Paperback ¶ Colorado Christmas MOBI Á

Paperback  ¶ Colorado Christmas MOBI Á
    Paperback ¶ Colorado Christmas MOBI Á wayAnd Christmas is the best time to do it!."/>
  • Paperback
  • 219 pages
  • Colorado Christmas
  • C.C. Coburn
  • English
  • 03 March 2017
  • 9780373752874

Colorado Christmas✴ [BOOKS] ⚡ Colorado Christmas By C.C. Coburn ✾ – Essayreview.co.uk Judge Becky McBride has recently landed in the small town of Spruce Lake, Colorado, with her son, Nicolas, and she doesn't want to stay there long The former bigcity lawyer sees this sixmonth gig as h Judge Becky McBride has recently landed in the small town of Spruce Lake, Colorado, with her son, Nicolas, and she doesn't want to stay there long The former bigcity lawyer sees this sixmonth gig as her ticket to a courtroom in Denver She can't wait to leave the town and its eccentric residentsespecially the handsome and irrepressible Will O'MalleyWill loves skiing, dogs, his hometownand Becky She might not trust him or his intentions, but he's fallen hard for her and nineyearold Nick Not only that, her son's just as crazy about him Now Will has to convince Becky that she feels exactly the same wayAnd Christmas is the best time to do it!.


About the Author: C.C. Coburn

I've been fascinated by the Rocky Mountains for as long as I can rememberGrowing up in an Australian outback town with no TV and only one radio station, my summer evenings were spent lying on the back lawn looking up at the stars and trust me, in the Aussie outback the stars shine very brightly!Winter nights were spent inside around the fire, curled up with the latest issue of the National Geogra.


10 thoughts on “Colorado Christmas

  1. says:

    This book is SO bad. SO bad. It features a pig that runs around in a tutu. And a man who can't understand the word 'no' and tries to kiss women against their will - that's the 'hero.' I got to page 47 and I just can't with this shit. It's too bad even for me.

  2. says:

    I read this on summer vacation which was okay if you're missing winter or snow or Colorado. It was a good story with uptight Becky loosening up enough to enjoy Christmas in a small town with a former ski bum, Will O'Malley. So many characters, especially Will's family, that the story would have made an awesome Harlequin SuperRomance, too.

    Nick, her son, certainly helped move the romance along and the action with the avalanche was exciting. All I can say is, in the middle of an August heat wave, bring on the snow cones or ice cream or a handy dandy snowfall and then we can go back to enjoying summer again.

  3. says:

    3.5 stars. It’s a warm, feel good story about good people, good relationships, and close family time at Christmas.

    STORY BRIEF:
    Becky is divorced with a 9-year-old son Nick who has a genius IQ and wears leg braces due to mild cerebral palsy. She took a temporary six-month job as a judge in the small town of Spruce Lake, Colorado. She hopes to get a permanent job as a judge in Denver when this job is over. For intellectual stimulation, she has Nick in classes two years ahead of his age. He suffers daily from bullying at school.

    Will was a ski-movie actor who nearly died in a recent avalanche. As a result and due to nightmares about it, he gave up skiing and returned home to Spruce Lake to decide what to do. A developer is planning to tear down some vacant buildings in town and replace them with modern condos. Will organizes a group of locals to stop the developers. They vandalize the developers’ equipment. As a result, Will appears in Becky’s courtroom, pleads guilty, and agrees to her punishments. From the moment he sees her, he knows she’s the one for him, and he plans to marry her. He does all the right things, but she won’t go out with him. She believes he has no job, no assets, and no future. She’s been hurt by her father and her ex-husband and won’t trust men.

    REVIEWER’S OPINION:
    This is a feel good story. Not a lot of negatives to create anxiety while reading. Will is a great guy. He has a great heart. He’s so good with people (old, young, and everyone else). He’s smart and does good things for the community. He helps any who need help including dogs and wild animals. Plus he loves this one woman so much, it’s impossible not to like him. Becky has some issues. She is overprotective of her son and herself. She’s petty regarding Will. She makes wrong assumptions about him. I don’t see this as great writing. The characters are simply drawn. The conversations are typical, nothing unusual. But it’s not a waste of time. I see this as something to put you in a good mood for Christmas with people close to you. It’s short, about 2/3 the length of a typical romance novel. I had trouble deciding between 3 and 4 stars. Since I’m probably not going to buy the sequels, I went with 3 stars. To spend money on a book, I’d prefer a little more meat to the story. This was a sweet dessert, good to get from the library.

    DATA:
    Story length: 213 pages. Swearing language: mild. Sexual language: mild. Number of sex scenes: 1, 5 pages long. Setting: current day Spruce Lake, Colorado. Copyright: 2009. Genre: contemporary Christmas romance.

    OTHER BOOKS:
    This is the author’s debut novel. I believe she has two sequels coming out about two of Will’s brothers “The Sheriff and the Baby” and “Loving Luke O’Malley.”

  4. says:

    A nice Christmas story based in the best place to spend Christmas -- Colorado! A light read in the traditional Harlequin style. One love scene with mild descriptions. Interested in reading the rest of the series.

  5. says:

    I loved this book! It's sweet, touching and whimsical, showing a quirky slice of American town life reminiscent of Doc Hollywood. The hero is gorgeous, the heroine sufficiently flawed and I was cheering for them to get together. Already looking forward to more of the O'Malley Men!

  6. says:

    Loved the book

  7. says:

    This is such a heartwarming wonderful story I loved it

  8. says:

    I really loved this book. All the characters were great. Will was a hero you loved. There was humor, parts made you cry, but you ended the book with a smile on your face.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *