Review: “Thirty-One Days and Legos” by S.A Stovall

TITLE: Thirty-One Days and Legos
AUTHOR: S.A Stovall
SERIES: Ranger Station Haven
PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press
COVER ARTIST: Adrian Nicholas
GENRE: Contemporary Romance
E-BOOK: Yes
PAPERBACK: No
LENGTH: 57 pages
RELEASE DATE: December 11, 2017
PRICE: $3.99 e-book

BLURB:

A Ranger Station Haven Christmas Novella
Park rangers Carter and Owen Williams have decided to expand their family and adopt two brothers—boys they rescued a year before when they tried to escape the foster system and flee to Canada. After completing their parenting classes, Carter, a reserved man who enjoys the simple life, swears he’ll be the best father possible. His patience is tested, however, when one brother adopts a cat out of the snowy Voyageurs National Park and the other brother refuses to talk about what’s bothering him.
Owen wants to make sure their first Christmas together is a special one, and he decides all of December should be a celebration. He has an activity planned for each of the thirty-one days, but none of them seem to go off without a hitch. The cat has fleas, the boys need to attend a court hearing, and Carter is more than a little overwhelmed.
But Carter is 100 percent determined to make his new family work. He just has no idea how….


Carter and Owen are back and ready to start a family with Luke, Edmund (Tiny Tim in Ranger Station Haven #1) and Legos (not the toys).
Carter wants to be a good father, but he’s completely at lost with Edmund and Luke, he tries his best, but with his weird childhood, maybe he hasn’t the best tools.

It was a pleasure to read a sequel with my favourites rangers. Carter and Owen are adorable, and Carter is so funny, this guy cracks me up each time.
It was a short story, but it put a smile on my face, and may have or not, put some tears in my eyes.
It’s a super Christmas book, full of love and hope, and it fits perfectly for the season.

S.A Stovall is really talented, and even in this short story, she gives us a full palette of feelings.
I highly recommend this book, it’s like the chocolate you eat before bed. Sweet, pleasurable with a happy thrill in your belly.

5 OptimuMMs for this lovely misfit family

***The ARC was provided by Dreamspinner Press. My review is an honest opinion of the book ***

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