There's nothing like a firefighting cowboy to keep you toasty warm this Christmas...
Christmas is coming up, and single mom Sydney Steele is determined to make this a holiday to remember for Wildcat Bluff County. She still has to get those pesky, reluctant—and deliciously attractive—firefighting cowboys to pose for her charity calendar. They claim they're too busy pursuing an unknown arsonist to take a break.
Dune Barrett has been flirting with Sydney for months, so he jumps at the chance to give her a hand. And when he agrees to pose as Mr. December, she couldn't be happier. But to really win her over, Dune will have to convince eleven other guys from his crew to exploit their good looks for charity...a task much easier said than done.
Smokin' Hot Cowboys:
A Cowboy Firefighter for Christmas (Book 1)
Blazing Hot Cowboy (Book 2)
A Very Cowboy Christmas (Book 3)
What People Are Saying About A Cowboy Firefighter for Christmas:
"This tale will melt even the iciest heart."—Publishers Weekly, STARRED Review
"A whole new type of holiday read. A little mystery and a lot of heat."—Night Owl Reviews
"Redford's novel is a fun, sexy read, one that is perfect for the upcoming holiday season." —RT Book Reviews
"A Cowboy Firefighter for Christmas will keep you warm and toasty and entertained in a big—and I mean Texas big—way."—USA Today Happily Ever After
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Kim Redford chases the chill away with her cuddle worthy firefighters. A Very Cowboy Christmas is better than any fiery chestnuts, sweeter than a barrel full of cocoa and warmer than the heaviest quilt. Dune and Sydney are a seductive combination of flirty and flashy that quickly morphs into brash and sassy. From the inside out this group of hot men give new meaning to toasty.
RATING 3.5 STARS A Very Cowboy Christmas is book three in the Smokin’ Hot Cowboys series by Kim Redford. Sydney Steele has been a widow for two years now and is a single mother to her eight year old daughter, Storm. She misses her husband every day. He was in the military, deployed and never came home. Her daughter is still having problems from the loss. Sydney loves Christmas and is determined to make this the best Christmas ever. She is a volunteer firefighter and as a way to raise much needed funds, she is trying to put together a calendar featuring the oh so hot cowboy firefighters she works with but they have been pretty hard to pin down with the photo shoot. At the same time, she is planning a huge Christmas festival at the newly renovated Sure-Shot Drive-in. The drive-in has been decorated all in retro fashion so in keeping with the theme, Sydney is going retro, from her clothes to driving around in her hot pink 1959 Cadillac. But when her caddy stops running on the side of the road, who comes to her rescue but fellow firefighter, Dune Barrett. Dune has been flirting with her for months. She has to admit that he is pretty easy on the eyes but after the loss of her husband, she has never moved forward, just kind of stayed in limbo. When Dune realizes how over loaded Sydney is with her projects, he pledges that he will help her with everything, take some of the burden off her shoulders. The more time they spend together, the harder it is for her to avoid her feelings. Maybe this Christmas it is time for her to finally move forward with her life. Maybe it is finally time to love again. Dune has been wanting to get closer to Sydney for months now. But Dune has pain in his past as well. He lost someone important to him and he has never been able to let it go. For the first time, though, he feels like he wants to. Sydney and her little girl feel like family. They feel like home. At the same time, though, an arsonist has been at work in town. Will they be able to catch him before he hurts someone? Before he burns down the brand new drive-in? This was such a sweet and sexy story. The only reason I didn’t give it four stars is because I struggled a bit with the dialogue. It just seemed a bit formal, somewhat awkward at times. I loved both Dune and Sydney and they were cute together but the awkwardness of the dialogue kind of took some of that connection away for me. With that being said, this was still a sweet Christmas story. I loved the drive-in and would have loved to go to such a festival. The author made me want to live in a town like this. I haven’t read the first two books in this series and still want to. Perhaps it would have helped my enjoyment of this one if I had read those first.