Christmas at Copper Mountain by Jane Porter

91vcE3DqjnL._SL1500_Title:  Christmas at Copper Mountain (A Copper Mountain Christmas)

Author: Jane Porter

Genre: Romance M/F

Length: Novella (119 pages)

Publisher: Tule Publishing Group LLC (November 29th, 2013)

Heat Level: Moderate to Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts

Reviewer: LeeAnn

Blurb: Since the loss of her family in a plane crash, Harley Diekerhoff had led a quiet life and keeps to herself. Taking a temporary job at the Copper Mountain Ranch as widower Brock Sheenan’s housekeeper seems perfect for her. But her clam cocoon is invaded with the arrival of Brock’s pre-teen twins, Mack and Molly who’ve never experienced a proper Christmas and before she knows it, Harley’s determined to make their holiday perfect.

Annoyed at first by Harley’s interference, Brock is secretly pleased she’s changed Mack and Molly’s world. It doesn’t hurt that he finds Harley incredibly attractive, fierce, smart and passionate. It’s also an added bonus that she’s not afraid to challenge him and get his blood heated! But when sparks fly and the attractions sizzles between them, Harley’s not so sure she can handle something permanent with this dark, taciturn cowboy who doesn’t know how to let her in. But Brock is determined to hold on to her and praying for a Christmas miracle….

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Review:  From the very beginning of this book, I knew it was going to be good. The descriptions of the Montana winter Harley was experiencing, the smells and sights drop the picture right in front of you to see and admire.

I loved how the two, Harley and Brock responded to each other throughout the book. Brock’s description of what Harley Diekerhoff was supposed to look like based on her name alone was hilarious! Older, well-built, muscular with a light moustache above her lip.  NOT the gorgeous woman with wonderful curves that were basically driving him to distraction. The way they came together, even though there were a few, shall we say disagreements, was wonderful.

Made me tear up toward the end. You’ll know where when you get there. Try not to tear up …I dare you! A must read…you will NOT be sorry!


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