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    Great Cowboy/Firefighter Combo

    This book stole my heart when I found out the little ranch town was a haven for cats - not just any cats, but Hemingway cats (Polydactyls). As Misty explores the town, she finds them everywhere and they each have a special personality. It was a beautiful touch to really make the town unique from all the other western towns I've read about. Now, Misty is on a mission to find out who has been burning down the Christmas Tree Farms. Which seemed like a bit of an odd job to take on considering she hates Christmas and she's terrified of fires - but OK. Within the first two pages she's been dragged into helping put out a brush fire with local hottie Trey Duvall. I have to admit to really admiring Misty at this point for diving right in during a crisis and leaving her fear behind her to help save the day. This first scene really sets the stage for the rest of the book. Misty and Trey find themselves together in a variety of crisis fire situations that just keep getting more and more out of hand and dangerous. But throughout these fires, they have a chance to get to know each other and really develop an actual relationship - not just a lust at first sight. My only complaint about the story was that the bad guys were a little too obvious and the characters a little too dense to spot it. I had the pegged two sentences after meeting them. It wasn't very well hidden and it made Misty and Trey seem just a little dumb at times - especially Misty since she is supposedly an expert in solving problems and finding out who is sabotaging things. Great romance, great characters - and kitties, but the suspense/mystery element really needed some work. There was just enough Christmas to make this a bit of a gushy holiday romance, but not so much it got overdone. *This book was received in exchange for an honest review*
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    A Cowboy Firefighter for Christmas

    This story was priceless. The plot was intriguing and the premise sound. I enjoyed the fire investigation aspect of the story. It wasn’t overly suspenseful, but it was quite intriguing. The characters in this novel were fun, funny, and genuine. Redford develops her characters in a fantastic manner. The tender-hearted cowboy/firefighter was a blast. The combination of firefighter and cowboy was fantastic. This was a light, fluffy read that I definitely had fun with. It’s a great Christmas tale, and a fun for all story year round. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
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    Fantastic Read Year-Round!

    A Cowboy Firefighter For Christmas by Kim Redford is a fantastic read any time of the year. Ms. Redford has delivered a book that is well written and filled it with amazing characters. Misty is a professional troubleshooter and has been hired by Texas Timber to find out if the fires around Wildcat Bluff are arson or if someone burned their tree farm. Trey is a rancher and volunteer firefighter. Misty and Trey's story is packed, cover to cover, with action, drama, humor, suspense and more than one kind of heat. I enjoyed reading A Cowboy Firefighter For Christmas and look forward to reading more from Kim Redford in the future. A Cowboy Firefighter For Christmas is book 1 of the Smokin' Hot Cowboys Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

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