Review: A True Cowboy Christmas






From USA Today bestselling author Caitlin Crews comes A True Cowboy Christmas, the first in a sensational series debut about a cowboy, a farm girl, and the greatest gift of all. . .

Gray Everett has a heart of gold but that doesn’t mean he believes in the magic of Christmas. He’s got plenty else to worry about this holiday season, what with keeping his cattle ranch in the family and out of the hands of hungry real-estate investors looking to make a down-and-dirty deal. That, plus being a parent to his young and motherless daughter, equals a man who will not rest until he achieves his mission. Now, all Gray needs is the help of his lifelong neighbor. . .who happens to have grown into a lovely, spirited woman.

For Abby Douglas, the chance to join forces with Gray is nothing less than a Christmas miracle. Much as the down-to-earth farmer’s daughter has tried to deny it, Abby’s been in love with stern, smoking-hot Gray her whole life. So when Gray proposes a marriage of convenience as a way to combine land—and work together toward a common cause—Abby can’t refuse. But how can she convince Gray that sometimes life offers a man a second chance for a reason. . .and that their growing trust and mutual passion may be leading to true and lasting love?

Rating: 4-stars


A True Cowboy Christmas by Caitlin Crews is a heartbreaking journey to hope and forgiveness. A family well-known has gone through years of hell. Their father/grandpa made their worst memories haunt them, repeatedly. Even now, once buried, the dead man seems to curse them still. It takes the courage and bravery on a young girl/daughter of a rancher and a young woman to show the family what love is.

Caitlin Crews swept me up in this new story.  I could not help but feel sympathy for each of the main characters. Their pain became mine. Sorrow, loss, emptiness seemed to hover over their heads. All until a rancher suddenly decides to make a beautiful woman his wife. From there, a glimpse of hope vibrated throughout the novel. I sat on the edge waiting…dreaming for what might come. This talented writer did not disappoint me. I was in love. Overall, I recommend it to all.

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