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Nash Lamont is a man about as solitary as they come. That's exactly why ranch life in middle-of-nowhere Happy, Texas suits him. So what the heck is he doing letting a beautiful widow and her three rambunctious children temporarily move in? Before he knows it, they're stringing Christmas lights and decorating the tree... and he's having the time of his life. But after everything he's been through, Nash knows this kind of happiness doesn't last.
Kasey Dawson thought she'd never get over the death of her husband. Nash, with his strong hands and infinite patience, is stirring something she hasn't felt in a long time. Kasey knows the sexy cowboy isn't telling her everything about this past, though. And she refuses to risk heartbreak all over again. But her kids have a plan of their own: Nothing will keep them from having a real family again-even if it takes a little help from Santa himself.
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|Title||:||Long, Tall Cowboy Christmas (Happy, Texas #2)|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||368 pages|
September 25, 2017
Long, Tall Cowboy Christmas was everything I love about Carolyn Brown’s romances, and more! A sexy cowboy, a sweet, but feisty heroine, playful banter, and three beyond cute kids! I guarantee this one will melt your heart!
Kasey Dawson McKay is a young mother left a widower when her Army husband,...
October 26, 2017
Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (live 12/14)
Cowboys! Cowboys at Christmas! Woo! Even if I did read it in August. lol
A sexy cowboy struggling with PTSD finally finding peace and comfort with a woman who sets his boots to moving and her three kids who des...
December 14, 2017
Three and a half stars: A delightful romance with holiday cheer, adorable kids and a happy ending, just right for holiday reading.
Kasey is still trying to get through each and every day. It has been two years since her husband, Adam, was killed on a top secret, overseas military mission, leaving...
November 01, 2017
Happy, Texas book 2, While I did enjoy the book there were a couple of aspect that kept me from loving it. I loved the main characters and their romance and the situation they are having to deal with, what bugged me is how backwards Happy sounds, it's like the whole town is a bunch of...
October 03, 2017
Captain Nash Lamont was discharged from the army two years ago after a tragic event that cost the life of half his team. He came back to Happy, Texas and now raise sheep.
Kasey McKay know the danger of war too. Her husband died, fighting for his country and never meeting the last child they conce...
December 01, 2017
I don’t usually read romance, but feeling festive, I decided to give this book a whirl. As I predicted it would be, it is extremely predictable. The writing needs editing as well. There’s too much dialogue and much of it is unrealistic.
November 11, 2017
It's little sister Kasey's turn to find love and healing in Happy, Texas. And Santa might just be listening to a little boy's Christmas wish for a daddy when his puppy finds its way onto Nash Lamont's Texas Star Ranch. I can't get enough of this author's home cooked cowboy romances.
Long, Tall Cow...
February 03, 2018
The story was cute, very appropriate for the holliday season. There was snow, Christmas trees and angel-costumed children.
I loved the young war widow and her three kids comming together with the damaged hero; I did not like the weird plot twist where he has a concussion and gets amnesia, so they...
August 11, 2017
My first read of this author and I just loved it! Transported right to small town Texas. I love a single parent story as well and this one had absolutely adorable children in it. Pulled at the heart strings at times. Nice slow friendship to romance to lovers. I would read more from this author in...
September 26, 2017
Received in exchange for a honest review.
I feel in love with this story. And I have to say Silas was so precious. that little boy steals your heart as much as he did Nash’s.
Nash at first comes off as a very quiet and haunted man. He carries a tremendous amount of guilt and is in Happy to find him...