Sweet Cowboy Christmas
A Sweet, Texas Novella
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Mistletoe, holly, and cowboys, oh my! Christmas in Texas has never been sweeter.
Years ago, Chase Morgan traded in his dusty cowboy boots for the shimmering lights of New York City and a fast track up the corporate ladder. But when his shiny life is turned on end just in time for Christmas, Chase knows he needs to reevaluate—even if that means going home to Texas to endure his least favorite holiday.
When Mr. Tall, Dark, and Smoking-Hot walks through her door at the Magic Box Guest Ranch, Faith Walker sees just another handsome, rich exec looking to play cowboy for a week—at her expense. She's sure the grumpy-but-sexy-as-hell Scrooge will put a crimp in her holly jolly plans. Until a sizzling kiss has her seeing him in a new light.
Chase is haunted by secrets, and even though it goes entirely against her "hands off the guests" rule, Faith is tempted to help him leave the past behind. As the magic of the season swirls around them, she is determined to succeed, because now she is certain one sweet cowboy Christmas will never be enough.
From Publishers Weekly
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humor and some serious sizzle, these two have you ping-ponging back and forth
A Holiday novella in Candis Terry’s Sweet, Texas, this was a wonderful and heartwarming story in which a ‘cleaned up cowboy’ returns to his roots to ‘recharge.
At just 100 pages, this story packed plenty of punch: Chase is coming back to Sweet after a health scare: his years in the city have polished off the rough edges. Now he looks, and speaks like a successful east-coast businessman, unable to tell which end of the horse to feed.
At least that is the impression that Faith has when she first sees him. Well, after her appreciation of the stunning specimen on her doorstep. Yes, insta-lust runs strong here – but then, we start to see the magic of Sweet working on these two…
With humor and some serious sizzle, these two have you ping-ponging back and forth between laughing and squirming, the banter is fast-paced and the pheromones are wafting from the first page.
The second “Sweet Texas” novella that I have read (the first was in an anthology) I enjoyed the journey and will come back for more.
I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via Edelweiss for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.