Wednesday, February 1, 2017

A Mom For Christmas by Marteeka Karland

Title: A Mom for Christmas
Author: Marteeka Karland
Publisher: Marteeka Karland, LLC
Genre and Pairing: Contemporary and M/F
Page Count: 70 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Sebastian Taylor isn’t looking for a mother for his girls, but playing the role of both parents isn’t something he ever thought he’d have to do. Unfortunately, his wife left him no choice, disappearing before serving him with divorce papers last year on Christmas Day.

He’s known Sadira Duncan since she first started teaching at the school. Coaching the cheerleading squad and gymnastics team put her directly in the path of his girls, setting her up become the mother figure they’d lost even before Dedra Taylor had skipped town.

Now, Sebastian aches for the beautiful, dark-skinned woman he’s tried so hard not to notice. She’s everything he’s ever wanted in a wife, and his daughters love and respect her. Not only that, but she tempts him more than any woman ever has. But when his ex-wife returns, will his life come crashing down once again? Will his daughters have a second Christmas ruined? Or will they get A Mother for Christmas?

This heartwarming contemporary romance will make you believe again in the magic of Christmas. For fans of contemporary romance, interracial romance, and erotic romance.





Review
This is a heartwarming story from Marteeka Karland. While Sebastian isn’t looking for an additional female in his life with Sadira he daughters just may get A Mom for Christmas.
Sadira’s heart broke when three little girls lose their mother through their mother’s own selfishness. Her compassionate nature couldn’t allow her to let those girls believe they are unworthy. She never intended to give her heart not only to them but also to their father. Sebastian only wants what is best for his daughters. His ability trust women is battered but Sadira has managed to sneak her way past any barriers. I love just how sweet Ms. Karland’s Christmas tale is. Sebastian and his daughters lost faith at Christmas time and regained it, also at Christmas. Ms. Karland story is well written and while short did not leave you feeling shortchanged. I thoroughly enjoyed the fact that Sadira in no way used a relationship with the girls to land their father. It was obvious from page one that she saw them as individuals. The relationship with Sebastian was separate from theirs which made it all the more fulfilling. This was a wonderful feel good story well worth your time and money.
                                          Five Shooting Stars

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