Review & Giveaway: Sweet Cowboy Christmas by Candis Terry

Sweet Cowboy Christmas Sweet, Texas # 3.5
By: Candis Terry
Releasing November 25th, 2014
Avon Impulse

Mistletoe, holly, and cowboys, oh my! Christmas in Texas has never been sweeter.

Years ago, Chase Morgan traded in his dusty cowboy boots for the shimmering lights of New York City and a fast track up the corporate ladder. But when his shiny life is turned on end just in time for Christmas, Chase knows he needs to reevaluate even if that means going home to Texas to endure his least favorite holiday.

When Mr. Tall, Dark, and Smoking Hot walks through her door at the Magic Box Guest Ranch, Faith Walker sees just another handsome, rich exec looking to play cowboy for a week-at her expense. She’s sure the grumpy, but sexy as hell Scrooge will put a crimp in her holly jolly plans. Until a sizzling kiss has her seeing him in a new light.

Chase is haunted by secrets, and even though it goes entirely against her “hands off the guests” rule Faith is tempted to help him leave the past behind. As the magic of the season swirls around them, she is determined to succeed because now she is certain one sweet, cowboy Christmas will never be enough

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My God, you’re gorgeous.” Passion ignited the thick arousal surging through his veins.
You might be gorgeous too.” Her head tilted, and a smile brushed her lips. “Hard to tell with all those clothes on.”
Laughter tickled his chest, and he surrendered to the heated curiosity in her eyes. He held his arms. “Maybe you can remedy that problem.”
She came forward, and he was immediately consumed with her honeyed scent. He wanted his hands all over her–now–and he didn’t think she’d argue if he took her hard and fast. But with her, he wasn’t in for a lightning round. Tonight, he wanted a pleasure cruise.
I hope you came prepared to play.” She smiled up at him while her fingers trailed down the front of his shirt, unbuttoning it along the way. When the cotton fabric hung free from his shoulders, her warm fingers played over his chest, ran through the short hairs, then tweaked his hard nipples.
Her soft, seductive laughter rippled through him like the slow build to a hot orgasm. Then she leaned in, kissed his chest, and slicked her tongue across his nipple. “Mmmm. Definitely gorgeous.”
Unable to bear the heavy lust pounding through his veins another second, he kicked off his shoes, yanked a rag quilt off the back of the sofa along with a couple of pillows, and tossed them on the rug in front of the fireplace. Then he pulled her up into his arms until her legs wrapped around his waist. Her sweet scent engulfed him, made him even hungrier for her.
As the fire crackled in the hearth, and Michael BublĂ© crooned, “Baby, please come home for Christmas,” Chase eased her down to the floor.
Playtime’s over, sweet thing. Time to get down to business.”

Author Info
Candis Terry was born and raised near the sunny beaches of Southern California and now makes her home on an Idaho farm. She’s experienced life in such diverse ways as working in a Hollywood recording studio to chasing down wayward steers. Only one thing has remained the same: her passion for writing stories about relationships, the push and pull in the search for love, and the security one finds in their own happily ever after.

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If you haven't yet read a book by Candis Terry you don't know what you're missing. Do yourself a favor and read Sweet Cowboy Christmas. This tasty little morsel will draw you into the Sweet Texas Series and keep you there. As always you'll find wonderfully real characters that are well-written. A story you won't be able to put down until you've finish the book. Even then, your mind with be in the town of Sweet. You'll enjoy Chase and Faith's story. Both have things in their past that they need to deal with and with the help of each other they do.  It's such a wonderful holiday story. Make sure to add this series to you Christmas list. Happy Holidays! 


  1. Ann! Thank you so much for hosting my tour and especially for the wonderful review! I'm so glad you liked Chase and Faith's story.

  2. I liked your review. I'm glad you recommended me to her books a few years back.


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