Christmas In A Cowboy’s Arms by multiple authors

In the wild and untamed West, it takes cowboy’s embrace to see you through a long winter’s night.

Whether it’s a lonely spinster finding passion at last…an infamous outlaw-turned-lawman reaffirming the love that keeps him whole…a lost and broken drifter discovering family in unlikely places…a Texas Ranger risking it all for one remarkable woman…two lovers bringing together a family ripped apart by prejudice…or reunited lovers given a second chance to correct past mistakes…a Christmas spent in a cowboy’s arms is full of hope, laughter, and–most of all–love.

Title:  Christmas In A Cowboy’s Arms
Series:   A Christmas Collection of Stories
Author:  Various Historical Romance Authors
Genre:  Historical Western Christmas Romance
Published:  October 3, 2017
Publisher:  Sourcebooks Casablanca
My Rating:  4 stars

Christmas In A Cowboy’s Arms is a fun, sassy, heart felt collection of Christmas romances set in the Old West.  Some are related to series, others are not but each can be read as an enjoyable Christmas stand alone story.

The stories include:  Father Christmas by Leigh Greenwood – A ChickaDee Christmas by Rosanne Bittner – The Christmas Stranger by Linda Broday – A Texas Ranger for Christmas by Margaret Brownley –A Christmas Baby by Anna Schmidt –A Christmas Reunion by Amy Sandas

It’s actually pretty amazing to have so many authors that I’ve read, enjoy and follow come together in one Christmas collection of stories.  The stars don’t always align like this, so if you love Western Historical Romance and Christmas Romance then these are stories that are guaranteed to put a smile on your holiday reading face.

Sure, I have my favorites but I enjoyed every story in this collection.  And I’m betting that you will, too.  Get an early start on your holiday reading with Christmas In A Cowboy’s Arms.  It will definitely get you in the Christmas spirit – and while I enjoy going back in time for a reading moment, I certainly appreciate my warm home without worrying about chopping firewood in the cold of winter.

*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. That does not change what I think of this story. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*

** This review originally appeared on my hodgepodge book review blog, Keeper Bookshelf.  It’s been re-posted here at Heart Full of Christmas, a genre specific blogto keep all the holiday stories together among friends.  **

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