His Frontier Christmas Family by Regina Scott ~ Review

His Frontier Christmas Family (Frontier Bachelors #7) Review:
Lucie's Review:
Levi Wallin left the gold fields, and comes home to Wallin's Landing a preacher. When a friend from his time in the gold fields, Adam Murphy, asks him to care for his family after his death, so Levi goes in search of them determined to do what he can to help.

Callie Murphy grew up in the gold fields making do the best that she could with what she had. She's raising her brothers, and young niece, who she has been entrusted with since Adam's wife died. Levi offers her a partnership, where they can move to Wallin's Landing with him so that her brothers can go to school and he can help watch over them all, and raise them like his brother asked them to do.

Callie feels out of place in Wallin's Landing, overwhelmed by the town's people and their friendliness. She's especially intimidated by Beth, Levi's sister, she wears pretty dresses and talks about the latest fashions. Callie has never had a female friend her age before, so she doesn't quite know how to handle it, but Beth keeps trying to be her friend.

Levi is great with Callie's brothers, he gives them work and responsibilities. He offers to help Callie learn to read ad encourages her to sing more, he wants to help her grow, but doesn't want to force her to change.

I loved revisiting Wallin's Landing, and the antics of Callie's twin brothers, which add humor to the story. Calie really blossoms in Wallin's Landing and I love how Levi and Callie bring out the best in each other. A fantastic book from beginning to end!

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