Cowboys, a Cowgirl, Christmas in Marietta recipe for a wonder book. Yes it is. Oh my goodness it was so good to catch up with so many of my favorite friends from Marietta. The Dixon family is pretty big and everyone it seems like is getting married except Peta. Nope she IS running her ranch or will be once she gets back from her vaca in Europe. Not her fault goAl her foreman broke his hip right. But handsome Garrett is able to take over. Oh my there is more to Garrett than meets the eyes. I do enjoyed this book. Loved catching up with so many of my old friends all over Marietta. Visiting so many of the sights like Grey's and Sage 's . There's the Christmas Stroll on how I wish the one in my town was closer to Marietta' s stroll. What a warm living book that for me shows strength of character and personal strength.
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I really enjoyed reading His Christmas Cowgirl by Alissa Callen, book six of the Wildflower Ranch series. Peta Dixon returns from her European vacation with her sister Kendall to find Garrett Ross, her temporary ranch foreman, living in her house, overstepping his boundaries. Garrett takes one look at his “boss” and thinks Peta is just like all the other women he has met, only after social status not hard working. It doesn’t take long for these two of them to realize how wrong those impressions are. Peta loves her ranch and it shows in her everyday involvement. Garrett drops everything to help out when the man who’s always been there for him, Hal the Bluebell Falls’ ranch foreman, breaks his hip and needs Garrett’s help. As Garrett and Peta get to know each other more than the ranch is at risk, namely their hearts. This was a sweet, fun and entertaining story with very likeable and authentic characters that you want to cheer on, hoping for that happy ending. The characters were well written with complex characteristics. The story line was riveting and kept my attention to the very end. I enjoyed reading this book and had trouble putting this book down, reading it in one day. I recommend this book to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
Peta Dixon returns to Marietta Montana after a month long vacation to find her temporary ranch foreman Garrett Ross. Peta is determined to get him out of her house and then back to where he came from. Garrett thinks Peta is like every other woman he has met and is only worried about her social calendar. It doesn't take long for Garrett to realize he was wrong about her. But can they keep everything businesslike between them or will there hearts get involved. I really liked this story from seeing all the old characters show up to seeing a hardworking cowgirl realize what she wants. Alissa Callen knows how to write an entertaining story for sure.
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