A Wyoming Christmas to Remember (The Wyoming Multiples #6) by Melissa Senate – She couldn’t remember anything… Except her love for him.
Stricken with temporary amnesia, Maddie Wolfe can’t remember a single thing about her life…or her boy-next-door husband, Sawyer. But even with electricity crackling between them, it turns out their fairy tale’s careening toward disaster. When Sawyer’s unexpectedly thrust into caring for his newborn twin nephews, will he finally change his mind about being a dad and give Maddie the family of her dreams—and his?
Publisher: Harlequin Special Edition; Original edition (October 15, 2019)
Genre: Holiday Romance
About the author: (from Goodreads.com) I’m the author of many novels, including my debut, SEE JANE DATE (also available in cute TV movie form to stream); THE LOVE GODDESS’ COOKING SCHOOL; and THE BABY SWITCH. I’ve had two novels published under a secret pen name, but I will happily share if you message me to ask!
I’m now writing romances for Harlequin Special Edition. Brand new: A WYOMING CHRISTMAS TO REMEMBER, the last book in my Wyoming Multiples miniseries. Next up in mid January 2020 is: FOR THE TWINS’ SAKE, which kicks off my new miniseries, Dawson Family Ranch, about six siblings on their Wyoming dude ranch.
I also wrote seven Special Edition novels (in the Hurley’s Homestyle Kitchen series 2016-2017) under the pen name Meg Maxwell. The Hurley’s Homestyle Kitchen series is full of love, romance, sisterhood, relationships, and happy endings, of course.
I’m the proud mother of a terrific 17-year-old son. We (and our dog and cat) live on the coast of Maine.
Hope you’ll visit my website: http://www.melissasenate.com
Review of A Wyoming Christmas to Remember
A Wyoming Christmas to Remember is the sixth book the The Wyoming Multiples series by Melissa Senate. A captivating holiday romance that is sure to sweep you off your feet and warm your heart this holiday season. This was a sweet romance that isn’t overly dramatic but more of a subtle holiday story. Christmas plays more of a backdrop and not the overall theme. The characters are real and intriguing making them easy to relate to. A Wyoming Christmas to Remember is a lovely holiday read. *I received a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.*