The Greatest Gift

The Greatest Gift Welcome back to Carol Falls Vermont with this fifth book from the Frost Family Christmas Frost Family Friends series Heather Connolly has done some questionable things in the past But it was all to

  • Title: The Greatest Gift
  • Author: Roxy Boroughs
  • ISBN: B017DT8RKU
  • Page: 323
  • Format: ebook
  • Welcome back to Carol Falls, Vermont, with this fifth book from the Frost Family Christmas Frost Family Friends series.Heather Connolly has done some questionable things in the past But it was all to regain custody of her six year old daughter, Charlotte Finally together, Heather is now planning the perfect Christmas for her little girl.Until police officers show uWelcome back to Carol Falls, Vermont, with this fifth book from the Frost Family Christmas Frost Family Friends series.Heather Connolly has done some questionable things in the past But it was all to regain custody of her six year old daughter, Charlotte Finally together, Heather is now planning the perfect Christmas for her little girl.Until police officers show up at the door and arrest Heather for robbery and arson.Only one man can help prove her innocence It s Zack Jones, a volunteer firefighterd the man she ran out on after their first and only night together.Can he give her The Greatest Gift this Christmas, and once again unite Heather with her daughter Or will Heather s past keep her from Charlotte forever This story is a stand alone sweet romance cozy mystery Series readers will enjoy catching up with town news and the latest happenings of the Frost Familycluding a wedding.Other books in the series Book 1 What Child Is This by C.J CarmichaelBook 2 Home For Christmas by Roxy BoroughsBook 3 The Holly The Ivy by B.C DeeksBook 4 More Than A Feeling by C.J CarmichaelBook 5 The Greatest Gift by Roxy Boroughs

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    1. WOW!!! I first want to say thank you to Roxy Boroughs for writing this story the way you did. Your book did something for me that has not happened in a while. Made me cry! Stop this is a good thing, first they were happy tears. Ms. Boroughs brought me so far into the story with her HEA, that it brought me to tears. Which is what I absolutely love for a book to do. The proverbial emotional roller coaster. I love a great, yes GREAT HEA Christmas story! The characters in this book are so lovable. T [...]

    2. Reading a Frost Family & Friends book is like returning to Carol Falls for a visit with old friends and to make new ones. After her marriage ended, single mother Heather Connolly spent the night with Zack Jones. She took off early the next morning leaving Zack to wake up alone. He hasn't seen her since. Now, Heather is being accused of setting a fire at her former place of employment, Billy Boy's Bar, to cover up a theft. As much as Heather says she didn't do it, the people in Carol Falls do [...]

    3. I really liked this story. I have read the other books in the Frost Family series, but this one could be read as a stand-alone as well.Heather was such a likable character. I was so worried for her through the entire story, after she was accused of arson and burglery. She was trying so hard to be a good mother to Lottie after getting out of a very abusive marriage. It just seemed like everyone was out to get her. Zach was a great character as well. He definitely has quite the hero complex going [...]

    4. This review is also posted on Pretty Sassy Cool.We've got a great excerpt of The Greatest Gift over on Pretty Sassy Cool today, along with a giveaway. --For more reviews and bookish talk, visit our blog at Pretty Sassy Cool.

    5. This was a sweet story that touched on some heavier topics in a way that wasn't off-putting. Plus there was mystery too! I thought that the book was written well, and I enjoyed the characters as well. It was pretty nerve wracking at times- I knew that Heather could not be the thief/arsonist- she just couldn't be. But every time more evidence came out implicating her I kept wondering what was going to happen and who was responsible for making it look like she was the culprit. The story flowed wel [...]

    6. Just okayEnjoyable but not outstanding. The story was okay but only to be read once. Characters were believable. Not many editing problems so the story flowed. Clean book which automatically gives it a 5.

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