- Sourcebooks Cassablanca
- Release Date
- October 2011
Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy, Western Romance
Born and raised in a traveling carnival, all Liz Hanson ever wanted for Christmas was a home that didn't have wheels. After she was old enough to date she added one more item: a sexy cowboy.
She's about given up on Santa ever bringing either one when her father dies and leaves her an ugly house and twenty acres in Texas. Then rancher Raylen O'Donnell walks onto her property...
Nov 09, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
165 people found the following review helpful
Yee haw and Mer-ry Christ-mas,ya'll! This is one awesome novel! Carolyn Brown is superbly talented and I am so happy to have had the chance to read this fun loving, humorous, and passionate novel. I love a good cowboy story!
In DARN GOOD COWBOY CHRISTMAS, Ms. Brown takes us on a whirlwind ride alongside a travelin' carnie's life. Liz wanted nothing more than to leave the carnival life, settle down into a home with no moving wheels, and marry herself a hot, hunky cowboy. But she didn't want just any cowboy. She wanted the cowboy from her childhood...the one she met when she was just a little girl....her Uncle Haskell's neighbor, Raylen.
Raylen. Whewee! That is one FINE cowboy. Well, if he was real, Liz would have one heck of a cowgirl fight on her hands. Raylen was such a wonderful character. He wanted to be with Liz and only wanted her to dance her gypsy belly dancing for him and him alone. His concern was that she would be too carnie to want to settle down for ranch life, and his issue was proving to her that Santa Claus was going to make her dreams come true.
These two adorable characters were hot and heavy for each other, no matter where they were, and the passionate sparks rolled off every page. Complete with a fantastic cast of secondary characters (some of which I will be going back and reading their stories, because let me tell you now, Carolyn Brown creates some handsomefied, hunkified, HOT cowboys!), this is a fun, enjoyable four-star-Christmas-to-remember novel. Great job, Ms. Brown!
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