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WYOMING CHRISTMAS QUADRUPLETS by Jill Kemerer, Reviewed by Winnie Thomas

What an adorable cover and what an overwhelming situation! Four babies to take care of at one time? The premise of this book drew me in, and the sweet babies, super-organized and efficient nanny, and self-sacrificing and tender hero kept me turning pages to see how they would handle this. 

Jill Kemerer is adept at creating realistic, engaging characters and interesting settings. All of the main characters in this book were hurting, broken people with traumatic pasts that they hadn’t quite gotten over yet. I loved how the author showed healing and how big doses of faith, forgiveness, grace, and mercy can overcome many of life’s problems.

*I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy. All opinions are my own.

BackCover Blurb:

A nanny at Christmastime…
Will she find love in this Wyoming Cowboys novel?

Six weeks on a ranch caring for quadruplets—aspiring nurse Ainsley Draper’s prepared for a busy Christmas. When the children’s handsome uncle opens the door, her task gets extra complicated. Marshall Graham is upholding his promise to look after his twin sister, the babies’ mom. But as family loyalty clashes with new love, will the perfect present include a future with Ainsley?

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