Christmas Showdown (Burstyn Blue series, Book 1) - Mackenzie McKade This was a decent story. I didn't love it, I didn't hate it. It was sweet, and maybe a little steamy.

Trey and Kelly met two years before while Trey was attending a convention in Denver. They had a passionate night of sex, and when it was over, Kelly gave Trey her number, but he never called. (He lost the number.) When she found out she was pregnant, she tried to get the convention hotel to give her more information (she didn't know his last name), they cited privacy concerns. So Kelly did the best she could to have and raise their child.

Two years later, Kelly has moved to Arizona and is head teller at a bank when it's robbed. One of the police officers who comes to the scene happens to be Trey, which gives Trey a nice opportunity at a second chance. But Kelly is so frightened that Trey is going to find her an unfit mom (she does the best she can, but they don't live like royalty) and try to take TJ. And once Trey meets TJ, does the math, and based on appearance alone knows TJ is his son, he's really not going anywhere. Kelly can't believe Trey would want both of them in the deal.
But he does. And pretty much immediately asks Kelly and TJ to move in with him. Which, of course, she's distrustful of.

But it all works out in the end with a few bumps in the road. It was sweet, it just wasn't great. I kept waiting for "the big conflict", but what conflict there was wasn't difficult to overcome.

Note: Author and/or her editor could use a lesson in then/than usage. Among other things.