Tuesday, December 20, 2016
BOOK REVIEW- COLORADO COWBOY CHRISTMAS
This Holiday season author, Jill Haymaker, brings you home to the small Colorado mountain town of Peakview, Colorado, where everyone has the chance of love.
Cynthia Welch has made a name for herself as one of Chicago’s top divorce attorneys at the expense of her personal life. Burnt out, she heads to Peaktop Guest Ranch for a couple of months of solitude over the holidays.
AJ Coulter, a cowboy from Wyoming, has been a loner and a drifter ever since his divorce and his teenage daughters leaving for college. He finds a temporary job at Peaktop Ranch as the head wrangler.
When their paths cross, Cynthia begins to question her life in Chicago, and AJ struggles to find a way to keep her in Colorado.
Can the spirit of Christmas bring these two people from very different worlds together and help them find their way to true love? AMAZON 3 STARS
I liked the story in a low-key kind of way. It was sweet, charming and without detailed sex scenes.
It had a good Christmas, family feel to it. It felt as though as Cynthia started to unwind and just relax so did the reader. I wouldn't say it was a real deep book but it did have good main characters who you could care about. I just wondered how in the world the two of them could have any future with their so different lifestyles. If you are looking for surprises, I don't think that there were that many. It does have a friendly town and friendly people and it does end with a HEA