Cowboy Christmas Homecoming by June Faver

Cowboy Christmas Homecoming by June Faver
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (230 pages)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Snowdrop

This cowboy’s finally coming home for Christmas
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Zach Garrett is home from war, haunted by PTSD, trying to fit in to what has become an alien world. With the holidays fast approaching, his uncle Big Jim Garrett offers him a place on the family ranch. Zach isn’t sure he’s up for a noisy, boisterous Garrett Christmas…until he meets beautiful Stephanie Gale, and all his protests go up in flames.

Firefighter and EMT Stephanie Gale is ready for anything. She’s got her life under control…until she locks eyes with Zack and realizes her heart’s in a whole new kind of danger. But with a little help from Zack’s long-lost army dog, maybe he and Stephanie will be able to make this a Christmas of new beginnings after all.

This is a feel-good story. Perfect for the Christmas holiday. Doesn’t mean you shouldn’t read it any other time though. You know how sometimes it is easier to just close yourself off from others rather than try to explain? Both Stephanie and Zach have this problem. Keeps you from getting hurt doesn’t it? But this isn’t your everyday story. This is a story about a female firefighter and a veteran.

It’s a good story with some action and while romance is not my usual genre, this is not any kind of explicit romance. Romance is the side plot of this story. There’s plenty more of story to read and characters you’ll like, both good and bad.

I won’t tell you this is a heavy, complex book. It isn’t. But as I said it’s a story to enjoy and make you feel good and hope that things turn out your way.

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