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Her Mistletoe Cowboy (The Wildflower Ranch #2; A Marietta Christmas #3) Read Her Mistletoe Cowboy The Wildflower Ranch 2 A Marietta Christmas 3 By Alissa Callen Jackkellyfilm.co.uk Corporate Analyst, Ivy Bishop, Intends Spending Christmas Holed Up In An Isolated Montana Ranch House With Only An Abandoned Puppy For Company When The Festive Season Ends Her Broken Heart Might Just Have Had Just Enough Time To Heal Ex Rodeo Rider, Rhett Dixon, Has Put His Playing Days Behind Him He Has Something To Prove Despite Being The First Son In Three Generations Of Ranchers, He Is Determined To Succeed In Ranching On His Own Merits But When Rhett S New Neighbor Proves To Be Far Too Pretty And Far Too Compassionate, His Single Minded Focus Deserts Him And The Time Ivy Spends With The Workaholic, Blue Eyed Cowboy Next Door The She Realizes Her Heart Isn T Actually Broken Yet Montana Born Christmas Book 1 Blame The Mistletoe By Dani Collins Book 2 Mistletoe Wedding By Melissa McClone Book 3 Her Mistletoe Cowboy By Alissa Callen Book 4 Cowboy, It S Cold Outside By Katherine Garbera

10 thoughts on “Her Mistletoe Cowboy (The Wildflower Ranch #2; A Marietta Christmas #3)

  1. says:

    3.5 sThe freezing conditions in the Montana mountains was especially noticeable at the Rose Crown ranch Ivy Bishop had had three long days of driving to reach the ranch and when the lock in the front door was frozen solid she couldn t believe her bad luck Fortunately she had been

  2. says:

    Opening line He had Company My Thoughts Ivy Bishop is a successful corporate analyst based in Atlanta, orphaned as a child and brought up by her grandparents she arranges to buy her grandfather s childhood home as a surprise Sadly her grandparents pass away before she can reveal what she ha

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    This was a wonderfully written story about two lost souls that find each other I loved the main female character, Ivy Bishop She is smart, sexy, and down to earth She meets Rhett Dixon when she arrives at the ranch, that had been in her family for generations Ivy has come to lick her wounds and re ce

  4. says:

    This is a very insightful novel Callen takes what could be an ordinary Christmas romance and transforms it into something , while keeping all of the magic and romance of the season She brings Marietta to life in a vivid manner that will draw you into the heart of the tale Her down to earth narrative combined w

  5. says:

    Loved it So glad Rhett finally got his HEA When Ivy Bishop shows up on the Rose Crown she is just looking for a little peace and quiet to heal from a very bad breakup But sexy neighbor Rhett Dixon has her brain going a little crazy and thinking maybe being alone is all it s cracked up to be When Rhett bought the land su

  6. says:

    Good read1 3 2 I read these out of order, which is ok because they could be standalone, but so much better in order This author writes modern cowboy romance with knowledge and heart Sexy, hunky cowboys and independent, sassy women A whisper of sex, but not...

  7. says:

    A wonderful Christmas story Fun and easy to read A nice and flowing story that brings past and future characters together I really appreciate the non descriptive sexy scenes Great work, keep it up

  8. says:

    Likable characters and nice sweet romance Comfort food

  9. says:

    Ivy Bishop, with a successful career in Atlanta, jumped at the chance to reacquire her grandfather s childhood home, Rose Crown Ranch, planning to move her grandparents back there to live out the rest of her days Unfortunately, they passed away before it could happen, and, when her personal life implodes, she walks away from her career and heads to the ranch

  10. says:

    Alissa I love your books Her Mistletoe Cowboy is very good I have the whole series and this is the third book for me I started with the fifth book first and jumped the rest and loving each one, and have added you to my list of very good authors Thank you Ada G.I love your writing ...

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