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    Cowboy Christmas Romance

    Cowboy Christmas Homecoming by June Faver Dark Horse Cowboys #4 Zach and Stephanie meet and the rest of the book tells how they end up with their HEA. Zach is back from the war and the ranch he thought would be his was sold by his mother so he is at is uncle’s ranch instead. Stephanie is a firefighter and has her eye on two orphans that need her. There is a bad guy out to do Stephanie wrong but Zach usually shows up in the nick of time to save her. There is a dance. There are some firefighting scenes. The bad guys show up a few times and are thwarted. People from past books make appearances. A special surprise arrives for Zach. The two eventually end up together and ride off into the sunset...well...maybe after they say their vows. This book seemed formulaic to me. I didn’t feel any real pull between the two main characters and felt the story was rather placid with one plot idea following another without really drawing me in. There wasn’t anything wrong with the characters or their story but there wasn’t anything special about them or their romance either. Did I enjoy this book? Not so much Would I read more in this series? No Thank you to NetGalley and Sourcebooks for the ARC – This is my honest review. 2-3 Stars
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    A heartwarming, festive story but MC's lacked a sp

    Cowboy Christmas Homecoming is the fourth book in the Dark Horse Cowboys series. And introduces cousin Zach, a soldier who comes back to Langston, a shell of the man he used to be, mourning the passing of his father and the only home he has ever known. And whilst it was an enjoyable, festive story. That delivered moments of mystery and suspense. It was also a little predictable and honestly the romance didn't really excite me. Still, there's no denying it was engaging and heartwarming to read. Plus, it was packed full of compassionate, likable characters and it certainly left me with a nice warm feeling when it was over. And I would recommend it to others, especially if you've enjoyed the previous books in this series. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**
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    A Bigger Than Life Garrett Christmas

    This is a great Christmas Goodness story! I really enjoyed reading it, coming back to Big Jim Garrett's brood of sons and a nephew that's like his son. Zach comes back troubled and when he meets Stephanie, he feels calmer. She is a firefighter, so a totally rocking heroine, but has big troubles of her own. Some of the story was a bit predictable, and some I never saw coming. This family has the biggest hearts and when danger comes, they're there, front and center. A lot of emotions will hit you, so be prepared to feel everything. I received an advance reader copy thru Netgalley and am giving my honest opinions voluntarily
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    5 Star Christmas Homecoming

    He’s come home from war, haunted by PTSD and trying to fit in to what has become an alien world so Zach isn’t sure he’s up for a noisy, boisterous Garrett Christmas. Stephanie Gale is a firefighter and EMT, who got her life under control…until she locks eyes with Zach and realizes her heart is in a whole new kind of danger. This holiday romance warms the heart while tugging at every heart string a readers has and there is absolutely no one could not fall far this solider cowboy. The emotional turmoil in this story flows with eager abandon from every page and puts readers though the gauntlet of them all as Stephanie and the Garrett family give Zach back some of what he lost. The characters are strong, compelling, and believable, easily drawing readers into their story while the romance sizzles with lots of chemistry and the holiday makes a perfect backdrop and time for such new beginning for such a wonderful couple. Surprising twist captivates readers while the hero steals readers’ hearts and the fierce heroine fits perfectly with Zach and readers just know that the couple will definitely have a forever ever after. The steady pace along with all the happenings with family and friends, celebrations, adoptions and births adds such wonderful and delightfully warm feelings that readers can’t help but sigh in happiness and envy as the this romance fills them full of holiday spirit.
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    Pleasant enough story

    A pleasant story set around a close ranching family, a former Army Ranger, and a female firefighter. Zach is part of the Garrett ranching family, but in the 10 years he was an Army Ranger his Father died and his Mother got into financial trouble and sold the ranch that he expected to come home to. So on his return to civilian life he went to stay with his uncle, Big Jim Garrett, and his cousins at their thriving ranch. He did feel quite sorry for himself initially, but soon got caught up in working on the Garrett ranch, and when he met Steph, the female firefighter, his life took on new meaning. There was an underlying story of a guy who was terrorising Steph, after she saved two children, but failed to save their Mother after their Father killed her and escaped. The Father and his brothers were sending her threats as one of the young children gave a statement that his Father killed his Mother, and Steph was very involved with the children and trying to adopt them. I liked the story, but for some reason just couldn't get involved in their lives, it all felt a bit rushed for me really. Steph and Zach went on two dates and then they moved in with each other. I felt it jumped around a bit with the characters, but then didn't really go anywhere. I was looking forward to the 'lost army dog' story but that wasn't until near the end. So a nice, easy reading story, but just missing a certain something that I couldn't quite put my finger on for me.
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