I found Daniel's Dream to be a very sweet story and, reading it, wanted to take Daniel out of the pages and hug him.
This part of their story is just the right length - touching on a couple points and how the men (and Daniel) handle them without being either too short or too long (although for me, it could have easily been thrice as long without being too long).
A nice continuation to the series and I look forward to reading more of Andi Anderson's stories.
Last year, eight-year-old Daniel made a fateful Christmas wish for him and his Uncle Josh to find someone special in their lives and bring them closer together. Daniel knows the day Nick entered his and his Uncle Josh’s lives it was nothing short of a Christmas miracle. Since the two men have been together, Daniel has basked in the love and affection his two favorite adults have given him.
When a school bully makes Daniel question whether the two men are truly committed to each other, he becomes worried the foundation of happiness his Uncle Josh and Nick have worked so hard to build may come crumbling down around them. Young Daniel craves the true stability from both men to officially pledge their lives and devotion together that he believes only a marriage ceremony can give.
All Daniel has ever wanted is to be an official family. Now all he has to do is convince Uncle Josh and Nick to do it, so his biggest dream can come true.