Thursday, November 8, 2018

Pat's Quickie Review: All I Want for Christmas is a Cowboy

All Want For Christmas is a Cowboy by Jessica Clare
Publisher: Berkley (November 6, 2018)
Genre: Contemporary Romance


Christmas arrives early when a fateful encounter leads two strangers to unexpected love in this holiday romance from New York Times bestselling author Jessica Clare.

Christmas may be coming, but it's just another day at the ranch as far as Eli Pickett is concerned. Someone has to take care of the herd and that means no holiday vacation for him. But that's just the way he likes it--it’s not like he has a woman to spend time with anyways. Most women don't want the ranch life, or the surly, silent cowboy that comes with it. Fine with him. He'd rather have the quiet of a roaring fire and the company of his dogs.

Cassandra Horn is trying to make it to her parents' winter cabin in Wyoming before the blizzard hits. She desperately needs a vacation from the chaos of Manhattan...and her boss’s boyfriend, who is making her life miserable. But Cass never makes it to the cabin.

A raging snowstorm causes her car to crash, where she's found unconscious by Eli. When Cass wakes, she has no memories of who she is. Eli takes one look at Cass's big blue eyes and dark curls, and like a Christmas miracle, falls head over heels in love. But while the attraction is mutual, can she give her heart to this cowboy if she’s not sure it’s hers to give?



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Pat's Review:



Sweet, funny, and such a romantic holiday story. A die-hard cowboy whose entire life is the ranch he runs, Eli discovers a young woman, Cass, in a car on the top of a mountain in Wyoming. They are in the middle of a blizzard. She is unconscious, covered with bruises, and if he leaves her she will die, so he brings her back to the ranch. It’s  a week before Christmas, the roads are impassable, and all the staff is gone. It’s just him, the animals, and now this beautiful young woman. When she finally wakes, she has no idea who she is, why she was in the car, or where she came from. She quickly learns she can’t cook, among other things, but is trying to soften the big surly grinch who really doesn’t like Christmas. She really gets under his skin and the story warms up considerably.



A great holiday read!



4 STARS! 


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Source: NetGalley eARC

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Thanks for the review, Pat! 



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