Christmas with the Cowboy by Jeannie Watt
Return to Keller Ranch, Book 1
Tule Publishing (November 9, 2022)
Holiday Romance/2nd Chance
This Christmas, it’s time to rebuild bridges…
Hard-living cowboy Reed Keller is returning home to the same ranch his father kicked him off of fifteen years ago. He knows he’s in for some battles with his headstrong dad, but his dad needs help and Reed needs a place to raise his daughter, Lex. Reed’s determined to put the past behind him and concentrate on being the best father he can be, especially with Christmas around the corner. Also around the corner? The woman he’s never been able to forget.
Trenna Hunt has finally broken free of her controlling father to pursue her own goals, but she never would have accepted the temporary job at the Keller Ranch helping to compile the family’s history if she knew the sexy, reckless cowboy Reed would come home. They’ve both changed, but Reed’s still as impossible to resist as when they were teenagers.
Reed knows he needs to keep his focus on his daughter and building their future, but he can’t help longing to keep Trenna in it. Will she trust him enough this time to stay?
A second chance romance set at Christmas time.
After spending years apart, they find that they never got over each other though they try their best to deny their feelings. Their powerful chemistry draws them together despite past hurts and fears. I really enjoyed the teen daughter and her impact in the storyline. Also enjoyed the family dynamic with father, daughter, grandparents, and a bit of the exwife & her husband. It was well told and felt natural. Enjoyable read.
Reviewed by Comfy Chair Books/Lisa Reigel (October 23, 2022)
ARC provided by publisher
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jeannie Watt is the author of over 20 contemporary romances and the recipient of the Holt Medallion Award of Merit. She lives in a small ranching community—a place where kids really do grow up to be cowboys—with her husband, dog, cat, horses and ponies. When she’s not writing, Jeannie enjoys sewing retro fashions, running, and buying lots and lots of hay.
If you’d like to know more about Jeannie, check out her website JeannieWatt.com or visit her Facebook page www.facebook.com/jeannie.watt.1.