Sunday, January 3, 2016

Her Mistletoe Cowboy by Marie Ferrarella (Forever Texas)


Second Chance Ranch with First-Rate Cowboy

Kimberly Lee isn't sure what she'll find when she comes to Forever, Texas, to do a story on a groundbreaking program that could put this small town on the map. It certainly isn't the warm, friendly community that makes the roving reporter feel instantly at home. Or the accident that lays her up at Garrett White Eagle's ranch, where the blue-eyed rancher awakens feelings she long ago gave up.

Giving people hope again is the goal of the healing ranch Garrett started with his brother. And the lovely, hardworking writer is no exception. Doesn't Kim realize how much good they can do—together? Her future is here with him. If she's willing to trust in a love that could fulfill the promise of forever.
  • Print Length: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin American Romance (December 1, 2015)
  • Publication Date: December 1, 2015
My review: Her Mistletoe Cowboy by Marie Ferrarella (Forever Texas)


A nice simple Christmas story.  I have not read any of Forever Texas series and thought it did a good job of standing alone.  But it does let you catch up a little with a whole cast of characters.

Lots of drama with the main character Kimberly Lee.  Kim at times she wines too much, does have a lot of pride, a loner and tries to see everyone's angles.  She is from a Big City. She is a reporter.

Garrett White Eagle works with his brother Jackson to give troubled kids a second chance while working with horses.  He stands in his brothers shadow.  They are hard working and work well with the boys. His idea to have a reporter talk about their ranch so they can help more youth.

Forever, Texas is small town.  Only one place to eat in town, one bar, motel ect.  People are friendly and lookout for each other.

This is a nice fast read that leaves you feeling good.  Their is a couple of love scenes I did skip over.
Would have loved to see and learn about more of the boys staying at the ranch.

I like to read Marie Ferrarella books.

I was given this book to read by NetGalley and Harlequin.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of Her Mistletoe Cowboy.

No comments: