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  • Tis the season

    5 star review of A Real Cowboy For The Holidays (Wyoming Rebels #9) by Stephanie Rowe My favourite holiday of the year is Christmas, a time for family and friends to get together and celebrate. I cannot think of anything more fun than to own a Christmas tree farm. I love single parent stories and quickly became invested in Emma Rollins and smoke jumper Quintin Stockton’s story. Recovering from a potentially career ending injury Quinton is convinced to help Emma as she struggles to keep the farm going. From the moment they met I felt as though these two were meant to be together, add in Emma’s young son, Ethan and I knew we were in for an entertaining read. The relationship between Quintin and Ethan just about melted my heart. The characters were easy to relate too and it was heart warming to watch their relationship develop. Could Emma finally have found the happiness that has evaded her? Has Quinton finally found a family to love? One click and find out.

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  • Merry Christmas from the Stocktons

    I love Stephanie's Wyoming Rebel books hard to believe the series is almost finished only one more book to go. Quintin is such a great man and the way he is with Ethan and Emma is fantastic. Sometimes I wish I had a Cowboy like one of the Stockton brothers. The way the Stockton's and Hart's band together to help Emma and her son is amazing. Emma has had a tough 6 years and coming home with her son to her family is just what they all needed the Christmas season. If you have not read the Wyoming Rebel series you need to pick up the set and immerse yourself in the lives of the Stockton's you will not be disappointed

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  • Love this series

    Every book in this series is like catching up with family, and this book is even more so now that all but two Stockton brothers have found their true love. The Rollin Tree Farm is a magical place and where Quintin first saw a real family show each other love. It’s also likely where he found a love and calling to protect forests which he has protected as a smokejumper. Quintin is still struggling with the physical pain from the significant leg injury and four subsequent surgeries trying to repair it along with the frustration knowing he may have to give up his job which is his sole passion and what keeps him sane. He isn’t feeling the Christmas spirit and begrudgingly takes two of his nephews to see Santa at the Rollins Tree Farm which ends up being life changing. Emma is home for the holidays with her 6-year old son Ethan. She’s trying to see if the Christmas magic of the tree farm, and time spent with his grandparents will help heal the emotional wounds he suffered from a horrible bullying situation when he started kidney in the fall. Reading as little Ethan discovers a friend in Quintin and Emma and Quintin fall in love is so heartwarming as well as entertaining. Each of them is reluctant and hopeful, and wanting to run from the intense emotions they are feeling. The Stockton/Hart clan is once again there to provide the love and support needed to bring home another brother and to help Quintin as he discovers the healing magic of love with the woman who heals his soul. I love this series and am excited to see the final brother, Caleb, come home and to learn his story. I received an ARC from the author and I am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • A Christmas Must read

    Have your tissues at the ready as Stephanie Rowe is about to take you on an emotional magically Christmas ride. It wouldn't be Christmas without a Wyoming Rebels story and I have to say Quintin and Emma were the perfect pair to be our Christmas seasonal couple, but for me, Emma's young son Ethan stole the show, I dare anyone not to full in the love with this brave wonderful young man. Nerdy Girl and Rebel Boy were the names that this couple gave each other in school many years ago and now for the first time since then they are both back in town for Christmas. Each couple is dealing with their own form of hurt and tragedy. Quintin, who is constantly running from the demons that live in him due to his rough upbringing, deals with it is as a smokejumper, but after an accident, he now may need to rethink his career, he wasn't expecting to spend Christmas surrounded by his family and he wasn't expecting to bump into Nerdy Girl, but when he does he can see there is a sadness that never leaves her eyes, but for some reason, he is drawn to Emma and Ethan. Emma has come home to regroup and spend time with her mom and dad, but everyone seems to be hiding something, her bright light is Ethan and now Rebel Boy is making her feel things she hasn't felt in a very long time. But with the magic that surrounds this little Wyoming town, like a snow globe, you hope that after the shake-ups and the revelations that are about to be revealed, Quintin, Emma and Ethan will be the perfect family in the middle of that magically snow globe.

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  • I love a good Christmas story

    Stephanie has done it yet again! This is hands down my favorite series. Nothing like a cowboy coming home for Christmas. The story will leave you laughing and crying! Quinton comes home to his brothers ranch after a freak accident. Emma is in town to see her parents. Will the spark still be there from high school? Can they both overcome there past? If your in need of a feel good book please consider this one. I know you'll be hooked!

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