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Mail-Order Christmas Baby The Rancher s Special Delivery The package is addressed to him, but rancher Sterling Blackwell certainly didn t order a baby More scandalous still, he and the town s pretty teacher are named as parents With gossip running wild, only a marriage of convenience can protect little Gracie and their reputations until her real family is found Heather O Connor is content to be the spinster schoolmarm of Valentine, Montana until Gracie s arrival stirs her heart She can t keep the adorable child without Sterling s help, though she promises not to interfere with his life But staying aloof from her handsome husband isn t easy with a tiny matchmaker in tow A mistake brought them together, but love might just make them a family by Christmas

10 thoughts on “Mail-Order Christmas Baby

  1. says:

    I ve read several Christmas novels recently and this one had many aspects I adored First of all a baby and then a historical romance that takes place in the Old West There was also the mystery of where the baby came from I didn t figure that out but did figure out early on who was behind the ranch s frequent accidents I love seeing a marriage of convenience blossom and it was entertaining seeing the interaction of S

  2. says:

    The premise of this book appealed to me, a baby sent in the mail, by train, no return address Hmm where can the author take this I wondered What she did was create a delightful book I was left wondering why someone would send a precious baby girl to an unmarried couple, listing them as the parents Strange It was beyond the realm of comprehension, but given the time period, had a bit of realism.Sterling and Heather were

  3. says:

    Absolutely love the clever premise for this Christmas romance A neat switch on the traditional mail order bride story And little Gracie is as adorable and beguiling as she appears on the cover of this book It isn t long before she has Stirling and Heather wrapped around her baby finger Which is my cue to say there is something soheart stopping attractive about a big ol rancher turning into a marshmallow over the feminine wi

  4. says:

    If you re like me and are creeped out by covers with only a baby or babies or a toddler on them, don t worry there s muchto this book I actually skipped over Mail Order Christmas Baby the first time I was picking a review book that kid cover but then I went back, realised the author was one whose work I really enjoy, and decided to be brave.I am glad I did This is one of themature not in age, but in character behaviour and auth

  5. says:

    Mail Order Christmas Baby was another great read from this author I ve enjoyed several of her previous stories, so I was looking forward to this one The story line was unique instead of a mail order bride someone received a baby in the mailand the birth certificate said the parents were the main characters I found the characters delightful and the romance was sweet I loved how there were a few mysteries in the book and the ending w

  6. says:

    I love it when a book leaves me in good spirits and smiling, and Ms Shackelford manages to do that with her stories each and every time Mail Order Christmas Baby does deal with rather serious issues of family dysfunctions and baby abandonment and it definitely isn t all feel good light fluff, yet it leaves the reader with hope for the better days to come and that message lifted my spirits.Sterling Blackwell and Heather O Connor find th

  7. says:

    There are a couple reasons I adored this book One, I love the author She writes fantastic historical fiction and this one is right up my alley Two, I happen to love the cover Three, the story was fascinating Yes, it s a marriage of convenience story but the way it starts out is so unconventional There was a time in the old west when you could mail CHILDREN to someone That fact just floored me That s how the story begins This cute little ba

  8. says:

    Absolutely love this story by Sherri Shackelford Sterling Blackwell receives a package, only it s nothing he s ordered Who would send a baby through the mail In an envelope with the baby, Sterling and the town s teacher Heather O Connor are named the baby s parents As Sterling and Heather take care of baby Gracie and find out who she belongs to, secrets from the past threaten to destroy the future they have planned The characters made me feel

  9. says:

    The one thing that would have made this story perfect is if the town had fired the minister His actions towards Heather and Sterling, while standing in church, had me pursing my lips and glaring at the words that I had just read It also made me thankful for all of the Rights and Freedoms that I sometimes take for granted Well written historical fiction does thatI really enjoyed the mysteries that started on page one Although, I had a very good ide

  10. says:

    This was such a unique plot I really enjoyed it

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