Book Review: A Cowboy for Christmas by Katherine Garbera @TulePublishing

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A Cowboy For Christmas (The Scott Brothers of Montana Book 1)

by Katherine Garbera

  • Print Length: 104 pages
  • Publisher: Tule Publishing Group, LLC; 1 edition
  • Publication Date: October 31, 2013

Blurb:

A Cowboy for Christmas
Annie Prudhomme never expected to be back in Marietta, MT and her family is fond of reminding her that she left them and the town behind in search of better things. A humiliating divorce that cost her everything she’d gained has driven her back home and her family isn’t about to welcome her back into the fold. She’s in town to rebuild the old home that she inherited and to move on once again.

Carson Scott never forgot Annie or the way she left. Now that she’s back in town he’s realizing that the old flame still burns hot but he can’t risk his heart the way he did last time now that he has his son to think about it. Being trapped together during a December snowstorm gives them a chance to rekindle their romance but is Annie back for good or is she just looking for a cowboy for Christmas?

My Review

A Cowboy For Christmas (The Scott Brothers of Montana #1/ A Copper Mountain Christmas #1)
By Katherine Garbera.
This story is pretty fast paced. Annie has moved back to Marietta, she never thought she would have to come back to this town. The author did a really good job of building the story and telling why Annie has moved backed. Annie doesn’t think she will be happy in Marietta and really doesn’t want to run into people that she use to know, but she took a job as a waitress to earn some money. I like that this showed she wasn’t above anyone and knew she need to get on with her life.
Carson is the guy she left behind, he of course got on with his life, and got married and had a son. His wife was killed in an accident and he is raising his 6 year old son as a single dad and also running his own ranch. He is surprise to see Annie working at the diner and he wants to know why she is back in town, a place she said she would never come back to.
I like how this story developed, the author explained throughout the story what was going on and kind of why. I did enjoy reading the story of Annie and Carson. I thought the story and characters development was done well for this size of a book. I am glad I got to know more people of this fictional town of Marietta, MT.

 

 

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Copper Mountain Christmas Series

Book 1: A Cowboy for Christmas

Book 2: Home for Christmas 

Book 3: Mistletoe Magic

Book 4: Christmas at Copper Mountain

 

The Scott Brothers Series

Book 1: A Cowboy for Christmas
Book 2: Her Summer Cowboy
Book 3: The Cowboy’s Reluctant Bride
Book 4: Cowboy, It’s Cold Outside 

 

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