Harland County Christmas

Prequel Novella / Harland County Series

Ms. Michaels has outdone herself yet again! I love Harland County Christmas with Jen and Brock. Even though these two characters have been in other stories prior to this one, we finally get to read their story. I fell in love with Brock for not only his good looks, but also his strong and tender personality. I wanted Jen to seriously consider exploring what could possibly be the best thing that’s ever happened to her. This was one of those stories that had plenty of romance and humor in it. If you’re looking for a feel-good story to get lost in for a little bit, look no further. Ms. Michaels is one of those authors that you should consider putting on your list!

Jen is one year away from graduating with an accounting degree, and she’s looking for a guy who’s serious about relationships, and not one-night stands. But, when she returns to Harland County she sees that none other than Brock, a hot ranch hand who she had a fling with in the past, and things get complicated fast. Is there still sparks flying between these two?

Book Blurb for Harland County Christmas

Accounting major Jen has one more year before she graduates and moves out of Harland County to find a corporate job and maybe a good-looking businessman to boot. Cowboys were handsome and fun, but they didn’t stick. Neither did ranch hands. Experience has taught her they come and go, and some took a piece of her heart with them. Well, no more handsome, sexy, cowboys. She wanted a stay around, stable, lifetime type of guy.

Then she returns to the family ranch for the summer to discover Brock, the hot, one-night stand she’d given herself permission to enjoy right after finals, is the new ranch hand. And dang it, she’s just as drawn to his sexy grin, gorgeous green eyes and quiet strength. As the summer ends, classes resume, and the holidays near, the handsome, alpha cowboy has her rethinking her future. So does the unborn baby she’s carrying. Maybe sticking around Harland County isn’t so bad—if she could get Brock to stay, and break out of the ‘leave Jen and move on to another ranch’ mold.

Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2015 5.00