Jackson Cooper has changed his ways and is living a quiet life these
days. That all changes when his neighbor, Madeline Patton, shows up one
morning on his doorstep with Jade Baker. Jade claims Jackson is her
father and though he knows it can't be true, he's not going to turn the
kid out in the cold. He talks Madeline in letting Jade stay at her house
until they can find her mother. Madeline understands having a messed up
childhood and has sympathy for Jade but she also needs to be careful to
guard her heart against the very charming Jackson Cooper. She knows his
charm has the power to hurt her. Can two very guarded people and one
energetic teenager open their hearts to receive the greatest Christmas
What a wonderful start to the Cooper Creek Series!
This is Jackson Cooper's story and let me tell you, what a charmer he
is!!! I loved the way he handled the whole situation with Madeline and
Jade. He was funny and sweet with the kind of strength that makes a girl
feel protected. Madeline was someone who was strong but her strength
was a shield against hurt. I loved watching these two trying to work
together for the sake of Jade without involving their hearts! I laughed,
I cringed and I sighed. I have to say, I absolutely loved the ending!
Now, I'm anxious to get back to Dawson!
Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages Publisher: Love Inspired (November 15, 2011) ISBN-10: 0373877129 ISBN-13: 978-0373877126
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