About The Lumberjack’s Yuletide Bride
Maddie Collins, first grade teacher at Cobble Creek Elementary, is not a man-hater. Sure, her absent father gave men a bad name, and her mother always warned her that high hopes were dangerous things, but Maddie still hopes to find a man who’ll return the love she has to offer. When lumberjack, Bear Schaefer takes an interest in her, Maddie allows her hopes to soar above the tree tops.
Bear Schaefer, aka poster boy for Big Daddy Mills, has been dying to get back to Cobble Creek. As part owner and operator of an environmentally proactive logging company, he has a list of things vying for his attention. But none are quite so alluring as the lovely Maddie Collins. Date after date their connection grows deeper while the sparks grow hotter. Yet just as things become serious between them, a vengeful woman from Bear’s past threatens to tear them apart. With Maddie’s hopes for love so high, and Bear’s love so deep, a fall would be more devastating than a forest fire.
There’s always room for a great Christmas romance, even after Christmas! I was so glad to finally get to read this fun one by Kimberly Krey.
I loved her characters! Let’s start with Bear. He’s a logger, and he’s also the face of his company, Big Daddy Mills. I loved the way he stands up for himself to the daughter of the other half of his company, Kristen. Wow, I couldn’t stand that girl! Bear’s a sweetie and just right for first grade teacher, Maddie.
I loved Maddie! She’s the cutest with her first grade class. But one thing about Maddie that really impressed me was how she had gone through a hard thing and come back stronger. And more able to help the kids in her class that were going through similar things. She was an amazing character!
The plot of this one is cute too. I loved seeing familiar places in Cobble Creek. And the theme of this one, around the holidays made me happy too! This one is a feel good book that you won’t want to put down!
I was sent an e-copy of The Lumberjack’s Yuletide Bride as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.
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