Wish Upon a Star: Book Review

Wish upon a Star by Tabitha Bouldin

Contemporary Christian Romance

SynopsisB

Bryce Masters had everything he needed…or so he thought. His six-year-old daughter, Anna, would disagree. They were going home, moving back to Jingle Junction where Bryce would take over the local bookstore just in time for Christmas. Losing his wife, Molly, during the birth of their daughter six years ago was tragic, but Bryce has no idea just how much it weighs on young Anna’s heart until she confesses her deepest wish. What Anna wants for Christmas is a mother, but Bryce’s heart is not ready to love again. Only God can give Bryce the desire to make Anna’s wish come true. Only He can heal the hurt and open Bryce’s heart to the power of love. But Bryce will have to be willing to listen. And when the perfect woman reveals a secret that could devastate them all, will Bryce be able to look beyond what was and accept what might be?

My Thoughts

Tabitha has a unique voice, and has written a beautiful and romantic Christmas story. The child’s adorable-ness in her mission brings this heart warming and touching story to life.

I loved the sweetness of the child. It’s also interesting and unique to have a romance novel in a male POV, but i thought it nicely done. I’d have loved a dual POV, to see what our heroine was thinking and feeling.

The small town setting was quite charming and presented some unique characters who will likely return.

If you enjoy small town romances, you’ll enjoy this charming little Christmas story.

Published by Sara Beth Williams

Contemporary Christian Romance author, wife, mother, believer in Christ, freelance publicist,

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