A FAMILY, AT LAST
A FAMILY, AT LAST (4.5) by Susan Crosby: Christmas lost its magic three years ago for Karyn Lambert when her twin brother died in Afghanistan. Now there’s news he may have fathered a daughter, which could give her a chance to celebrate this holiday with her (maybe) niece. Lawyer/rancher Vaughn Ryder just learned that the man who was most likely his daughter Cassidy’s biological father is dead — but her aunt is very alive and very alluring, which troubles him. Crosby’s page-turning, sweet holiday romance is set amid breathtaking open rangeland. It’s a unique plot with a tragic twist all too common today. Her couple is a perfect fit, with playful and sensual love-play.