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    Sweet read

    This is a nice sweet small town holiday romance. For me though it was almost too sweet. Dan is a great character but he takes nice to an almost unbelievable level. I'm not a fan of Sophie. I understood her need to stand on her own two feet but any mother knows that when there is a baby involved sometimes you just have to swallow your pride and accept the help. Instead of being grateful for the kindness shown to her by Dan and the town Sophie is resentful almost to the point of being rude. I had a hard time understanding why Dan was drawn to Sophie. It seemed that he was in love with the idea of being in love rather than Sophie herself. Perhaps this is just my own cynical view. The book does have good points. It's very well written and like them or not the characters are well developed and memorable. Overall though the story just wasn't for me.
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    4 Stars

    *ARC received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review" Pregnant and stranded in Wyoming in a the middle of a snow storm, Sofie Pennington is rescued by all around good guy Dan Rigby. As they get to know one another, Dan and Sofie learn to stop running away and to love and trust again. This is a wonderfully sweet Christmas romance that will have you cheering the happy couple on.A big thumbs up for the Cowboy's Christmas Baby.
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    Fun read!

    3.5 stars. This is the first book that I’ve read from Jennifer Hoopes and I got to say that I am glad I was not disappointed. I really liked this book. Dan and Sofie might have both been running away from their past but once they meet, they both realized that getting stuck in the middle of the road because of the cows was the greatest thing that could have happened to them. Sofie might have had trust issues and had a hard time believing Dan was not trying to control her but at the end she realized that Dan was nothing like her ex and that true love and second chances do happen. ***Received this ARC by NetGalley as an exchange for an honest review.
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    Love Fly Creek!

    I love these Fly Creek books and this one was great. I need a cowboy like Dan! What a sweetheart. Dan is leaving Fly Creek in the middle of the night at the same time that 8 months pregnant Sofie has driven cross country to her sister in Fly Creek both getting stopped on a herd of cows crossing the road. Neither can move. Sofie getting out of the car tries to shoo the cows along, she makes her way over to Dan who is now asleep in his truck knowing the cows will take their time... Sofie is mad. She thinks Dan holds some magic wand with the cows and Dan can't resist teasing her about not being from there, including the way she's dressed. When she walks off and loses her footing he insists on taking her to the hospital to get checked. She tells him she's staying at the ranch (where he just left) and is there to surprise her sister Emily for the holidays. Sofie has left her controlling ex behind, packed what little she has and is moving to Fly Creek. So Dan returns to the ranch with Sofie and gets her settled. Dan's got his issues with being good old dependable Dan. Sofie has some serious issues with wanting to to everything on her own and refuses help from anyone. Anyone who does anything wants to control her. The people in this town are generous and kind and it's their giving, nosey, busy body nature to help one another. Sofie can't get her head around that. Especially when she and Dan start developing feelings for each other. I wanted to slap Sofie for the way she treated Dan. What a little witch she was. Nasty ex or not, she had no reason to do the things she did. Especially after all they'd been through and she knew how Dan felt about things. This is a great Christmas story. I really enjoyed the book, especially the bussing. Honestly when I read that, the last time I heard that was when I visited family. Not a common word for giving someone a kiss of greeting. Great memories for me there Jennifer, thank you. Great read and another great Fly Creek story! arc from NetGalley and Entangled for an honest review
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