Widowed Celia Anderson runs a boarding house to support herself and her infant daughter. She doubts she'll ever marry again, but life in Wyoming Territory in 1882 proves difficult even for the hardy. Two of the men who eat at her table each day think she'd make a fine wife, but they don't offer her love. Should she consent to provide a father for baby Emma?
Mark Williams, a roving carpenter, comes to town seeking his absentee father whom he hasn't seen since he was very young. He takes a room at Celia's and begins helping out in small ways, making her life a bit easier. Their friendship grows, but Mark doesn't plan to settle there. What does the future hold? Can Mark forgive his father for deserting them? Can Celia's heart heal from the death of her husband? Will the two find true love?
A sweet story perfect for this time of year. It would appeal to those who enjoy Westerns, romance, suspense, and realistic drama. Interesting twists add richness. Don't miss the miracle of Christmas Roses.
Perfect read for holidays! Miracles indeed.. This book is a perfect example of involved God, He shows miracles through our health, love life, spiritual life, parents and children relationship.. He even finds men who give roses for Christmas in Wyoming... Our God is a miracoluos God, he really cares.. And amanda Cabot ilustrated it perfectly in this book..