About The Book:
"Merry Christmas, Cowboy," is a charming holiday story that is a true delight to read. It has been years since I've read a Janet Dailey novel, and I had forgotten how good of a writer she can be.
This story, a lovely romance, is set in Denver, Colorado and it's a lot of fun to recognize places in the Mile-High City that I remember from my years there. The characters in this tale are fascinating - Paula, the Denver cop who volunteers at the Christmas House, and Zach, a handsome rancher who is also donating his time at the charity. As they dance around each other, playing the flirting game, the two find a love that neither can ignore. I love a happy ending, and this one does not disappoint at all.
There's also a bit of a mystery here, as a young teenaged boy that Paula has been trying to help has some bullying problems to contend with, and it's up to Paula and Zach to help him find his way during a turbulent time.
I happily recommend this book to fans of contemporary romance, those who love Christmas stories, and fans of Janet Dailey's work.
About The Author:
Check out her website at www.janetdailey.com for more information on her books and upcoming projects.
My thanks to Kensington Books for providing the review copy of this book. I was not compensated for my opinion.