"Delivers fiery passion with a country-western kick."—Publishers Weekly for A Very Cowboy Christmas
The firefighting cowboys of Wildcat Bluffs take Christmas VERY seriously…
When Ivy Bryant arrives in town to run the historic honkytonk, she finds herself immersed in traditions that can't be bucked. Luckily, cowboy firefighter Slade Steele has an idea to increase both the honkytonk's income, and his own. It's an offer Ivy couldn't refuse, even if the passion between them wasn't already reaching the boiling point.
Ivy and Slade's love story is legendary—when you add in arsonist cattle rustlers, a runaway Angus bull, and a chili recipe that includes liquor AND chocolate, Wildcat Bluffs will be celebrating a cowboy Christmas unlike any other.
Smokin' Hot Cowboys:
A Cowboy Firefighter for Christmas (Book 1)
Blazing Hot Cowboy (Book 2)
A Very Cowboy Christmas (Book 3)
Hot for a Cowboy (Book 4)
Cowboy Firefighter Christmas Kiss (Book 5)
Praise for Kim Redford:
"Redford reels you in with this hot-as-hell firefighting cowboy."—Fresh Fiction for Blazing Hot Cowboy
"Will keep you warm and toasty and entertained."—USA Today Happily Ever After for A Cowboy Firefighter for Christmas
Redford (Hot for a Cowboy) rustles up sugar-and-spice-filled holiday romance in the endearingly loopy fifth Smokin' Hot Cowboys contemporary. Wildcat Bluff, Tex., is home to hot firefighting cowpeople and a plethora of lovable characters. It also features the famous Wildcat Hall Park dance hall. City slicker Ivy Bryant is only managing Wildcat Hall Park until her chanteuse sister, Fern, blows back into town. Then she meets multitalented rancher and award-winning pie man Slade Steele. Slade's main concerns are getting his family's new ranch up and running, thwarting the cattle rustlers who are making off with the stock, and making sure the Wildcat Hall Park's legacy of love and community continues. His heart and protective instincts are fully engaged within seconds of spying the decorative tinsel in Ivy's hands as she tries to ready the hall for the holidays. With a little help from Fernando the bull, an overabundance of sweetness, and a healthy dose of mischief, this Christmas story is certainly memorable.
Cowboy Firefighter Christmas Kiss
I received a complimentary copy of this book and I am voluntarily reviewing it.
This was a wonderful book to read. This is a part of a series involving Wildcat Bluff Firefighters. While this is a part of a series, you really don't need to read the prior stories to enjoy this.
Ivy Bryant comes to take over the running of Wildcat Hall that she and her sister purchased together. The Hall is a historic honkytonk of the county. Ivy was to be the silent partner that enjoys her life in Houston. Fern on the other hand is the brilliant creator/singer/rolling stone of the sisters. Fern takes a job on a cruise line and forces Ivy to come and run the honkytonk. Once there, she encounters hunky rancher/volunteer firefighter/former rodeo bull-rider/chef, Slade Steele. The sparks fly fast and furious, at least for Slade. Ivy, on the other hand, is more reserved and cautious. Seeing these two wonderful characters interact was a delight.
I enjoyed the plot. There was A LOT here to keep me interested in turning the pages and wondering what was going to happen next! I loved the dual POV format! Reading both of the main characters' thoughts, really help me to fully understand where they are coming from. Plus understanding their actions and speech in a scene is a BIG plus.
This is a sexy read. The author did a great job of writing the "bedroom" scenes without being erotica. I would highly recommend this to anyone over the age of 18.