Wednesday, 22 April 2020

Audio: A cowboy under the mistletoe by Jessica Clare

Narrated by: Abby Craden
Series: Wyoming Cowboy Series, Book 3
Length: 7 hrs and 23 mins
Unabridged Audiobook
Release date: 04-21-20
Language: English
Publisher: Tantor Audio
Contemporary romance
In exchange for an honest review

This story was sweet all way through. They just fitted each other so well.

Justin suffers from ptsd, he lost his support dog and he is hanging on by a thread. So he gets a new job as a cowboy and he can't even ride a horse.

He meets Sage, who is sweet, bubbly, has 3 jobs in 1, and he is so right, people do not really see her, but they expect her to be there. She helps him out and they become friends.

I liked how they become friends, how they become more and it feels so right. He sees her like no one else has. And she does not see the issues he has, but embraces it all.

A really sweet book, a tiny bit of drama, and a happy ending.

I liked the narrator. She did well with voices and the feel of the book

Former Navy master-at-arms Jason Clements is down on his luck and calling in one last favor. His cousin has secured him a job opportunity as a cowboy working at Price Ranch in Wyoming. Too bad Jason has never even saddled a horse. If he can keep this job without his PTSD getting in the way, it'll be a Christmas miracle.

Local busybody Sage Cooper loves Painted Barrel something fierce, but it's time for her to move on. Since her father passed away, the family ranch feels too big for just her, and there's no chance of finding a husband in this small town. To the rest of the world, she's just another local fixture, known for her closet full of ugly Christmas sweaters and being perpetually single.

It isn't until Jason shows up in desperate need of a cowboy crash course that Sage discovers a tall, dark, and handsome reason to stick around. And with the holidays coming up, Sage is in need of a date for a special event - maybe they'll turn out to be each other's best Christmas present.

19 comments:

  1. It sounds like a nice ones

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  2. awe I need a little sweet right now thanks

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  3. Oh yay! I loved this one. Read the book, though, didn't listen to the audio.

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    1. I am glad the book was great too :D I do love my audio

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  4. Sometimes sweet is perfect! But how can you be a cowboy if you can't ride a horse?

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  5. "and he can't even ride a horse." Sounds fun. :)

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  6. Minimal drama is always good!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. I did just read one where I did want drama ;)

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  7. I like this kind of story, sounds great.

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  8. I feel like I seen this somewhere....I wonder if I read a review for it elsewhere.

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  9. I really need to read her current books. I do love sweet.

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