A Christmas Wren

"A Christmas Wren" was a different type of read. The story was a good one, with a solid plot and great sex scenes. The dialogue was a bit awkward for me. As a Southerner, we often use words like Honey and Baby when talking to most people, but this story used them in awkward positions that I wasn't too fond of. Most readers may not notice this problem or may find it appropriate. This is just an opinion from one reader. I also noticed a lot of repeated words and phrases. Some of them just seemed redundant. Once again, a regular reader might not spot this so they shouldn't put this book off just because of a reviewer's mention.

I think the title fit the book perfectly and the cover was a good view. If you enjoy Texans', snow, sex with a near stranger, and tender moments, this might be a book you'd like to pick up.

Book Blurb for A Christmas Wren

Wren is in Colorado to do a last favor for her grandmother when she meets a cowboy she just can't resist, at least for one night. Robin wants to warm Wren up, and he's more than willing to help her with her errand, but she doesn't think she wants to spend Christmas with a stranger, preferring to go home to Texas. When the weather has other plans for Wren, stranding her in the mountains, it's Robin who comes to the rescue, finding a way to keep her out of the storm. Cowboys might just be Wren's weakness, but there's nothing weak about accepting the gifts that Christmas brings.

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2011 3.50