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A COWBOY CHRISTMAS by Linda Goodnight and Ruth Logan Herne, reviewed by Trixi Oberembt

Two incredibly good Christian inspirational books in one! These two authors bring us stories full of hope, faith, and love. Along with characters that have obstacles to overcome and struggle with their faith (or lack of), they come face to face with circumstances that force them to change. I fell in love with each hero and heroine and rooted for their hard-earned happily-ever-afters. All topped off with a valuable lesson learned that God can take whatever brokenness you've had in your life and make something beautiful of it. 

If you're looking for a heart-warming Christmas read, look no farther than “A Cowboy Christmas”!  While these may be shorter stories, they still pack a punch and never felt rushed or lacked a depth of detail. I felt both were well-written by two authors who are well known in the world of Love Inspired novels!

*I received a complimentary copy from the author and was under no obligation to post a review. All opinions are my own. *

Back Cover Blurb:
Second chances at love

A duet of Christmas cowboy romances

Rancher Caleb Girard never thought he deserved Kristen Andrews. But when his ailing foster father brings her home as his nurse, Christmas blessings could surprise them all in
Snowbound Christmas.

After a tragic loss, Ty Carrington tries to hide from the world on his Idaho ranch…until Jessica Lambert and her adorable daughter sneak into his life and his heart in
Falling for the Christmas Cowboy.

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  1. Thanks Trixi! What a great combination of stories!

  2. Trixi, thanks so much for posting this! I'm so glad you enjoyed the stories. I loved writing Ty and Jess's story.... and I am in love with DOVIE!!!! :) She's beyond adorable! Merry Christmas to you!

    1. Thanks for stopping in! hugs and thanks for all the wonderful stories you give your readers throughout the year!


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