Callie Brewster didn’t figure she’d ever see Finn O’Donnell again when they parted company in Afghanistan. But when her little brother witnesses a killing, everything changes. The government says they’ll put him in witness protection, but Callie doesn’t trust anyone to protect her brother—except for Finn O’Donnell.
All Finn wants for Christmas is some peace and quiet on his newly purchased ranch. But he owes Callie Brewster his life, and he always repays a debt. Now there’s a woman in the house who joined the army to get away from ranching, a boy who is scared of his shadow, and a feud going on amongst the other ranchers. Yet in the midst of all the chaos, Finn is happier and more at peace than he’s ever been before…
I was trying to find the right words to describe how the book made me feel; imagine you’re sitting in your breakfast nook with a nice cup of coffee, the kids are outside the window playing with the dogs in the fresh fallen snow and you’re reading the book. You know that the world is not perfect, but for a few precious hours while reading this great story, you forget about your worries and enjoy a Cowboy Christmas. The fact that I neither have dogs nor a breakfast nook and it’s summer only shows you what a fantastic writer Carolyn Brown is.