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by Jessica Clare
Released: November 6, 2018
Published by Berkley Books
“…cute holiday romance…”
~ Under the Covers
I haven’t read Jessica Clare in years but when I read the premise for this book I knew I had to pick it up. We have a New York city girl, personal assistant to a model, who is trying to escape the city (and her boss’s celebrity boyfriend) and spend the holiday at her parents mountain home while they are away in Europe. That plan quickly changes when she’s involved in an accident that leaves her with temporary amnesia and she’s rescued and cared for by a sexy cowboy.
ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS A COWBOY is a sweet, small town holiday romance with an easy going feel and lots of cute animals. I always enjoy snowbound stories in the winter this is a good example of that.
There’s nothing extremely remarkable about the plot of characters in this one, I don’t think they necessarily stand out. But the story does fulfill my expectations for a cute holiday romance, especially if you are looking for one extra wintery with lots of snow AND a good guy as the hero.
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