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Family Christmas in Riverbend

3.78 of 5 stars 3.78  ·  rating details  ·  41 ratings  ·  4 reviews

A Christmas miracle: from tough daddy?
Edward left Livia because he knew he couldn't give her the family and marriage she wanted. But when he's forced to return home to snowy, sparkling Riverbend, he discovers Livia has moved there, too--with her tiny baby in tow!
Livia had hoped desperately that Edward would remain away until time blurred the memory of his lip
ebook, 192 pages
Published December 1st 2011 by Harlequin Presents (first published January 1st 2011)
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Donna Ritchie
Christmas story

ONE of my favorite Christmas stories. I have read it three times. Please keep writing great Christmas stories.
I have 4Christmas stories I read every year.
Good book, very emotional. Edward had walked away from Livia because he was so weighed down with guilt over two things in his past. He felt that he had nothing to give. When Livia told him the baby was his, he tried to walk away emotionally, but kept getting drawn back. Livia didn't want to open herself back up to Edward, to take a chance on being left again. Seeing these two as they worked their way back to each other was very emotional, but very satisfying in the end.
I loved this book about a wounded hero from a very interesting angle. At first, I couldn't understand why he didn't want a family, but as the story unfolded, I sympathized with him. Definitely a lovely Christmas read although I read it in August. Beautiful ending.
I loved this story. It was a fast read and it held alot of deep emotions. I teared up while he was explaining some of his reasons for acting the way he was acting! Very good read!
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Shirley Jump spends her days writing romance and women’s fiction to feed her shoe addiction and avoid cleaning the toilets. She cleverly finds writing time by feeding her kids junk food, allowing them to dress in the clothes they find on the floor and encouraging the dogs to double as vacuum cleaners.

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