This Christmas he’s confronting the past…
Wyoming rancher Cade Hunt rents a room in Marietta for the month of December for one purpose—to unravel the mysteries of his past. He’s not interested in the local Christmas festivities, even though his pretty landlord Merri Bradley is more appealing than any woman he can remember.
After losing her husband far too early, hospice nurse Merri has dedicated her life to caring for the grief-stricken during their final goodbyes. She loves her busy and fulfilling life and has no time for a brooding cowboy during her favorite time of year. Yet Cade is tempting, and she’s technically his hostess.
But Marietta is full of Christmas magic and miracles. Soon Cade is embraced by the family he didn't know he had—a grandfather and four Wyatt cowboy cousins. For the first time in his life, Cade has a sense of belonging and the desire to set down roots if only he can convince Merri that second chances are the best chance for their own happily ever after.
If you read one Christmas book this year, make it this one.
Cade was in Montana looking for his biological family when
he was referred to MerriBee to rent a room.
Cade disliked Christmas and MerriBee’s place was heavily decorated, so
Cade decided to go someplace else. But
when MerriBee got injured and needed help, Cade was right there for her, even
staying with her to help her. As Cade
started to fall for MerriBee, his dislike for Christmas started to change,
especially when he found out why MerriBee loved Christmas so much and decorated
like she did. Neither, Cade or MerriBee
wanted a relationship and they fought it as long as they could, but in the end,
they realized they were meant to be together.
This is a book I won’t soon forget. It is full of hope, inspiration and wonderful characters. I can easily picture this book as a movie with the backdrops of the small Montana town of Marietta and the impressive Sundowner Ranch in Wyoming, where Cade works for Dot, the ranch owner and another unforgettable character in the book. This is a perfect addition to the Wyatt Brothers of Montana series and I recommend it to anyone who loves cowboys and small towns and is looking for a heartwarming Christmas story.
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