Christmas is a time for miracles…
When American single mom Tuppence Clarke tosses a coin in an historical New Zealand wishing well asking for help for her unhappy son, she doesn’t expect it to come in the form of a sexy Kiwi Santa who rescues the boy when he falls in the river.
Gray Lewis lost his wife two years ago, and the gorgeous community police officer hasn’t looked at another woman since. He’s had far too much on his plate to think about love, including a rebellious daughter who’s now in trouble at school. And then in walks Tuppence with her green eyes and gentle manner, and Gray’s lost.
Falling in love with someone on the opposite side of the world is the last thing Tuppence needs, but Christmas is a time for miracles, and she’s not the only one who’s made a wish at the well…
Tell Me Your Wish by Serenity Woods
Series: Christmas Wishes #6
on December 8, 2020
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I received a complimentary ARC from Author in exchange for an honest review.
TELL ME YOUR WISH by Serenity Woods
Tuppence and Gray’s love story in Tell Me Your Wish by Serenity Woods, book six in her Christmas Wishes series, is an emotional, wonderful, heartwarming, long-distance romance that dragged me in and wouldn’t let go until the last page.
When her son wins a trip to New Zealand, single mom Tuppence Clark believes it was the perfect answer to getting her son, Robbie, away from the school where he was being bullied. It was also a chance for Tuppence to explore her mother’s past, before she emigrated and married an American and connect with her Kiwi relatives.
Taking part in the customs of the town, Tuppence tossed a coin in an historical New Zealand wishing well, wishing for help for her unhappy son. She never expected it to come in the form of a sexy Kiwi Santa rescuing the boy when Robbie falls into the river.
Gray Lewis lost his wife two years ago and this handsome community police officer has not looked at another woman since; having way too much on his plate to think about love. Raising his daughter and son, alone, he has no clue how to deal with his rebellious daughter, who had just gotten into trouble at school. Then he meets Tuppence, with her green eyes and gentle manner, and Gray is lost; finally feeling attracted to another woman.
The attraction between Tuppence and Gray was magnetic and the electricity arcing between them is filled with sizzle. Falling in love with someone living on the other side of the world is the last thing Tuppence or Gray needs, but it is Christmas time, which is a time for miracles. Besides, Tuppence wasn’t the only one who made a wish at the well.
I enjoyed spending time with Gray and Tuppence and their children. Gray’s son made instant friends with Robbie, helping him become more confident and comfortable. Meeting relatives Tuppence had only heard about gave her a family connection lacking in her life. Learning that her controlling father, who she could never please, might not be her father was a well needed revelation that explained so much to Tuppence.
Ms. Woods wrote a wonderful, emotional and heartwarming story that should not be missed. She provided a tale rich with sizzling chemistry, fun dialogue, the magic of love, and endearing characters giving Tuppence and Gray a chance at love, happiness, and a future neither expected. I highly recommend Tell Me Your Wish to other readers.
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Reviewer: Eileen is a retired high school teacher who has loved reading all of her life and goes everywhere with a book. She enjoys reading Contemporary Romance, Historical Romance, Romantic Comedy, Romantic Suspense, Women’s Literature, YA, NA, Fiction, Historical Fiction, and Cozy Mysteries. She likes strong heroines, hot heroes and a story that draws her in, not letting go until the last page is turned. She lives in Minnesota with her husband, pup, and near her four adult children.