Home For a Cowboy Christmas

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Pub Date 26 Oct 2021 | Archive Date 09 Nov 2021
St. Martin's Press, St. Martin's Paperbacks

Description

The most wonderful time of the year has arrived for this cowboy in New York Times bestseller Donna Grant's newest novel, Home for a Cowboy Christmas.

Tis the season—for everyone except Emmy Garrett. She’s on the run after witnessing a crime. But when it becomes clear that trouble will continue following her, the US Marshal in charge takes her somewhere no one will think to look–Montana. Not only is Emmy in a new place for her protection, but now, she’s stuck with a handsome cowboy as her bodyguard…and she wants to do more than kiss him under the mistletoe.

Dwight Reynolds left behind his old career, but it’s still in his blood. When an old friend calls in a favor, Dwight opens his home to a woman on the run. He tries to keep his distance, but there’s something about Emmy he can’t resist. She stokes his passion and turns his cold nights into warm ones. When danger shows up looking for Emmy, Dwight risks everything to keep her safe.

“A captivating romance novel with a sexy cowboy making this perfect for anyone who loves a steamy romantic read.” - Fresh Fiction on My Favorite Cowboy

The most wonderful time of the year has arrived for this cowboy in New York Times bestseller Donna Grant's newest novel, Home for a Cowboy Christmas.

Tis the season—for everyone except Emmy Garrett...


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I requested to read and review this book for free from St.Martin Publishing. Author Donna Grant does again with a must read. This book had a little bit of everything mystery, drama, romance. Can you instantly be attracted to someone you just met. What about love? Does danger make love better or worse? Can you say doing the right thing is always easy? Characters Dwight, Dalton and Emmy will have you not wanting to put this book down. This for a mature reader but can be read anywhere!

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Home for a Cowboy Christmas by D. Grant, published by St. Martin's Press, is a book that's like coming home when you open it and start reading. Emmy is on the run from bad men. Dwight is an ex-FBI Agent who's now living on a ranch somewhere very rural. He grants her a new home for the time being and soon they develop a beautiful love story, but there'*s still the thread of the danger Emmy's in. HfaCC is a fast paced, action packed love story with just the right amount of everything to make it a fantastic read, 5 stars.

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LOVED this book!!! Emmy is a bookkeeper who witnesses a crime committed by a mob boss.. He intends to kill her to prevent her testifying against him. When Emmy enters witness protection, she thinks she'll be safe, until the mob assassin gets too close. The marshal whisks her away to an old friend of his on his Montana ranch. Dwight is happy to take Emmy in and protect her. As he protects her, their romance develops and Dwight will learn just how far he'll go to protect her - just as Emmy will learn just what she'll do for Dwight. I loved the characters - Emmy is a sweet girl who gets caught up in something unintentionally, while Dwight is a tough guy who was first a military man before joining the FBI. They were likable and interesting. I thoroughly enjoyed their story and found myself engrossed in their tale. If you enjoy romantic suspense, you will love this book. Put this one at the top of your TBR list. The author is on my must read authors' list.

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Thanks Netgalley for allowing me to read this book. Emmy is in the witness protection plan after witnessing a murder. She is taken to a safe place after she was almost killed. She is staying on Dwight's farm. The more she learns about Dwight, the more she grows to love him. This book was well written. I cant wait to read her next book.

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