A SPECIAL KIND OF FAMILY
Rating: 5 Cups
This is turning out to be the worst holiday in history for Dr. Erin Carmody, or is it? Granted she has ticked off everyone in her extended family, and nearly gotten herself killed in a car crash, but what she has found makes everything pale in comparison.
There is only so much one man can possibly do in a day’s time, but Dr. Dominic Spencer manages to surpass that on a regular basis. He juggles his career and his life around fostering boys in desperate need, but the one thing he has never been able to give is his heart.
As the only doc for miles around, and having two boys running rampant, Dom is quite accustomed to untimely interruptions, but someone pounding on the door in the middle of the night on Easter weekend is never a good thing. Erin staggers to Dom’s home nearly fainting from exhaustion and pain, but when he takes her and her dog in, she knows instinctively that they are safe. Dom fixes up Erin and her dog as best he can, but in the mean time he has the distinct impression that she is healing him as well. Erin feels like her world has completely shifted beneath her, and in a very good way, but convincing Dom that he needs her will take strength she is not sure she possesses.
From beginning to end this book is endearing, honest, and wonderfully romantic. I love the fact that it is Dom in the parenting role, and how he is completely devoted to caring for these boys, no matter the cost. And there is no denying how much Erin falls for these special men, and how she throws herself right into the fray without a second thought. There is such an open, heart warming essence to this story that is a great pleasure to recommend it to readers.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More