His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch #6) by Alissa Callen

His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch #6)His Christmas Cowgirl by Alissa Callen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Peta Dixon has been traveling and when she returns home to her ranch she finds the stubborn Garrett Ross has stepped in as foremen while she was gone when her normal foremen was injured. Walking into her home Peta finds Garrett has made himself at home instead of staying in the foreman’s cottage which does not put the pair off to a good start.

With Peta just coming in from vacation she’s just had a makeover that this cowgirl just isn’t quite comfortable with but Garrett takes as there’s no way this woman is a true cowgirl. As Garrett and Peta find themselves forced to continue to work together the pair find that they’ve both come to conclusions about the other that weren’t close to the truth.

His Christmas Cowgirl is the sixth book in the Wildflower Ranch series set in the small town of Marietta, Montana which of course is one of my favorite places to visit while reading during the holiday season. Each of the books in the series can be read as standalone novels as they each feature different couples but there are of course glimpses into previous characters in the other books and events that take place in Marietta over the course of all the series that feature this lovely town.

This book is a case of the classic first impressions that had been way off base and as the characters get to know one another they find that they have more in common than either ever dreamed. The relationship is given the chance to grow as the pair get to know one another while all the events and activities are taking place leading up to the holiday season.

Overall, another great holiday romance that takes place in the lovely small town of Marietta, Montana. I just love the small town holiday feel that happens during all of these wonderful stories.

I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley.


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