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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Review: Cowboy Boots for Christmas by Carolyn Brown

'Tis the season for...
All he wants for Christmas is peace and quiet...
After two tours in Afghanistan, retired Army sniper Finn O'Donnell believes his new ranch outside the sleepy little town of Burnt Boot, Texas, is the perfect place for an undisturbed holiday season. But before he can settle in, an old friend shows up looking for protection and a place where nobody knows her name.
But that's going to take a miracle...
Callie Brewster must relocate to protect her young nephew, Martin, and the only person she trusts is her old Army friend, Finn. Burnt Boot seems like the perfect place to be anonymous, but it turns out a small town with big drama is no place to hide...

I have never been disappointed with a book by Carolyn Brown and this one is no exception to the rule. I felt as if Ms. Brown wrote this story just to provide me with an extra special and sexy Christmas gift, I mean seriously who doesn't want a hero like Finn? And I mean I can't decide if I want to be Callie Brewster or be her best friend. She's an amazing woman and the fact that Finn recognizes that makes him all the more worthy in my eyes. I loved that there were feuding families in this story because magical holiday stories need obstacles to overcome. This truly is the ultimate contemporary Christmas read, in fact I believe it deserves to be read all year round. I know that this is one of the books I will reread over and over again because I can't imagine not enjoying it as much the second and third times as I did the first. Thank you Ms. Brown for sharing your amazing talents and leaving me with such a fabulous feeling of warmth and well-being.

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