Thursday, December 17, 2009

Cowboy Christmas

Cowboy Christmas by Mary Connealy

Publisher's Synopsis:

Get ready for a fun and suspenseful Christmastime romance. Trouble follows singer Annette Talbot to Wyoming—and rancher Elijah Walker finds himself directly in its path. Though still wounded by the betrayal of his ex-fiancĂ©e, Elijah finds himself attracted to the secretive singer. When it appears Annie is a threat to his mother’s life, Elijah must decide if Annie’s deep faith and love of God is genuine or if it’s all just a ruse. He decides to trust her—until he discovers she’s a wanted woman. As Christmas draws near, will Elijah respond to God’s gentle persuasion to find the truth before he loses Annie forever?

Pattie's Review:

I enjoyed this book, although I'm curious about why Mary Connealy seems to get such joy and pleasure in torturing her heroines! Seriously, folks...I've met her, she seems very nice and fun. Why does she torture these poor women so!

I'll tell you why: because it's fun! Oh, not so fun in the torturing, but it makes it fun to read, and keeps the reader turning pages. It's also fun to see how she weaves profound spiritual truths into the narrative.

If you like western romance with a twist of fun and a good dose of spiritual insight, this is the book--and author--for you!

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