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    Once Upon 4 Stars

    He’d be content to stay in New York and dodge his family’s questions about when and with whom he plans to settle down and if he will do so back at home. But Cody Ford’s father is getting any younger and Cody doesn’t’ want to miss any last chances to see him and the folks back on the ranch. Lexi Murphy is working as Cody’s dad’s new live-in nurse and she holds a grudge against Cody since he believed he was too good for a small-town girl but she ever forgot him. This second chance holiday romance is an angst ridden, emotionally gripping read that puts readers through an emotional wringer as Cody and Lexi tries to overcome the past and some emotional issues. Readers can’t help but experience all the emotions of the strong, compelling characters as they draw readers into their story which means they shed some tears but also hope and forgiveness as Cody works to prove that this time, he means business. The plots is steady paced and captivates readers right from the start while keeping the readers glued to the pages with suspense as the HEA remains in question until the very end. Lots of family and secondary characters add that something extra to the story that makes it enjoyable and while Cody may be a bit of over dramatic, the magic of the holiday season and spirit of togetherness during the holidays makes this a gratifying and entertaining read.
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    You Can Go Back

    This was my first Soraya Lane novel in the River Ranch series. All I can say is I cried and cried until I had to get the Kleenex box next to me. The Ford Family is getting together for what could be their father's last Christmas. Cody has made it big in the New York Business world and he always dreads his return to his family Texas Ranch. The pages are filled with the phrase "don't care or invest in emotional relationships". Experience this novel of young love reunited and the healing that takes place. "A copy of this book was provided by St. Martin's Press via Netgalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion." This reads fine as a Stand Alone!
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    Cowboy Romance - Holiday

    Once Upon A Cowboy Christmas by Soraya Lane River Ranch #3 Second chances don’t come to all but in this novel high school sweethearts Cody and Lexie get their second chance when Cody returns for the holidays and finds Lexie the caregiver her for his father who has terminal cancer. The two do not hit it off well and have a great deal of tension between them throughout the book. They may still care for one another but what they had 15 years ago id definitely different in the present. I had mixed feelings about the story. I found Cody a bit aloof, cold and cut off from his family and even himself. His focus was success and money and he seemed to have lost sight of those around him and the warmth relationships with family and friends might provide. I actually had trouble seeing why Lexie would want to have anything to do with him even though there were times I could see what she might have seen in Cody when he was a teenager...though that lighter-hearted more carefree person peeked out from time to time. I think the show-stealer of the story might have been Lexie’s son, Harry. He was such an open loving well-behaved child that he would be hard not to love. Did I enjoy the story? I think so Would I read more in this series? Probably Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the ARC – this is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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    3,5*

    So here's the deal ; I really really liked Lexi. With everything going on in her life she handled herself with grace and strength. With that said I'm not sure how I feel about Cody. While reading i just couldn't connect with him. I did warm up towards the end of the story but I wanted something more from him to feel like I loved him as a character. This story has a topic that hits home and I'm sure if I read this book in another time period I would be head over heels in love with it but for now I'm giving it 3.5*. ***Review copy provide by the publisher via NetGalley for an honest review***
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    Once Upon a Cowboy Christmas

    ARC for honest review with no compensation received from NetGalley, St. Martin’s Press Once Upon A Cowboy Christmas is book 3 in the River Ranch series by Soraya M. Lane, Christmas second chance romance, standalone, emotional read. Lexi and Cody we high school sweethearts but when he went to college he never returned and broke Lexi’s heart. Now 15 years later he returns to the family ranch and who does he see...Lexi, who is his father caregiver/nurse. Can these here two mend the past and move forward to a HEA or will Lexi’s grudge keep them apart?

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