Celebrate National Children’s Day with Some of Our Favorite Little Ones
Sunday is National Children’s Day, and we are celebrating with a few of the amazing children from our books. Across all genres, our children are sweet and absolutely adorable. If you’re looking for some great reads featuring tiny heroes, here are 5 books you definitely need to pick up.
Guarding the Babies by Sandra Robbins
Holly was recently name guardian of her late sister’s twins, only to discover that someone is trying to steal them away. After rescuing them from an attempted kidnapping, Holly comes face to face with her ex, Deputy Sheriff Cole Jackson. Cole feels obligated to protect Holly and her niece and nephew, but professional boundaries begin to blur as their enemy shifts into stark focus.
A Family for Easter by Lee Tobin McClain
When single mom Fiona Farmingham rents her carriage house to widowed Eduardo Delgado, it’s purely in friendship, and Fiona hides her attraction to the humble landscaper. Between them they have six children, two dogs—and a world of differences. But with half a dozen little matchmakers involved, can they find the courage to reach for happiness once more?
Her Wickham Falls SEAL by Rochelle Alers
Aiden Gibson may seem like the ideal guy, but Taryn Robinson is living in his house and homeschooling his children, which makes Aiden completely off-limits. Taryn knows she and the strong, sexy SEAL can only be friends. Or could she, Aiden and the girls be a perfect family in the making?
The Bull Rider’s Baby Bombshell by Amanda Renee
Hollywood event planner Jade Scott can handle a crisis. But when her sister disappears, leaving Jade to care for her infant triplet daughters, Jade needs help. Specifically, from Wes Slade, the sexy and not-so-anonymous sperm donor, who also made her teen years miserable. Wes was never supposed to be part of this family. At least he and Jade have another thing in common: busy lives outside of Saddle Ridge, Montana. As they look after the triplets, Wes discovers they may have more in common than he ever expected!
His New Amish Family by Patricia Davids
Widow Clara Fisher’s late uncle promised his farm to her—but she can’t find the documents to prove it! Desperate to stop her Englisch cousin from selling it, she seeks the help of auctioneer Paul Bowman. Paul’s always been a wandering spirit, but will sweet, stubborn Clara and her children suddenly fill his empty life with family and love?
Do you have a favorite read featuring child characters? Head on down to the comments and let us know!