Thursday, December 7, 2017

Pat's Review: The Cowboy's Special Christmas

The Cowboy's Special Christmas by Barbara McMahon
Publisher: Barbara McMahon (December 7, 2017)
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Starting over–
Left at the altar, veterinarian Jennifer moves a thousand miles away from the reminders of the man she thought to marry. She’ll focus on her new practice, make friends and forget about getting involved again any time soon.

Moving on–
After cowboy Cole Martin discovers the woman he loved has been going out with other men, he cuts all ties despite her attempts to rekindle their romance. Once burned, twice shy.

Starting something new–
When Cole and Jennifer meet, it’s like at first sight. But can this relationship forge ahead with all the heartache lingering from the past.

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Pat's Review:

If you're looking for a sweet, romantic story centered around the religious meaning of the holiday, this story will warm your heart.

Cole Martin is having his first Thanksgiving alone. His parents are on a well-deserved cruise, and the ranch hands all took the time to visit family. He was in charge for a few days by himself, with a storm coming, so he decided to stop at a grocery store to see what he could cook up for himself.

Jennifer Carleton was very new in town, after buying the local veterinarian practice. Her family lives in San Antonio, but this year, for various reasons, she is not going home for the holidays. Cole and Jennifer meet in the freezer section of the store, both contemplating frozen dinners. Jennifer has a coupon for two for one and offers to share. The sparkling cider is also two for one, so they decided to make it a dinner for two. Their dinner is fun, they laughed and talked and watched football. Both Jennifer and Cole are getting over broken hearts, so to have a friend for the holidays means a lot.

Jennifer enjoys spending time with Cole, and is happy to play along as a romantic interest to make his ex believe he’s over her. But soon they both realize they want more than play acting. The festivities before Christmas in this small town have been going on for a very long time and Jennifer is happy to be a part of it, especially with Cole.

A sweet contemporary love story for the holidays.

3 1/2 STARS! 

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Pat received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher.

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Thanks for the review, Pat! 

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