Title: His Christmas Miracle
Series: Love in Montana #5
Author: Dani Collins
Release Date: October 27th 2016
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Christmas
Quincy Ryan was just handed custody of a son he didn’t know existed. He knows how to be an architect, not a dad, so he looks to his own father for guidance, but that means moving with Pops to Marietta, Montana. Quincy knows he has to get over his shock and give Atlas the Christmas he deserves, but how? He needs a miracle.
Nicki Darren, failed actress, will take any job as Christmas approaches, even babysitting for a withdrawn, workaholic, single father. She lost her mom as a child, too, and hasn’t had a real Christmas since, so she identifies with four-year-old Atlas.
An advent calendar of activities soon has Nicki pulling Quincy out of the house to get a tree and ice skate with his son. She wants Quincy to open his heart to Atlas, but begins to fall for the Ryan men herself. It makes the countdown to her last day, Christmas Eve, bittersweet. If only the miracle he is looking for included her…
Nicki’s life didn’t turn out the way she had hoped, instead of living her dream she ended up working at a nursing home. She decided to go back home, but to make some money decided to apply for the nanny position on the way home. Quincy recently found out that he’s a father to a 4-year old boy Atlas. Atlas’s mom died in a car accident and Quincy has a full custody of the boy. Due to the changes in his life, he moves in with his father, where he wants to find a nanny to Atlas, because his father is not capable of taking care of him full time. Quincy and Nicki are complete opposites, Quincy is quiet and introverted whereas Nicki is outgoing, bubbly and chatty. Quincy is learning to be a dad and that’s how having Nicki around is doing good for everyone. Nicki is bringing the whole family together and in the process Quincy and she develop feelings as well. Will they have a future together after all?
It was a very sweet story set in a small town. I really liked the author’s writing style and the characters felt very realistic and relatable. It’s definitely a great story to read at Christmas time.