Review: Season of Joy by Annie Rains

For single father Granger Fields, Christmas is his busiest and most profitable time of the year. But when a fire devastates the Merry Mountain Tree Farm, he fears the season won't be holly or jolly unless he can convince free spirit Joy Benson to care for his two rambunctious daughters. Yet while Granger wants to focus on saving his business, Joy seems determined to shake up his family's Christmas with her festive ideas and merry-making.

Joy is counting down the days until she can open her own art gallery. Babysitting Abby and Willow will help her reach her goal, and when inspiration strikes, Joy convinces Granger that her craft classes can bring even more holiday cheer to the farm. As crowds return and Joy's creative side flourishes, life with Granger and his girls begins to feel like home. But with Christmas coming nearer, can Joy convince Granger to open his heart again? Or will their newfound happiness be as fleeting as the newly fallen snow?
We all know that there is nothing I like better than small-town romance. Add Christmas into the mix and I'm one happy camper. 

I've been loving Sweetwater Springs and all those who live here. I've been waiting for Granger's story and couldn't wait for it. I will admit single dads with young kids is a turn on for me. I just love them. 

Granger is a single dad with two young girls. I love the way he handles them. He's so sweet with his girls and you see how much they love him. I felt sorry for the two little girls through what with their mom leaving when they were young and having nothing to do with them. 

I also really liked Joy. I loved how she is with Granger's daughters. She is very good with them. You won't be able to not feel bad for her when you learn about her relationship with her parents. They aren't as close as it seems Joy needed. 

Both of them have their own issues that seem to be a good reason why they shouldn't be together. I liked how they worked them out and decided to try and be together. They really worked it was them that didn't see it. 

This is a wonderful story that will bring you such great holiday cheer. You will find yourself smiling often as you read it. Season of Joy is the perfect story to read curled up on your couch with the lights of the Christmas tree shining bright. Have any of you read her?





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