Genres:  Romance, Contemporary, Cowboy, Holiday

Dual POVs

The Blurb:

She lost her drawl and traded her 501s for Roberto Cavalli, but she’s still a simple Carolina country girl at heart…

Cassidy Cantrell sacrificed her own dreams to become the wife of a world renowned heart surgeon. But eight years later, she knows it’s over. Divorced from the man of her mother’s dreams – Cass has to face up to the fact it’s time to move on. Looking to get away to a place where she can reclaim herself, she accepts an invitation to spend the holidays at a posh ski resort. But almost the minute Cassidy lands in Jackson Hole, she breaks a boot heel, sprains her ankle, and gets swept off her feet by a smoking-hot, blue-eyed Rancher.

He never could have imagined his soul mate would show up in stiletto heeled boots…

Jilted by his fiancée a couple years ago, Wyoming rancher Griffin Stone splits his time between a family ranch and managing investment properties in the ski resort town of Jackson. But something is missing. After placing his own desires on hold to look after his military brother’s family, Griff longs for happiness of his own. But a rich, city girl from Florida who sprains her ankle after her boot heel breaks?

“Sweetheart, boots like that are only good for one thing…and it sure ain’t walkin.'”

He thinks he has the city girl all figured out, but the more he learns about her past, the more he believes she just might be the woman of his dreams.

My Review:

A Cowboy's Midnight KissA Cowboy’s Midnight Kiss by Victoria Vane

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4 Stars!…to “A Cowboy’s Midnight Kiss” by author Victoria Vane.

**I received an ARC from the author via BookFunnel in exchange for an honest review**

Oh how I enjoyed reading this sweet story! This romance takes place the days prior to Christmas and ends on New Year’s Day. Our couple, Cassidy and Griffin, definitely had chemistry from the very beginning and they fell for each other pretty quickly. However I didn’t have that intense instalove feeling you get with novellas which I was pleased about.

Griff and Cassidy both had emotional baggage they needed to move forward from. Their romance was believable; it developed realistically. God, I really loved Griff! Cassidy was a likable character too. I would have loved this to be a full length novel. There were secondary characters here as well that were likable and I would have liked more of them as well.

So if you are looking for a short, sweet romantic novella to get you in the holiday mood, I totally recommend, “A Cowboy’s Midnight Kiss!”

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