19 December 2019

A Child's Gift | Book Review


Will an abandoned child bring them together?

Or tear them apart?

Cowboy Jericho Johnson lives a good life working on the Rebel family’s Texas ranch. All he’s missing is a wonderful woman like Anamarie Wiznowski. But Rico’s troubled past and Ana’s disapproving family conspire against them. When Rico is named guardian to a four-year-old boy, he asks Ana for help. And suddenly, he’s falling faster than Christmas snow…for Ana, sweet little Dusty and life as a family man!

Publisher: Harlequin Heartwarming
Release Date: December 3, 2019



Linda Warren’s A Child’s Gift lives up to the “HEARTWARMING” stamped across its cover. Troubles of the past and familial concerns threaten to keep Jericho Johnson and Anamarie Wiznowski apart, but when Rico becomes the guardian for an adorable four-year-old, Dusty, life begins to fill with hope, love, and second chances.

The story between Rico, Ana, and Dusty unfolds sweetly and I enjoyed it. It makes for a delightful Christmas indulgence, so if you’re in need of a nice holiday read, check out A Child’s Gift.


I received a complimentary copy of this book and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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