Christmas on the Ranch by Arlene James and Lois Richer ~ Review

Christmas on the Ranch: The Rancher's Christmas Baby\Christmas Eve Cowboy (Love Inspired)
Lucie's Review:

The Rancher's Christmas Baby
Dixon has gotten used to coming home to an empty house since his mother left when he was eighteen, so he is surprised to come home to a young woman holding a baby, and a frail older woman standing in his kitchen.

Fawn Amber quickly sets Dixon straight on a lot of things, she left her sister and her job to help her friend Jackie make amends with her son.

Jackie has a bad heart and lost her husband she wants to reconnect with Dixon in hopes that he will care for his baby sister when she is gone.

I like Fawn, she is plucky and outspoken, she challenges Dixon to try and see his mother's side of things.

I like how Dixon's heart softens towards his mother and younger sister as he get's to know them.

This is a great fast moving story with great characters, is romantic, with great touches of humor.

Christmas Eve Cowboy
Dr. Elizabeth Kendall and her daughter are enjoying the Christmas festivities of Snowflake, where they meet Brett Carlisle who is selling puppies. One of the puppies promptly falls in love with Zoey, but Elizabeth is not interested in having a puppy.

Brett helps Elizabeth and Zoey adjust to life in a small town, he is also in charge of the children's Christmas choir. Elizabeth loves music, but her ex had always been very judgmental of all of her attempts.

Brett has always dreamed of becoming a veterinarian, and now he's torn, because he has been given the opportunity to leave Snowflake and make his dreams come true, just when he's found a reason to stay.

Elizabeth and Brett are both believers and they encourage each other to look past their pasts and believe in second chances. Great read!

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