ARC Review: Cowboys for Christmas by Kim Law, Terri Osburn, and Liz Talley

Posted December 10, 2014 by Angela in Reviews / 3 Comments

I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
ARC Review: Cowboys for Christmas by Kim Law, Terri Osburn, and Liz Talley
Cowboys for Christmas
by Kim Law, Liz Talley, Terri Osburn

4.5 Stars


Released: November 18th 2014
Published by InterMix
Pages: 200
Format: eARC


“With just a hint of a holiday theme, this book can be read anytime of the year.  ” ~ Under the Covers

Cowboys for Christmas was a very quick read but each novella are long enough you can enjoy each story to the fullest. The overlapping of the three stories making one was well done.  With just a hint of a holiday theme, this book can be read anytime of the year.

Love Me, Cowboy by Terri Osburn

Claire had always had a thing for her best friend’s little brother, in fact, she still have not forgotten what they have done when they were younger. Unfortunately, it never went anywhere.  Little did she know, Tyler has also never forgotten.  In fact, he still had feelings for.  This wedding get-together will give them a window of opportunity to make things right.

~I love that Tyler was confident enough to consider Claire’s insecurities.  He was patient patient with Claire and and I think his flirting helped break down her walls.  Their story of second chances was sweet and cute.  It gave this book a good start and it sets the tone for the rest of the stories.  

Kiss Me, Cowboy by Liz Talley

Despite her despise for this town, Georgia will not miss her friends wedding.  She is after all the one of the few that treated her with love and respect while others with disgust due to her family’s “poor” status. While she made something of herself, she still feels like she doesn’t belong.  Meeting the town’s Vet will change that.  Reed knows exactly what he wants hence moving to this small town.  He’d planned out everything.  Now, just waiting for the right one to complete his dream and he may actually have found her stranded in the middle of the road.  The question is, can he make her stay in the town she hates.

~Reed and Georgia are as opposites as can be.  Even their dream love are opposite of each others’ but wow, talk about opposites attract. They had just met but everything one lacked the other filled in the space.  Reed is sexy, flirty and the innuendos had me laugh out loud.  I just enjoyed how he kept Georgia grounded and made her see what is in front of her instead of running away.   I love this couple, their encounters were funny and sweet.  

Marry Me, Cowboy by Kim Law

Claire and Georgia’s story both lead the this story.  Their best friend’s wedding.  Mary Catherine may be making the biggest mistake of her life.  There had been a few mistakes and misunderstandings a few years back and everything is riding on clearing that up before it’s too late.

~I really can’t say much on the recap of this story because of spoilers but Jax and Mary Catherine’s story was my favorite of them all.  Their story is one full of regrets, broken promises and a lot of misunderstandings.  This story is a bit more emotionally charged than the first two stories.  My heart broke for them but the end result was heart warming.  I love strong stories of second chances and Kim Law is good at that.   .

If you haven’t read Kim Law, this is a great book to start with. It surely opened up me up to Talley and Osborne’s work which I plan to read soon.

*ARC provided by publisher

Cowboys for Christmas
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About Kim Law

Award-winning author Kim Law wrote her first story, “The Gigantic Talking Raisin,” in elementary school. Although it was never published, it was enough to whet her appetite for a career in writing. First, however, she would try her hand at a few other passions: baton twirling, softball, and music, to name a few. Voted “Bookworm” and “Most Likely to Succeed” in high school, she went on to earn a college degree in mathematics.
Law spent years working as a computer programmer and raising her son, and she now devotes her time and energy to writing romance novels (none of which feature talking raisins).
She is a Romance Writers of America’s RITA® finalist, a past winner of the RWA’s Golden Heart® Award, and currently serves as president for her local RWA chapter. Her books can best be described as a light-hearted mix taking her readers on a sexy, fun, and emotional ride. A native of Kentucky, she now lives with her husband and an assortment of animals in her Middle Tennessee home.


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Yum cowboys! Thanks angela


Thanks Angela

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Thanks for the review, this book sounds good.