Book Review: The Last Christmas Cowboy by Maisey Yates

SERIES– A Gold Valley Novel

PUBLISHER– Harlequin

PAGES– 352

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Description

Cowgirl Rose Daniels is determined to play matchmaker to ensure her beloved sister will meet someone under the mistletoe. She enlists the reluctant help of family friend Logan Heath, but his insistence that she doesnโ€™t understand chemistry is exasperating. Until they share one electrifying moment that shows her exactly what chemistry is all about, and it becomes outrageously, irresistibly intriguingโ€ฆ

Logan hates the holidays. They are a painful reminder of the family he lost and a time of year he always wants to spend on his own. But Rose refuses to let him. Loganโ€™s worked for years to keep his attraction to her under wrapsโ€”sheโ€™s his best friendโ€™s youngest sister and she couldnโ€™t be more off-limits. Heโ€™s the last cowboy that innocent Rose should ever kiss, but this Christmas, maybe Logan will become the only cowboy sheโ€™ll ever want.

Review

I really enjoyed this book. It is not the first book I have read by this author and she never disappoints in her stories. From start to finish her writing is just lovely. This is such a heartwarming story. Two people finding a way to be together after knowing each other their whole lives. The perfect read right around Christmas. Rose and Logan have such chemistry. If you are a fan of romance you will greatly enjoy this book!

About the Author

Maisey Yates is a New York Times bestselling author of over one hundred romance novels. Whether she’s writing strong, hard working cowboys, dissolute princes or multigenerational family stories, she loves getting lost in fictional worlds. An avid knitter with a dangerous yarn addiction and an aversion to housework, Maisey lives with her husband and three kids in rural Oregon. Check out her website, maiseyyates.com or find her on Facebook.

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