A country boy who hates Christmas for a reason, dammit…
When Luke Nash runs into Stetson Miller down at the feed store, he never expects his friend to strong-arm him into spending Christmas at the Miller farm. Luke has no patience for Christmas cheer or Yuletide song. And the rugged cowboy definitely has no desire to kiss a girl under the mistletoe. No matter how infuriatingly pretty she might be.
A city girl who loves Christmas…
Bonnie Patterson adores Christmas, so when her best friend Jennifer invites her to spend Christmas at the Miller farm, she jumps at the chance. When she sets out for the snowy country town, she has visions dancing in her head of cozy nights by a crackling fire, not of a hot cowboy with an ice-cold heart.
The Storm of the Century…
Instead of a peaceful holiday in the country, Bonnie gets stranded at the Miller farm by a blizzard. Even worse, she's snowed-in with Luke, an arrogant, impossible, but damn sexy cowboy.
When the fly sparks, will two people who are oh-so-different find their own Christmas miracle?
Blizzard of Love is the second novella in the Long Valley Romance series, although all books in the Long Valley world can be read as standalones. This is a sweeter romance with minimal sex and mild language. Enjoy!
BLIZZARD OF LOVE
BLIZZARD OF LOVE by Erin Wright. This goes along with Accounting for Love by her also. A delightful, funny, story that tests the patience of two people. This story deals with Luke, antsy being on the farm by himself, yet hates Christmas. The noise, cheerfulness of people, is there anything worse, maybe an invite to spend Christmas at a friend's house. If he only knew that a best friend of Jennifer would have invited someone also.
His best friend is Stetson, the cooking of Carmelita won him over. Bonnie had no one in town, a phone call from her best friend Jennifer, changed that. The first impression of Luke, and she asked him "if he was raised in a barn." Sounds like a tense weekend, can laughter, love, and holiday cheer, and being around friends, change it. A delightful, warm story of sharing Christmas with others. Given ARC for my review and my honest opinion . Do hope she is writing more story, for all are enjoyable.
Not super necessary
Eh... I think you can skip this one. Nothing super important happens.
Love in a Blizzard
I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book for an honest review.
I was recently introduced to Erin Wright's books with Accounting For Love and instantly fell in love with her writing. i feel just as strongly about Blizzard Of Love.
In AFL you meet Stetson, Jennifer and Carmelita (she is Stetson's housekeeper that helped raise him).
In BOL you have Luke, Stetson's best friend and Bonnie, Jennifer's best friend. Both Luke and Bonnie happen to be visiting Stetson and Jennifer for Christmas and it's an unforgettable introduction for them. Neither knows about the other being invited, so when Luke has to use the bathroom that joins the 2 guest bedrooms, he has no idea that Bonnie is already in there. She is literally caught with her pants down! It's quite awkward with screaming and falling into the bathtub by Bonnie. Because of this Bonnie is very embarrassed to be around Luke at first but warms up to him once they spend time together. After getting over his shock at the crazy way they met, the first thing Luke notices is how beautiful Bonnie is. Because of abandonment by his mother when he was a boy, he is dead set against romantic relationships and emotional entanglements but he finds himself drawn to Bonnie in more than just a sexual way. A major blizzard hits and they are snowed in for several days, giving Luke and Bonnie a chance to grow closer to each other and making it almost unbearable when it's time for both to return to their own homes, Bonnie's being a 90 minute drive from Luke's. Luke doesn't reveal to Bonnie how he feels about her so she has no idea if Luke even wants a relationship with her.
Has Luke changed his mind about getting emotionally involved? If so, can they make a long distance relationship work or will it prove too difficult?
While these 2 books are part of a series, they are both Standalones with HEAs. I personally, am glad I read them in order but you don't have to. Exceptionally well written, I highly recommend them both to romance readers everywhere.