For years, Lydia has dreamed of overseas mission work, the way some women dream of getting married. How ironic that she needs a husband to finally make it happen. She's always been practical, however—even if it means a marriage-of-convenience so she can finally do the work she's called to do. Gabe needs a wife at exactly the right time. Plus, he's kind of hot.
After a spectacularly failed marriage, Gabe isn't looking for a wife. He and his nine-year-old daughter are doing just fine on their own. But he's happy to negotiate a practical arrangement with Lydia in order to move into a new and more rewarding job. After all, a marriage like theirs won't end up changing his life very much.
They both have their priorities, and marriage just isn't one of them. But their carefully planned relationship doesn't exactly go as planned...
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Great story full of emotion and realness, tender but never over-dramatic. This series is also amazing because it shows people who happen to be Christians living their lives while being spiritual, but never forces a Christian opinion onto the reader.
A Family for Christmas
Enjoyed how the storyline flowed.
I'm glad this book was short. I find it difficult to discontinue reading a book, but this one made me want to. Unlike another review I read, I thought it was a little over dramatic, but actionless at the same time.