Friday, November 18, 2016

Review: A Texas Cowboy's Christmas

A Texas Cowboy's Christmas by Cathy Gillen Thacker

Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Holiday, Harlequin
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Pages: 224
Published November 8th 2016 by Harlequin

Molly Griffith is ambitious and only wants to give her little boy the opportunities she never had. Which means moving to Dallas, no matter what Chance Lockhart says! Though being with the handsome rancher does make the idea of small-town life more tempting.

Molly has always gotten under Chance's skin, and now that he's bonded with her little tyke, he can't imagine Bullhaven Ranch without them. But the single mom is so focused on her big-city fairy tale, she could miss Chance's offer of the most important gift of all—the love and support of a real family.

Molly got some loose ends to tie up before moving the Dallas for a better life for her and her son. In Dallas there are more career opportunities, better cash flow as well as the place Molly is working on getting her son into. Until she goes she'll be working on her last job renovating at the Circle H Ranch with the help of cowboy Chance. Chance can't help but get under Molly's skin but she is determined to stick to her path.

I really enjoyed this book. I loved getting the point of view from both characters. I liked that there was that bit of holiday thrown into to the book. I loved seeing the drama unfold, the conflicts that presented it self testing what Molly and Chance have. I loved seeing how Chance interacted with Molly's son. I loved how well meaning Chance was. He kept doing stuff for others without thinking of the repercussions, because that's just the type of person he is. I loved that Molly is a protective and loving mother, I loved that she is fiercely independent and was determined to do things herself rather then taking from others even if offered. Actually she was a bit stubborn at times when it came down to it but that made her character all the more interesting. loved seeing that connection between the two. The storyline was interesting and the book was well written. I really enjoyed this book and had a hard time putting it down at time.

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