Celebrate Do Something Nice Day With 5 Helpful Characters
October 5 is National Do Something Nice Day, and we are celebrating with five books featuring heroes and heroines who dedicate their time and efforts to making the world a better place for their loved ones and their community. Whether it’s helping those in need or saving a family from danger, these books feature good samaritans finding the love they deserve.
Love Unleashed by Lori Foster
Who can argue with puppies and kittens? Not only do Evan and Cinder adopt pets in need of a home, Cinder works as an ER nurse helping humans in need as well. When one patient turns dangerous, Evan opens his home to her so he can look out for her. Will their friendship turn into something more now that these two are living under one roof?
Keeping Her Close by Carol Ross
This bodyguard isn’t just here to protect someone in need—he’s here to teach her to protect herself, and hopefully not fall in love along the way. Kyle Frasier knows he can’t fall for his late friend’s fiancé, but Harper wants more than to just be rescued.
Miss Lottie’s Christmas Protector by Sophia James
This story features two good samaritans in one book! Miss Lottie Fairclough works for her family’s charity helping destitute women rebuild their lives. However, it is when she needs rescuing that she begins to get to know Mr. Jasper King. As the first book in a new miniseries, you definitely won’t want to miss this historical romance from Sophia James!
Christmas from the Heart by Sheila Roberts
Christmas is an uplifting time, and no one knows this more than Olivia, whose charity is about to dry up when CFO Guy Hightower decides to discontinue his company’s regular donations. Giving up so much of her time to her small town of Pine River, it’s no wonder that this heroine is on this list—and who knows, maybe Guy will find it in his heart to follow her lead. You’ll just have to read the book to find out!
Colton 911: Baby’s Bodyguard by Lisa Childs
Sometimes doing good means taking a big risk. Forrest Colton may be out of the detective game officially, but that doesn’t mean he can’t volunteer to look after those in need. In this case, it’s single mom Rae Lemmon and her baby. Though an injury forced Forrest to retire, he is willing to put his life on the line to save this vulnerable family.