Cowboy Kisses

Kissed by a Cowboy
Just shy of her thirtieth birthday, Haley Carston returns to Redbud Trails, Oklahoma, to care for her dying aunt. She thinks she’s ready for this homecoming. She’s spent years escaping her perpetual shyness and being Katie Michaels’ tag-along friend, but being back in her hometown brings back a lot of old memories, especially when she is faced with the cowboy she never forgot—Katie’s older brother, Maddox.
Twelve years ago, Maddox Michaels was supposed to be somebody. He had everything. A football scholarship. A Division I team scouting him. Maybe even a chance at the pros. Now, he’s a burned-out cowboy working day and night to stay ahead of his brother’s medical bills and keep their family farm from going bankrupt. And trying to be a father-figure for his niece, Olivia.
When Haley and Olivia start spending time together, Maddox can’t help remembering those dreams that died alongside his sister. Will being with Haley open his heart to new dreams?
Love Letters from Cowboy
When the love of his life is injured in combat, Ryan Michaels promises himself he won’t let any more time go by without ensuring she knows that he loves her. His problem? Ashley still sees him as the goofy high school kid that followed her everywhere.
Ashley Reynolds returns home to Redbud Trails, Oklahoma, a wounded veteran, with her Military Working Dog at her side. She’s concerned about her aging parents and doesn’t have time for a relationship—especially not one with a college dropout like Ryan.
But as Ashley dives back into the life she left behind, she discovers there’s much more to Ryan than she thought… there’s a man of honor and integrity. Will she open her heart and let Ryan in?
Mistletoe Cowboy
After suffering a career-ending injury, bull rider Justin Michaels has stalled out. At twenty-seven, he’s back in college trying to find direction for his life. He doesn’t have room for distractions—even pretty ones like the barista who sits next to him in class.
Valri North has spent her whole life taking care of her younger siblings. Now she’s a few credits away from completing her pre-med degree. She’s got her life planned out, until a disastrous assignment in class and a larger-than-life cowboy threaten to derail her carefully-ordered plans.
Justin determines to keep a budding friendship with Valri platonic… until a Christmas snowstorm forces the two into close proximity. How can he keep his feelings for Valri hidden when she’s too close for comfort?

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This is a three in one book. That means it has three novellas in one book. It is a super easy way to read novellas. Instead having five million novellas, you just have one million books.

Anyway, I really enjoyed this book. All of the novellas were really good. My favorite was Kissed by a Cowboy. I just really liked the story. Mistletoe Cowboy was my next favorite. Then it was Love Letters from Cowboy. So, all in all they were all great.

I was scrolling threw free books on my Kindle and found this book. It looked pretty interesting so I got it. I am happy to say I am not disappointed! I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a contemporary cowboy romance. It was a sweet clean read.

The cover was creative. I liked it, once again, because I couldn’t see the faces/full faces of the characters. I will give the cover…3 stars.

As for the book, I will give it 4 stars. If I would have liked the novellas just a little more, it would have gotten 5 stars. Either way, 4 stars is a great review!

 

Title: Cowboy Kisses

Author: Lacy Williams

Author’s Website: http://www.lacywilliams.net/

 

This review is written in my own opinions and words.

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