Book Review: Once Upon A Texas Christmas by Katherine Garbera

Once Upon A Texas Christmas by Katherine Garbera

A Whiskey River Christmas Romance Book 4

Tule Publishing (November 21, 2017)

152 pages

Contemporary Romance/Small Town/Holiday-Christmas


Avery Burton loves her job as assistant to Logan Calloway. A big time Hollywood A-lister, Logan spends all his time on the West Coast leaving her to run his charity in Whiskey River. Staying busy and giving back to the community that is the only real family she’s ever known suits Avery just fine…until Logan announces he’s coming home for Christmas.

Ever since his mother abandoned him as a young boy, Whiskey River hasn’t felt like home to Logan Calloway. Still, he heads home for the holidays, intending to reflect on his career and personal life. When he sees his assistant Avery in his home, Logan begins to realize that Whiskey River has more to offer than just bad memories.

As Logan and Avery spend more time together working for the charity, it becomes impossible to deny their chemistry and attraction.




Once Upon A Texas Christmas is a twist on the office romance woven with the magic of Christmas.  Wonderful chemistry between the two characters and I enjoyed their fun sparring with each other. It’s a tale of two people who feel not worthy of love and each is dealing with lack of parent role models who have affected their fears and outlooks on love and family.

Reviewed by Comfy Chair Books/Lisa Reigel (November 15, 2018)



Click here to read an excerpt from Once Upon a Texas Christmas




GARBERAUSA Today bestselling author Katherine Garbera is a two-time Maggie winner who has written more than 60 books. A Florida native who grew up to travel the globe, Katherine now makes her home in the Midlands of the UK with her husband, two children and a very spoiled miniature dachshund.



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