The Christmas Triplets is a fun, flirty, sexy and adorable tale with just enough drama and turmoil to give it depth and real life feel, if not the four children tumbling around didn't do it.
I loved both Megan and Will, the ease of their relationship, the steaming attraction, and lust filled thoughts, and most of all the tenderness and care they demonstrate as the feelings get deeper and more serious.
The kids, all of them, were show-stealers with solid personalities and temperaments. The different family outings, Christmas events, and a wedding fill the life of the cast through December, presenting a picture perfect moments of Christmas even though without snow.
The heartfelt goodness of Will's nature when he takes the responsibility of his friend's baby when in need won me over. His attention and care of the triplets confirmed my first instincts of him and his complete fumble into love made him even more delightful. And in no way was Megan any less lovable than Will with her big forgiving heart, supporting actions, and setting the girls happiness above her own comfort and needs.
This was just what I needed, a story filled with all the goodness, light, and loving that is in the world. The caring friends, the loving families, the meddling yet helpful small-town people topped with dreamy, sexy, and precious romance that made me swoon and smile.
~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
Tanya Michaels is an award-winning author of more than thirty romance and women's fiction novels, as well as numerous short stories and nonfiction essays. She is a four-time finalist for the prestigious RITA, awarded annually by Romance Writers of America, and was nominated for RT Book Review’s Career Achievement in Category Romance.
When she's not speaking at reader events and writer conferences, she's at home in Georgia with her husband of fifteen years and their two highly imaginative children. For a glimpse into Tanya's chaotic daily life, as well as updates on her current books and TV show addictions, follow Tanya on Twitter.