Monday, January 31, 2011

Montana, Mistletoe, Marriage

By Patricia Thayer and Donna Alward

From the back of the book:

"Snowbound Cowboy: Lone wolf Boone Gifford has spent years standing on the outside. Now he’s looking at Christmas—through the window of beautiful Amelia’s home. The snow falls hard—the stranded family needs help. It’s time for the cowboy to step inside.

A Bride for Rocking H Ranch: Kelley is a rancher, housekeeper, doting sister to Amelia, granddaughter and aunt—and the stress of preparing the perfect Christmas at Rocking H ranch is getting to her. But distraction soon arrives in the form of delectable chef Mack Dennison."

I actually sat down and read this book in one sitting. It’s absolutely charming. Here are two sisters who, for entirely different reasons, have accepted spending the rest of their lives alone. They have totally made up their minds to run the family ranch and not think about having men in their futures.

However, the best laid plans aren’t always what come to fruition as they both find men who have similar issues and who are drawn to them. Against their better judgment, they give in and are able to find happiness.

This was a truly fun holiday read and one I’ll definitely add to my shelf of Christmas books I’ve been collecting the past couple years.


Suko said...

This does sound like a charming book. :)

Irene said...

Sounds like a nice read. Thanks.