Review Tour: Lone Star Christmas by Delores Fossen

Lone Star Christmas
Coldwater Texas #1
Delores Fossen
September 25th 2018
HQN Books
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 384
Format Read: eARC
Source: Tour group/publisher via NetGalley

A family crisis brings him home...Just in time for Christmas Cattleman Callen Laramie has no intention of returning to his hometown of Coldwater, Texas, until a Christmas wedding and a family secret convince him he has no choice. And when he's reunited with his childhood crush, the girl who'd always been off-limits, Callen knows leaving might not be so easy this time. 

Shelby McCall is as pretty as a Christmas snowfall, and Callen wants to kiss her under the mistletoe...and the Christmas tree...and the stars. But once Shelby knows the whole truth behind this homecoming, will their holiday fling come to an abrupt end? Or will she accept the gift of his heart?

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It seems I've been on a Christmas reading roll. They Christmas season isn't even here and I've already read more then ten holiday books. Crazy right! If I had wanted to find this many to read during the holidays I wouldn't be able to. 

I will say I've been enjoying reading them. They have really help put me in the mood for buying new Christmas decorations and doing my holiday crafts. 

Today I'm reviewing Lone Star Christmas which is book #1 of Fossen's new Coldwater Texas series. I really love starting new series. It's a plus when that new series is a Christmas cowboy story. 

I found Lone Star Christmas to be a wonderfully written story. It's full of laughter, fun characters and touching moments. I loved this small-town. It was so much fun. The other characters really made it for me. More then once they gave me a chuckle. 

There are very many moments in this book that make you think, in a good way. I enjoyed the interaction between Callen and Shelby. These two have history and as kids aren't allow to be romantically involved. They aren't kids anymore. 

I'm so glad that Callen came home for his foster father's wedding and to be there when his foster father Buck needs him. Sometimes you have to be there for the people who were there for you. 

This is truly worth the read. My only small issue with the story is that it didn't have enough holiday spirit in it. Other then some decorations it wasn't till the end of the story that it felt holidayish. For those who don't know I love the holidays with all the fun times and decor so maybe I was asking a lot from the story. Not everyone is crazy like me. 

If you've read Lone Star Christmas or any other book by Delores Fossen I'd love to hear your thoughts. Thanks for visiting and happy reading! ♡

Delores Fossen’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Monday, September 24th: From the TBR Pile

Tuesday, September 25th: Moonlight Rendezvous

Wednesday, September 26th: Diary of a Stay at Home Mom

Thursday, September 27th: Thoughts on This ‘n That

Friday, September 28th: What is That Book About – excerpt

Monday, October 1st: Books & Spoons

Tuesday, October 2nd: Laura’s Reviews

Wednesday, October 3rd: Stranded in Chaos

Thursday, October 4th: @_ebl_inc_

Friday, October 5th: Jathan & Heather – review & excerpt

Monday, October 8th: Romancing the Readers

Monday, October 8th: The Sassy Bookster

Tuesday, October 9th: Books and Bindings

Wednesday, October 10th: A Night’s Dream of Books

Thursday, October 11th: A Chick Who Reads

Friday, October 12th: @remarkablylisa

Monday, October 15th: Books & Blends

Tuesday, October 16th: Evermore Books

Tuesday, October 16th: Becca the Bibliophile – review & excerpt

Wednesday, October 17th – Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

Thursday, October 18th: What I’m Reading

Friday, October 19th: @omg.kacie.reads and omg.kacie.reads


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