Friday, October 17, 2014
Rocky Mountain Miracle by Christine Feehan
No Christmas will ever be the same after Cole and Maia meet on a snowy western ranch… Find out why in #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan’s romantic holiday e-novella!
When Cole Steele, a womanizer rumored to have killed his father, meets Maia Armstrong, a veterinarian rumored to practice magic, the sizzling romance could melt all the snow on his Wyoming ranch. And when an injured horse brings them together, Cole can’t help but believe that Maia casts spells on animals—and men. What else could explain the burning passion he feels for her and the thawing of his heart just in time for Christmas?
Publisher: Pocket Star (November 17, 2014)
Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
My review: Rocky Mountain Miracle by Christine Feehan
This novella was first out in 2004 Shadows of Christmas Past I believe. It still holds up. For a Christmas book it deals a lot of abuse that has left scars physically and mentally. From their father so that Cole hates Christmas so does his brother. Their is a few sex scenes. It would be hard to get over the abuse.
Someone murdered Cole Steele and Jase's father. Rumors are flying around that Cole or Jase did it. That Cole wants to murder Jase and take his share of the money. They each received 32 million dollars plus the ranch together. Cole does not talk about his past.
Maia Armstrong is a veterinarian who can talk to animals. She has a mobile clinic that she goes from place to place covering for other vets. She keeps hidden her talents.
While out at the ranch they are snow in. Their is someone who hurt the horse making Jase and Cole not trust each other fully. While I like Christine Feehan's book If your looking for a cheery romance with a Christmas background this is not the book. It does have a touch of paranormal in that Maia can see the memories of animals and they come to her. It does have some plot twists I liked.
The suspense was good. All the abuse was hard to imagine. I do like the characters.
I will read more from Christine Feehan in the future. I just wish their would be away to edit to a pg rating.
I was given this ebook to read from Net Galley and Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books and Pocket Star. In return I agreed to give Rocky Mountain Miracle a honest review.