Book 2 of Cowboys & Brides
From New York Times and USA Today-bestselling author Carolyn Brown comes a contemporary Western romance filled to the brim with sexy cowboys, gutsy heroines, and genuine down-home Texas twang.
'Tis the season for...
A pistol-totin' woman who's no angel
A tough cowboy who doesn't believe in miracles
Love that warms the coldest nights
After a year in Kuwait, Lucas Allen can't wait to get back to his ranch for Christmas and meet his gorgeous Internet pal in person. When he pulls in, there's Natalie Clark right in his front yard with a pink pistol in her hand and a dead coyote at her feet.
Lucas is unfazed. But wait...is that a BABY in her arms?
Fans of Linda Lael Miller and Diana Palmer will thrill to this charming story of a Texas cowboy military veteran, the woman of his dreams…and the secret baby that binds them together.
Cowboys & Brides Series Order:
Billion Dollar Cowboy (Book 1, Cowboys & Brides)
The Cowboy’s Christmas Baby (Book 2, Cowboys & Brides)
The Cowboy’s Mail Order Bride (Book 3, Cowboys & Brides)
How to Marry a Cowboy (Book 4, Cowboys & Brides)
Praise for Bestselling Contemporary Western Romances by Carolyn Brown:
"Carolyn Brown created some handsome, hunkified, HOT cowboys! A fun, enjoyable, four-star-Christmas-to-remember novel."—The Romance Reviews
"Full of sizzling chemistry and razor-sharp dialogue."—Night Owl Reviews, Reviewer Top Pick 4 1/2 stars
"Makes me believe in Christmas miracles and long slow kisses under the mistletoe."—The Romance Studio
Brown's latest Cowboys & Brides romance immediately immerses readers in the regional spirit of the season. Texas soldier Drew Camp introduces his best friend, school basketball coach Natalie Clark, to his Desert Storm buddy Lucas Allen. While chatting online with Lucas, Natalie fails to mention that she's pregnant with Drew's child. Meanwhile, Drew is killed in action. Lucas returns to his family ranch to discover Natalie filling in for the injured housekeeper; meanwhile, Lucas's father, grandfather, ranch hand, and an assortment of local animals are thoroughly smitten with baby Joshua, Natalie and Drew's son. The few conflicts are low-key; Brown focuses on falling in love and the ripple effect it can bring to a family or community, plus there's a hint of a holiday miracle.