world and dreams were lost with a knock at the door. Almost
two years after the loss of her fiancé, Robin has picked up
the pieces and wants to move forward with her life. Robin
wants to have a baby. And she wants to have one with her
deceased fiancé’s brother, David. Now if she can just get
him to agree.
Robin seems to flounder through the initiating steps of her
and David’s highly unusual relationship, David knows exactly
where he wants the relationship to go. But when a family
member steps in with concerns about the budding relationship
it complicates things and sends Robin running and makes
David fight for what he wants…Robin. The hero
and heroine exude heat, the storyline has just enough angst
to keep you on edge and the ending is joyous. All I
Want for Christmas is You is a great read.