Luke: A Scrooged Christmas Published by Self-published on December 4th 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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A short but sweet tale of Insta-love and faith.
If Luke Knight could change anything about his life, it would be the day his nephew died. Filled with guilt, Luke lived a lonely existence. Until the day an angel crashed into his truck... and struck his heart.
Anna Stubbs knew one thing without question: God has a reason for everything. Her optimism and faith shine from within, and no matter how hard Luke tries, he can’t ignore it.
When life throws an unexpected curveball, both Luke and Anna will need to reach deep inside themselves this holiday season, and learn to have faith that God is in control and duck slippers truly are a man’s undoing.
Rated R for language and sexual content.
Luke: A Scrooged Christmas, is a sweet, lovely holiday romance I gobbled in one sitting.
Luke has been struggling with the holiday season since he lost his little nephew. The guilt he carries led him to push everyone away. That is until Anna, the image of an angel crashes, literally, into his truck.
Anna is coming back home after getting her degree. It’ll be the first time without any of her parents there, and the prospect of spending the holidays alone is not a happy one.
Fate has other ideas, though, as Anna and Luke keep crossing path every time they turn around. Their attraction is undeniable, but a couple of things will stand in their way.
I really enjoyed both Luke and Anna, although as this was a short story we didn’t get to know a lot about them. Anna was sweet, caring and considerate. Luke was bossy, honorable and he loved deeply. I loved how Anna’s faith helped Luke overcome his issues, though I felt it worked a little too fast.
Luke: A Scrooged Christmas, is short as it is sweet. An insta-love romance with an alpha handyman hunk, a strong and loving heroine and enough Christmas Miracles to go around. I just wished it was longer!
Rating: 3.5+ “Duck slippers are the way to go” Stars
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