Genres:  Romance, Cowboy, BBW, Christmas, Novella

Published:  January 3, 2016

Told in dual POVs

The Blurb:

A curvy girl gets her cowboy!

Quinn Sutton thought he was safe from the matrimonial fever that had ended his friends’ bachelor ways. Even if he did feel a little envious, as the virtual newcomer to town, he wanted nothing more than to concentrate on building the ranch he’d inherited from his uncle and attempt to keep afloat his fledgling law practice. But when his former boss asked him to keep his daughter safe, he found the request impossible to refuse. And once she arrived at his ranch, Quinn was beset with overpowering yearnings for the beautiful Faith.

Faith Greene had grown up trying—and failing—to be the son her father had always wanted. Having lost her mother at an early age, she’d spent her life attempting to find a way to earn her father’s love. When he took a case that put her life in danger, he sent her to the one man whose name she’d gotten sick of hearing—Quinn Sutton. The lawyer turned rancher that had received more of her father’s affection in a few years than she had in a lifetime. She was set to dislike him, but once he touched her, she didn’t want to let go. Could she find a way to stop living her life for her father and learn to please herself? With Quinn’s help, she just might.

A BBW finds romance with a cowboy… what more could you want for Christmas!

My Review:

The Cowboy's Christmas Present (Cowboys of Colton County, #3)The Cowboy’s Christmas Present by Joann Baker

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

“His Cowboy’s Christmas Present” Cowboys of Colton County #3 is cowritten by authors Joann Baker and Patricia Mason.
Published: January 3, 2016
My Rating: 4 Stars

Book three in the Colton County series was a cute story. I admit I was hesitant to read this book. In the first book, the hero was despicable and I didn’t like him. Not even in the end. In book two the hero is likable however he frustrated me a bit. That said I was glad I gave book three a try. I really enjoyed it.

Quinn Sutton was a likable hero. He was protective and sweet. When Quinn is asked by his former employer and mentor to look after his daughter, he doesn’t hesitate. Of course Quinn is not expecting such a strong attraction to her. Nor was he prepared when his instincts to protect and possess overcame him, to his surprise. He never had such an intense and immediate attraction to a woman before. But Faith will only be in his care for a short time. Definitely too short to start anything. Not to mention the fact she is the daughter to a good friend that he respects. That alone says, “don’t touch.” Unfortunately the longer Faith is under his roof, keeping his distance is becoming harder to do.

Faith Greene is sent, without any notice, to Montana. She is to stay with Quinn Sutton. Faith’s father is a lawyer and the case he is working on can put her in danger. Though she isn’t pleased, Faith makes the best of her new temporary living arrangement. What she is having issues with is her growing attraction to Quinn.

This is a cute story. It was fast paced with little to no angst and a Christmas theme. I don’t want to add too many details to my review since this is such a short story. But I will say again that I enjoyed it.


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