Cowboy Boots for Christmas

Cowboy Boots for Christmas : (Cowboy Not Included)

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Book 1 in the Burnt Boot, Texas Series'Tis the season for... Feasting Frolicking And...Feuding?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... Burnt Boot, Texas Series: Cowboy Boots for Christmas (Book 1) The Trouble with Texas Cowboys (Book 2)Praise for The Cowboy's Christmas Baby: "Featuring a down-home cast of characters that feel more like family than fiction, this story makes for the perfect escape."--RT Book Reviews, 4 stars

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Product details

  • Paperback | 352 pages
  • 106 x 170 x 26mm | 177g
  • Sourcebooks, Inc
  • Naperville, United States
  • English
  • 1402296053
  • 9781402296055
  • 337,402

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"Brown has the touch for creating a Western that many readers would like to be real." - RT Book Reviews

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I've read several of Brown's books in the past and enjoyed this one enormously. I'm still not sure if I cried or laughed the most while reading what has to be Carolyn Brown's crown jewel in her magnificent selection of cowboy romance novels. The main characters, Finn and Callie, were people that I would give my eyeteeth to have as friends and the assortment of secondary characters (and they certainly were characters) could only be found on an episode of Andy Griffin. Toss in a couple dogs, a kitten and a bird that could swear like a sailor and a few kids and this book was bursting with life and hope for the upcoming Christmas season. I've read several new Christmas books recently and have several more to read but doubt any will top the "Christmas story" of love and hope that Brown was woven for us in Cowboy Boots For more
by Lisa Richards