Single mother Kelly Kennedy can't afford lavish gifts for her four-year-old daughter, Bree. Homeless veteran Tyler Manning doesn't believe he deserves a Merry Christmas.
When Bree asks Santa for a father and picks Tyler, both Tyler and Kelly vow to keep Bree from being hurt while fighting their feelings for each other.
Tyler struggles with frightening flashbacks that scare Kelly. Meanwhile, Kelly's criminal past threatens her chance for happiness. Tyler and Kelly must believe in the power of love to give Bree her best Christmas ever.
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Beautifully heartfelt story that is unforgettable
Yes, I would recommend this audiobook to all of my book loving friends because this is a wildly entertaining story with a very vibrant narrator that will capture all of your senses and puling you into a world full of devastating heartache and breathtaking love.
This is truly a once in a lifetime story that I have yet to find a rival to compare. A special story like this one will live in your heart forever with his wonderful cast of characters and its heart string pulling plot.
Elizabeth Klett really brought Kelly alive to me, and after her I really enjoyed Tyler. Bree's voice was completely adorable! I can't get over how much a narrator can truly breath new life into a story, and this one did that and so much more!
Yes, I wanted to listen to the entire captivating story in one sitting because it is such an intricate and heart-breaking story that it needs that extra bit of careful listening and dedication.
I thoroughly enjoyed this wonderful narrator, and I hope to listen to more audiobooks from her in the future.
The innocence of childhood sprinkles every page.
Yes. A Father for Christmas touches on themes that can break a heart, inspire a soul and make a reader feel good all at once.
The subject matters touch on real life. Everyone has lost hope, at one time or another. Yet the message of optimism is empowering and makes for a read that is as identifiable as it is lovable.
Bree embodies childhood. Innocence, mischief and a trusting hopefulness that makes for nostalgic youthful memories. Elizabeth Klett brings back all the sentiment and humor that made it adorable to rediscover.
Yes. Once your heart becomes involved it's over.
- Isha Coleman