The Christmas Hummingbird (Miramar Bay #7) by Davis Bunn | Christmas Book Review

The Christmas Hummingbird by Davis Bunn

Miramar Bay #7
Davis Bunn
Contemporary Romance / Christmas

Ryan Eames is a policewoman and single mother dedicated most of all to her lonely, uniquely gifted son. Stretched thin by double shifts and grappling with an out-of-season coastal wildfire, Christmas cheer feels as far away as a distant carol on a winter night. Until duty draws her into the life of a stranger.

Ethan Lange is alive because Ryan reached his canyon home before the blaze. Christmas is only days away, and Ethan has lost everything. A man reckoning with a painful past, it’s not the first time he’s been forced to start over. At least now it’s in the redeeming embrace of Miramar Bay.

Forging an animal rescue operation, Ryan and Ethan first unite by their cause and the rally of a close-knit community. But it’s Ryan’s extraordinary child who draws them into something deeper and surprising. Something to be thankful for. Now with every beat of their hearts, Christmas in Miramar Bay looks to be a season of love, healing, and sweet mercies that will be remembered for a lifetime.

My Thoughts

It has been awhile since I have read a book by Davis Bunn and I had forgotten just how much I enjoy his writing style. As with many of Bunn's novels, The Christmas Hummingbird is very character driven.

The story revolves around three interesting people that each have their past hurts. They are drawn together through a tragedy that encompasses the entire community. As the story unfolds you get a glimpse into events of the past that have left each of the three leery of trusting others.

I absolutely adored this book. It is considered a romance but it is so much more. It's also about a community that comes together to defeat a common enemy while they care for each other. It is a novella so it's a quick read but it's captivating in the short span of time that the pages encompass.

One other fun little thing that I didn't realize until I had finished the book was that it is considered to be part of the Miramar Bay series. I've not read any other books in that series but I can guarantee that I will be going back and catching up on all the events of this interesting community.

Whether you read the whole series or just this lovely Christmas novella, I am positive that you will fall in love with each of the characters the same way that I have.


I received a copy of this book to facilitate my review.

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