Enjoy this cowboy series by USA Today Bestselling small-town romance author Erin Wright…
A country boy who hates Christmas for a reason, dammit…
When cowboy 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 small 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 sparks fly, will two people who are oh-so-different find their own Christmas miracle?
Blizzard of Love is the second book in the Cowboys of Long Valley Romance series, although all books in the Long Valley world can be read as standalones. For fans of Constance Ruth Clark, Celia Aaron, or Lily-Mae Montana, this is a sweeter romance with minimal sex and mild language, and a guaranteed happily ever after. 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.
Blizzard of Love
OMG. ERIN WRIGHT DID IT AGAIN!!! I couldn't put this book down. Read it in like 2 hours. A great romantic Christmas read. Cannot wait for the next one!!!
When two people are meant to find each other, there are always obstacles
Luke and Bonnie’s first time meeting is not particularly a good meeting, at least for Bonnie. They rub each other the wrong way. But who knew a bad blizzard, really great friends, and a sweet but scared dog would help them to see the possibilities? Luke is a loner who devotes his life to his life-time dream-owning his own farm. He lives where he lives away from the city and enjoys the quiet of the country. He decides to take a break and join his good friends at Christmas. After all, things are mighty slow on a farm during the winter months. His one helper can take care of things for a few days with no problem. Bonnie is a city girl with a city-stressful job she really doesn’t enjoy much. She jumps at a chance to spend Christmas with her best friend and her friend’s husband on there ranch. Snow is a real draw as that is how Bonnie dreams of spending Christmas with snow. She gets plenty of snow in the form of a blizzard. But she and Luke feel a spark—only how does that work when Bonnie has to return to the city? This really a sweet story that doesn’t dosappoint.CYonkersCGY