Saturday, December 26, 2015

The Rancher's Christmas Proposal by Sherri Shackelford (Prairie Courtships)


Mother for His Children

Single father Shane McCoy has his hands full trying to run a ranch while raising two-year-old twins. His children clearly need a mother's guiding hand. An encounter with a lovely stranger on a train platform offers an unconventional answer to his predicament when she suggests a marriage of convenience.

Tessa Spencer needs a fresh start far from her con man father's schemes. His latest scrape has made her the target of a vengeful outlaw. Shane's isolated ranch provides refuge, and his children easily win Tessa's affections. But as her checkered past resurfaces, only honesty and trust will make this family Christmas the first of many…
  • Series: Prairie Courtships
  • Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Love Inspired (November 3, 2015)

My review:  The Rancher's Christmas Proposal by Sherri Shackelford (Prairie Courtships)


I enjoyed this book.  It drew me into the story right from the starts.  The twins were cute. I like the characters and would love to see some more of them. Clean western romance.

Tessa Spencer is not your average heroine.  She has helped her con man father in his crimes growing up.  She is talented.  Owen comes up to her with his ball at the train station.

Shane McCoy is rancher father of twins.  He is going to leave his twins with there Aunt because he is cut off from town in winter. When she loses one of the twins right off he realizes what a mistake that would be.

Shane and Tessa end up helping each other.  Tessa ends up proposing marriage and they get married within an hour.
I liked watching their lives on the ranch.

The setting starts out in Wichita, Kansas in 1886  and them moves onto Cimarron Springs. In winter.

I like the secondary characters that are on the ranch and that live in Cimarron springs.  They are good and brave.

I would like to read more from Sherri Shackelford in the future.

I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley and Harlequin.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of The Rancher's Christmas Proposal.

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