Monday, December 20, 2021

Review: Texas Christmas Dare (The Rossis of Whiskey River #1) by Katherine Garbera

There’s no place like Whiskey River for the holidays…

Nico Rossi isn’t someone that people usually say no to—especially at Christmas time. Women have always been easy come, easy go for the branding expert, but he’s been off his game lately—especially when a beautiful small business owner turns his offer down. Coming home for his brother’s wedding offers him a chance to prove that he still has his legendary charm and business mojo.

Cressida Cormac avoids Christmas. Ten years ago, she lost everything during the holiday season and now copes by focusing on her business. But when Nico arrives at her door wearing a Santa hat and a sexy smile, daring her to give both him and Christmas a chance, she can’t say no.

As the Christmas season and Nico work their magic on her wounded heart, Cressida starts to wonder if this Texan can deliver lasting love or if it will all end in heartbreak?


My Review:

A business arrangement becomes much more.

What started out as a business proposal, turned into a December romance.  One that changed Cressida and Nico’s lives.  Nico helps Cressida leave her solitary life and fears behind and Nico learned what he wanted for his future.  But it wasn’t without some backsliding on Cressida’s part.  I was so happy Nico didn’t give up on Cressida and they were able to get their happy ending.

This book is the perfect start for The Rossis of Whiskey River series.



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