Review: A Little Country Christmas

A Little Country Christmas


From matchmaking carolers to a festive lights competition, four bestselling authors explore the magic of the holidays in these heartwarming small towns.

The Perfect Christmas by Carolyn Brown
Rugged cowboy Landon Griffin can’t help being smitten by single mom Dixie Boudreaux and her baby girl. To help win their hearts, he wants to give them both the perfect holiday at Longhorn Ranch — baking cookies, trimming the tree, building snowmen, and the whole works. But when nothing seems to go right, he might need a Christmas miracle to help him out of the mess.

Joy to the World by Hope Ramsay
Retired music teacher Brenda McMillan has lost her holiday spirit, but reluctantly agrees to fill in for the director of the Magnolia Harbor Christmas Chorale — even though Dr. James Killough, the town’s biggest Christmas enthusiast, is the group’s accompanist. Will he have enough Christmas magic to mend her broken heart?

Home for the Holidays by Rochelle Alers

Pastry chef Iris Nelson is looking forward to spending Christmas on Cavanaugh Island with her best friend’s family. But she wasn’t expecting to celebrate with their very handsome visitor on leave from Afghanistan. Is their attraction just the glow of the season or a gift to enjoy forever?

Cowboy Christmas at Heart by A.J. Pine
For Deputy Sheriff Daniela Garcia, no hometown tradition makes her happier than the Meadow Valley Holiday Light Parade. This year she’s planning for the sheriff’s office to have the most dazzling lights. But when the new mayor — and certified grinch — threatens to cancel the event, Dani will have to show him the true meaning of Christmas.

Rating: 5-stars


This holiday novella collection is the perfect Christmas read. It’s cozy, warm, and inviting. The characters from each of the four stories inside, are charming. I was rooting for them all. Not all of them had it easy. Some are totally against Christmas or never experienced it at all. The character duos that I followed in this collection were down-to-earth and as real as fictional characters can get. Each world of fiction, opened me up to beautiful journeys. My heart exploded with these reads. Something magical happens on every page. It captured my heart and undivided attention. Overall, I would recommend A Little Country Christmas to all contemporary romance and Hallmark movie fans. Perfectly written and stories that melted my heart.

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