A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas

A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas

It?s Christmas in Gold Valley, and this wounded widower is about to get another shot at love? Grant Dodge didn?t expect to find a woman sleeping in an abandoned cabin on his family ranch. Or to find her so intriguing. Unlike every other woman in town, McKenna Tate doesn?t know Grant?s a widower. There?s no pity in the looks she gives him. McKenna wants him, and Grant has fo It?s Christmas in Gold Valley, and this wounded widower is about to get another shot at love? Gran...

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Title:A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas
Author:Maisey Yates
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages:476 pages pages

A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas Reviews

  • Jennifer
    Oct 03, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

  • Aly
    Sep 30, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

  • GONZA
    Jul 24, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

  • Beth
    Jul 20, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

  • Anna's Herding Cats
    Jul 26, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

  • *Avonna
    Sep 10, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

  • ♥Rachel♥
    Oct 10, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

  • Terri
    Dec 05, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

    I listened to the audio version of this book and man was it good! Both of the main characters are pretty damaged. Grant became a widower at a young age and just doesn't want anything to do with anyone and certainly doesn't want to be in love ever again. McKenna is really down on her lu...

  • Stacee
    Sep 02, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

  • Christine
    Oct 25, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

    I listened to the audio version of this book and man was it good! Both of the main characters are pretty damaged. Grant became a widower at a young age and just doesn't want anything to do with anyone and certainly doesn't want to be in love ever again. McKenna is really down on her lu...

    Maisey Yates opens Gold Valley romance #4 with the line ?Grant Dodge was alone. And that was how he liked it?, ensuring the reader that Grant Dodge is about to NOT be alone and that his hold on his solitude is to be shaken by the heroine. Said heroine, McKenna Tate, is blithely slu...

    I knew when I first ?met? Grant I wanted to know his story. After reading A Tall Dark Cowboy Christmas it not only met my expectations, it exceeded them ten-fold. Grant Dodge touched my soul through the wonderful words of Maisey Yates, and had me feeling like I was along for the ri...

    ?It?s amazing how two broken people can fix each other.? I?m torn in the middle on this one guys! While it did have a main character and aspects that I loved, Grant is the reason why I couldn?t love it. I know, I know. Honestly, I did it to myself. I read a topic that I ...

    She wasn?t sure if they locked together in place perfectly, or if they could ever be fully healed. But at least they weren?t alone in being broken. Their pieces were all mixed together, and somehow, somehow that worked. Hands down, my new favorite Maisey Yates book. I don?t th...

    Grant and McKenna experienced loss from different perspectives. What I found compelling was how they handled it. Not having anyone to ground and support her, McKenna tried growing a hard shell to insulate herself from hurt, yet subconsciously held out a sliver hope with each new intera...

    A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas is the fourth novel in Maisey Yates' Gold Valley series, and I've been eagerly awaiting Grant's story, as he's previously been introduced as one of the Dodge brothers in the earlier novels. If you're new to this series, I strongly suggest that you read the...

    This may be my favorite of the Gold Valley series, even if Grant is not my favorite Gold Valley hero. It is my favorite for two reasons: (1) virgin widower hero, y'all and (2) McKenna is a badass. McKenna firmly tells all the dudes - Grant, her birth father Hank, and her half brother G...

  • Donna Repsher
    Dec 06, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

    I listened to the audio version of this book and man was it good! Both of the main characters are pretty damaged. Grant became a widower at a young age and just doesn't want anything to do with anyone and certainly doesn't want to be in love ever again. McKenna is really down on her lu...

    Maisey Yates opens Gold Valley romance #4 with the line ?Grant Dodge was alone. And that was how he liked it?, ensuring the reader that Grant Dodge is about to NOT be alone and that his hold on his solitude is to be shaken by the heroine. Said heroine, McKenna Tate, is blithely slu...

    I knew when I first ?met? Grant I wanted to know his story. After reading A Tall Dark Cowboy Christmas it not only met my expectations, it exceeded them ten-fold. Grant Dodge touched my soul through the wonderful words of Maisey Yates, and had me feeling like I was along for the ri...

    ?It?s amazing how two broken people can fix each other.? I?m torn in the middle on this one guys! While it did have a main character and aspects that I loved, Grant is the reason why I couldn?t love it. I know, I know. Honestly, I did it to myself. I read a topic that I ...

    She wasn?t sure if they locked together in place perfectly, or if they could ever be fully healed. But at least they weren?t alone in being broken. Their pieces were all mixed together, and somehow, somehow that worked. Hands down, my new favorite Maisey Yates book. I don?t th...

    Grant and McKenna experienced loss from different perspectives. What I found compelling was how they handled it. Not having anyone to ground and support her, McKenna tried growing a hard shell to insulate herself from hurt, yet subconsciously held out a sliver hope with each new intera...

    A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas is the fourth novel in Maisey Yates' Gold Valley series, and I've been eagerly awaiting Grant's story, as he's previously been introduced as one of the Dodge brothers in the earlier novels. If you're new to this series, I strongly suggest that you read the...

  • Angela (Angel's Guilty Pleasures)
    Nov 23, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

  • Olivia Farr
    Nov 20, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

  • Melissa
    Dec 07, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

  • Nicole R
    Dec 02, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

  • Jaime Fiction Fangirls Book Review
    Oct 14, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

    I listened to the audio version of this book and man was it good! Both of the main characters are pretty damaged. Grant became a widower at a young age and just doesn't want anything to do with anyone and certainly doesn't want to be in love ever again. McKenna is really down on her lu...

    Maisey Yates opens Gold Valley romance #4 with the line ?Grant Dodge was alone. And that was how he liked it?, ensuring the reader that Grant Dodge is about to NOT be alone and that his hold on his solitude is to be shaken by the heroine. Said heroine, McKenna Tate, is blithely slu...

    I knew when I first ?met? Grant I wanted to know his story. After reading A Tall Dark Cowboy Christmas it not only met my expectations, it exceeded them ten-fold. Grant Dodge touched my soul through the wonderful words of Maisey Yates, and had me feeling like I was along for the ri...

    ?It?s amazing how two broken people can fix each other.? I?m torn in the middle on this one guys! While it did have a main character and aspects that I loved, Grant is the reason why I couldn?t love it. I know, I know. Honestly, I did it to myself. I read a topic that I ...

    She wasn?t sure if they locked together in place perfectly, or if they could ever be fully healed. But at least they weren?t alone in being broken. Their pieces were all mixed together, and somehow, somehow that worked. Hands down, my new favorite Maisey Yates book. I don?t th...

    Grant and McKenna experienced loss from different perspectives. What I found compelling was how they handled it. Not having anyone to ground and support her, McKenna tried growing a hard shell to insulate herself from hurt, yet subconsciously held out a sliver hope with each new intera...

    A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas is the fourth novel in Maisey Yates' Gold Valley series, and I've been eagerly awaiting Grant's story, as he's previously been introduced as one of the Dodge brothers in the earlier novels. If you're new to this series, I strongly suggest that you read the...

    This may be my favorite of the Gold Valley series, even if Grant is not my favorite Gold Valley hero. It is my favorite for two reasons: (1) virgin widower hero, y'all and (2) McKenna is a badass. McKenna firmly tells all the dudes - Grant, her birth father Hank, and her half brother G...

    Wow ???As excited as I was to read this , never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined how amazing this was when all was said & down!! Basically , anything Maisey writes is fantastic in my opinion but to take Grant & McKenna & all their pain and heartaches & ...

    I love this series and I looked forward to Grant's story and I was right about thinking it was going to be an emotional one. I loved him and all his broodiness. I loved McKenna, as well, she was prickly and soft all at the same time. This was a great story about finding love and being ...

    Y?all know I love me a broken, brooding curmudgeon so of course I loved this one. I think the premise was unique and well done. Exactly the kind of book I like to keep me cozy on a chilly fall/winter evening. ...

  • JoAnn
    Aug 30, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

    I listened to the audio version of this book and man was it good! Both of the main characters are pretty damaged. Grant became a widower at a young age and just doesn't want anything to do with anyone and certainly doesn't want to be in love ever again. McKenna is really down on her lu...

    Maisey Yates opens Gold Valley romance #4 with the line ?Grant Dodge was alone. And that was how he liked it?, ensuring the reader that Grant Dodge is about to NOT be alone and that his hold on his solitude is to be shaken by the heroine. Said heroine, McKenna Tate, is blithely slu...

    I knew when I first ?met? Grant I wanted to know his story. After reading A Tall Dark Cowboy Christmas it not only met my expectations, it exceeded them ten-fold. Grant Dodge touched my soul through the wonderful words of Maisey Yates, and had me feeling like I was along for the ri...

    ?It?s amazing how two broken people can fix each other.? I?m torn in the middle on this one guys! While it did have a main character and aspects that I loved, Grant is the reason why I couldn?t love it. I know, I know. Honestly, I did it to myself. I read a topic that I ...

    She wasn?t sure if they locked together in place perfectly, or if they could ever be fully healed. But at least they weren?t alone in being broken. Their pieces were all mixed together, and somehow, somehow that worked. Hands down, my new favorite Maisey Yates book. I don?t th...

    Grant and McKenna experienced loss from different perspectives. What I found compelling was how they handled it. Not having anyone to ground and support her, McKenna tried growing a hard shell to insulate herself from hurt, yet subconsciously held out a sliver hope with each new intera...

    A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas is the fourth novel in Maisey Yates' Gold Valley series, and I've been eagerly awaiting Grant's story, as he's previously been introduced as one of the Dodge brothers in the earlier novels. If you're new to this series, I strongly suggest that you read the...

    This may be my favorite of the Gold Valley series, even if Grant is not my favorite Gold Valley hero. It is my favorite for two reasons: (1) virgin widower hero, y'all and (2) McKenna is a badass. McKenna firmly tells all the dudes - Grant, her birth father Hank, and her half brother G...

    Wow ???As excited as I was to read this , never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined how amazing this was when all was said & down!! Basically , anything Maisey writes is fantastic in my opinion but to take Grant & McKenna & all their pain and heartaches & ...

    I love this series and I looked forward to Grant's story and I was right about thinking it was going to be an emotional one. I loved him and all his broodiness. I loved McKenna, as well, she was prickly and soft all at the same time. This was a great story about finding love and being ...

    Y?all know I love me a broken, brooding curmudgeon so of course I loved this one. I think the premise was unique and well done. Exactly the kind of book I like to keep me cozy on a chilly fall/winter evening. ...

    Enjoyed this well written romance. This book has a good plot and great characters. I enjoyed the writing and look forward to reading more books by this author. Fans of the romance genre will enjoy this book. ...

  • Jen | Jen Talks Audiobooks
    Nov 17, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    Dec 06, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

  • Catherine  Wright (Cat's Guilty Pleasure)
    Sep 05, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

    I listened to the audio version of this book and man was it good! Both of the main characters are pretty damaged. Grant became a widower at a young age and just doesn't want anything to do with anyone and certainly doesn't want to be in love ever again. McKenna is really down on her lu...

    Maisey Yates opens Gold Valley romance #4 with the line ?Grant Dodge was alone. And that was how he liked it?, ensuring the reader that Grant Dodge is about to NOT be alone and that his hold on his solitude is to be shaken by the heroine. Said heroine, McKenna Tate, is blithely slu...

    I knew when I first ?met? Grant I wanted to know his story. After reading A Tall Dark Cowboy Christmas it not only met my expectations, it exceeded them ten-fold. Grant Dodge touched my soul through the wonderful words of Maisey Yates, and had me feeling like I was along for the ri...

    ?It?s amazing how two broken people can fix each other.? I?m torn in the middle on this one guys! While it did have a main character and aspects that I loved, Grant is the reason why I couldn?t love it. I know, I know. Honestly, I did it to myself. I read a topic that I ...

    She wasn?t sure if they locked together in place perfectly, or if they could ever be fully healed. But at least they weren?t alone in being broken. Their pieces were all mixed together, and somehow, somehow that worked. Hands down, my new favorite Maisey Yates book. I don?t th...

    Grant and McKenna experienced loss from different perspectives. What I found compelling was how they handled it. Not having anyone to ground and support her, McKenna tried growing a hard shell to insulate herself from hurt, yet subconsciously held out a sliver hope with each new intera...

    A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas is the fourth novel in Maisey Yates' Gold Valley series, and I've been eagerly awaiting Grant's story, as he's previously been introduced as one of the Dodge brothers in the earlier novels. If you're new to this series, I strongly suggest that you read the...

    This may be my favorite of the Gold Valley series, even if Grant is not my favorite Gold Valley hero. It is my favorite for two reasons: (1) virgin widower hero, y'all and (2) McKenna is a badass. McKenna firmly tells all the dudes - Grant, her birth father Hank, and her half brother G...

    Wow ???As excited as I was to read this , never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined how amazing this was when all was said & down!! Basically , anything Maisey writes is fantastic in my opinion but to take Grant & McKenna & all their pain and heartaches & ...

    I love this series and I looked forward to Grant's story and I was right about thinking it was going to be an emotional one. I loved him and all his broodiness. I loved McKenna, as well, she was prickly and soft all at the same time. This was a great story about finding love and being ...

  • Julie (Jewls Book Blog)
    Oct 27, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

    I listened to the audio version of this book and man was it good! Both of the main characters are pretty damaged. Grant became a widower at a young age and just doesn't want anything to do with anyone and certainly doesn't want to be in love ever again. McKenna is really down on her lu...

    Maisey Yates opens Gold Valley romance #4 with the line ?Grant Dodge was alone. And that was how he liked it?, ensuring the reader that Grant Dodge is about to NOT be alone and that his hold on his solitude is to be shaken by the heroine. Said heroine, McKenna Tate, is blithely slu...

    I knew when I first ?met? Grant I wanted to know his story. After reading A Tall Dark Cowboy Christmas it not only met my expectations, it exceeded them ten-fold. Grant Dodge touched my soul through the wonderful words of Maisey Yates, and had me feeling like I was along for the ri...

    ?It?s amazing how two broken people can fix each other.? I?m torn in the middle on this one guys! While it did have a main character and aspects that I loved, Grant is the reason why I couldn?t love it. I know, I know. Honestly, I did it to myself. I read a topic that I ...

    She wasn?t sure if they locked together in place perfectly, or if they could ever be fully healed. But at least they weren?t alone in being broken. Their pieces were all mixed together, and somehow, somehow that worked. Hands down, my new favorite Maisey Yates book. I don?t th...

    Grant and McKenna experienced loss from different perspectives. What I found compelling was how they handled it. Not having anyone to ground and support her, McKenna tried growing a hard shell to insulate herself from hurt, yet subconsciously held out a sliver hope with each new intera...

  • Teresa (Reads_Romance)
    Nov 24, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

  • Mitsubachi
    Nov 20, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

  • Kay (aka) Miss Bates
    Oct 16, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

    I listened to the audio version of this book and man was it good! Both of the main characters are pretty damaged. Grant became a widower at a young age and just doesn't want anything to do with anyone and certainly doesn't want to be in love ever again. McKenna is really down on her lu...

    Maisey Yates opens Gold Valley romance #4 with the line ?Grant Dodge was alone. And that was how he liked it?, ensuring the reader that Grant Dodge is about to NOT be alone and that his hold on his solitude is to be shaken by the heroine. Said heroine, McKenna Tate, is blithely slu...

  • Traci Westling
    Oct 02, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

    I listened to the audio version of this book and man was it good! Both of the main characters are pretty damaged. Grant became a widower at a young age and just doesn't want anything to do with anyone and certainly doesn't want to be in love ever again. McKenna is really down on her lu...

    Maisey Yates opens Gold Valley romance #4 with the line ?Grant Dodge was alone. And that was how he liked it?, ensuring the reader that Grant Dodge is about to NOT be alone and that his hold on his solitude is to be shaken by the heroine. Said heroine, McKenna Tate, is blithely slu...

    I knew when I first ?met? Grant I wanted to know his story. After reading A Tall Dark Cowboy Christmas it not only met my expectations, it exceeded them ten-fold. Grant Dodge touched my soul through the wonderful words of Maisey Yates, and had me feeling like I was along for the ri...

    ?It?s amazing how two broken people can fix each other.? I?m torn in the middle on this one guys! While it did have a main character and aspects that I loved, Grant is the reason why I couldn?t love it. I know, I know. Honestly, I did it to myself. I read a topic that I ...

    She wasn?t sure if they locked together in place perfectly, or if they could ever be fully healed. But at least they weren?t alone in being broken. Their pieces were all mixed together, and somehow, somehow that worked. Hands down, my new favorite Maisey Yates book. I don?t th...

    Grant and McKenna experienced loss from different perspectives. What I found compelling was how they handled it. Not having anyone to ground and support her, McKenna tried growing a hard shell to insulate herself from hurt, yet subconsciously held out a sliver hope with each new intera...

    A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas is the fourth novel in Maisey Yates' Gold Valley series, and I've been eagerly awaiting Grant's story, as he's previously been introduced as one of the Dodge brothers in the earlier novels. If you're new to this series, I strongly suggest that you read the...

    This may be my favorite of the Gold Valley series, even if Grant is not my favorite Gold Valley hero. It is my favorite for two reasons: (1) virgin widower hero, y'all and (2) McKenna is a badass. McKenna firmly tells all the dudes - Grant, her birth father Hank, and her half brother G...

    Wow ???As excited as I was to read this , never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined how amazing this was when all was said & down!! Basically , anything Maisey writes is fantastic in my opinion but to take Grant & McKenna & all their pain and heartaches & ...

  • Beth ~ Panda & Boodle
    Oct 03, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

    I listened to the audio version of this book and man was it good! Both of the main characters are pretty damaged. Grant became a widower at a young age and just doesn't want anything to do with anyone and certainly doesn't want to be in love ever again. McKenna is really down on her lu...

    Maisey Yates opens Gold Valley romance #4 with the line ?Grant Dodge was alone. And that was how he liked it?, ensuring the reader that Grant Dodge is about to NOT be alone and that his hold on his solitude is to be shaken by the heroine. Said heroine, McKenna Tate, is blithely slu...

    I knew when I first ?met? Grant I wanted to know his story. After reading A Tall Dark Cowboy Christmas it not only met my expectations, it exceeded them ten-fold. Grant Dodge touched my soul through the wonderful words of Maisey Yates, and had me feeling like I was along for the ri...

    ?It?s amazing how two broken people can fix each other.? I?m torn in the middle on this one guys! While it did have a main character and aspects that I loved, Grant is the reason why I couldn?t love it. I know, I know. Honestly, I did it to myself. I read a topic that I ...

    She wasn?t sure if they locked together in place perfectly, or if they could ever be fully healed. But at least they weren?t alone in being broken. Their pieces were all mixed together, and somehow, somehow that worked. Hands down, my new favorite Maisey Yates book. I don?t th...

  • Aaly
    Sep 28, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

    I listened to the audio version of this book and man was it good! Both of the main characters are pretty damaged. Grant became a widower at a young age and just doesn't want anything to do with anyone and certainly doesn't want to be in love ever again. McKenna is really down on her lu...

    Maisey Yates opens Gold Valley romance #4 with the line ?Grant Dodge was alone. And that was how he liked it?, ensuring the reader that Grant Dodge is about to NOT be alone and that his hold on his solitude is to be shaken by the heroine. Said heroine, McKenna Tate, is blithely slu...

    I knew when I first ?met? Grant I wanted to know his story. After reading A Tall Dark Cowboy Christmas it not only met my expectations, it exceeded them ten-fold. Grant Dodge touched my soul through the wonderful words of Maisey Yates, and had me feeling like I was along for the ri...

    ?It?s amazing how two broken people can fix each other.? I?m torn in the middle on this one guys! While it did have a main character and aspects that I loved, Grant is the reason why I couldn?t love it. I know, I know. Honestly, I did it to myself. I read a topic that I ...

    She wasn?t sure if they locked together in place perfectly, or if they could ever be fully healed. But at least they weren?t alone in being broken. Their pieces were all mixed together, and somehow, somehow that worked. Hands down, my new favorite Maisey Yates book. I don?t th...

    Grant and McKenna experienced loss from different perspectives. What I found compelling was how they handled it. Not having anyone to ground and support her, McKenna tried growing a hard shell to insulate herself from hurt, yet subconsciously held out a sliver hope with each new intera...

    A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas is the fourth novel in Maisey Yates' Gold Valley series, and I've been eagerly awaiting Grant's story, as he's previously been introduced as one of the Dodge brothers in the earlier novels. If you're new to this series, I strongly suggest that you read the...

    This may be my favorite of the Gold Valley series, even if Grant is not my favorite Gold Valley hero. It is my favorite for two reasons: (1) virgin widower hero, y'all and (2) McKenna is a badass. McKenna firmly tells all the dudes - Grant, her birth father Hank, and her half brother G...

    Wow ???As excited as I was to read this , never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined how amazing this was when all was said & down!! Basically , anything Maisey writes is fantastic in my opinion but to take Grant & McKenna & all their pain and heartaches & ...

    I love this series and I looked forward to Grant's story and I was right about thinking it was going to be an emotional one. I loved him and all his broodiness. I loved McKenna, as well, she was prickly and soft all at the same time. This was a great story about finding love and being ...

    Y?all know I love me a broken, brooding curmudgeon so of course I loved this one. I think the premise was unique and well done. Exactly the kind of book I like to keep me cozy on a chilly fall/winter evening. ...

    Enjoyed this well written romance. This book has a good plot and great characters. I enjoyed the writing and look forward to reading more books by this author. Fans of the romance genre will enjoy this book. ...

    3,5 stars ...

  • Kayla Brunson
    Oct 12, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

    I listened to the audio version of this book and man was it good! Both of the main characters are pretty damaged. Grant became a widower at a young age and just doesn't want anything to do with anyone and certainly doesn't want to be in love ever again. McKenna is really down on her lu...

    Maisey Yates opens Gold Valley romance #4 with the line ?Grant Dodge was alone. And that was how he liked it?, ensuring the reader that Grant Dodge is about to NOT be alone and that his hold on his solitude is to be shaken by the heroine. Said heroine, McKenna Tate, is blithely slu...

    I knew when I first ?met? Grant I wanted to know his story. After reading A Tall Dark Cowboy Christmas it not only met my expectations, it exceeded them ten-fold. Grant Dodge touched my soul through the wonderful words of Maisey Yates, and had me feeling like I was along for the ri...

    ?It?s amazing how two broken people can fix each other.? I?m torn in the middle on this one guys! While it did have a main character and aspects that I loved, Grant is the reason why I couldn?t love it. I know, I know. Honestly, I did it to myself. I read a topic that I ...

  • Mackenzie - PhDiva Books
    Dec 02, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

  • Carma
    Oct 10, 2018

    It?s that time of year, Lifetime and Hallmark setting out to woo watchers with their hard-core press of holiday themed previews on a constant loop. And you know what, it actually worked. Lifetime grabbed the attention of this avoider of overly cheerful and saccharine storylines, for ...

    It?s a no from me, dawg ...

    Happy Sunday and happy December! I am on my branching out tour right now and I read a Christmas romance book that is firmly in the romance category (none of those romance thrillers or romance mysteries I?ve tested the waters with). This book was charming and adorable! A fun Christmas...

    With Christmas trees popping up at stores around town and the Hallmark Channel promoting their Christmas movie lineup, I couldn't say no to a holiday-themed new release. Yes, I know it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say? I'm susceptible to holiday cheer. A Tall, Dark Cowboy C...

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel #4) by Maisey Yates is a contemporary holiday romance. This is an addition to the Gold Valley series and does have many characters crossing over from previous books i...

    I had fun with this one. Christmas and one grumpy Cowboy. It was adorable heartwarming and I cried in a few places. Our heroine was very mature for her age and our grumpy Cowboy surprised me. Full Review To Come ...

    3.5 Stars I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story for some time. I always felt bad for the sullen cowboy who married and lost his high school sweetheart, but that?s exactly the kind of feelings of pity Grant hated. Mckenna comes along and doesn?t know anything about his past...

    I'm going to begin with the ending and say that this epilogue was one of the sweetest ! The gift and the note melt my heart and had me turning to goo ! I can't help but say this again and again and again, the feelings... Maisey Yates is one of the most skillful with it, in my opinion. ...

    Completely engaging, emotionally invested in the outcome, I couldn't help but love A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas. Yates crafted an emotionally jarring tale of two people deeply scarred by life circumstances...but they still manage to have hope for the future. I loved how they manage...

    I?ve been waiting for Grant?s story since the first mention of his background. I love love loved McKenna. She?s had an interesting life and maintained hope the entire time. I enjoyed her tenacity and strength. Grant was just as stoic as I was expecting, but he?s also a bit ...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting 12/11/18) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MjYMN4 Christmas and grumbly cowboys? Yes, please! lol A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas was a heart touching romance that had me wiping away some pesky tears, laughing, and rooting for two...

    Sweet story, good narration especially if you like Julia Whelan - because Suzanne Elise Freeman sure does sound like her! ...

    Maisey Yates is one of my favorite new-to-me authors of 2018. Her books always have heart, family, surprising depth, and cowboys. What more could I want? For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it didn?t quite grab me like her previous books have. Widows and widowers who were ...

    This is a fun and nice read! I haven't ever read any of those romance novels about Cowboys. As someone from Europe and not born in the times of Western movies, it is a rather foreign concept for me. Yet I thought this Christmas-Cowboy-mix sounded interesting and I was right! It is a go...

    I liked this book even if it is far from being the usual cowboy love story. I liked the characters and the deep scars they had, it made for much more drama and my day also! Questo libro mi piaciuto pur essendo lontano anni luce dal cliche che vede i cowboy nei libri d'amore come ...

    Where has Maisey Yates been all my life?! Ugh, my sappy little heart loved this book. I cried. Like legit tears rolling down my cheeks. Over the sappiest, most contrived dialogue ever. While I finished this book while sitting next to my beautiful Christmas tree. I am even drinking H...

    "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas" was a great Christmas-themed romance that follows two unlikely people on their journey to love. Grant Dodge has been wallowing in loneliness. He frequently drinks himself to sleep at night and is generally very grouchy. He married his high school sweethe...

    I listened to the audio version of this book and man was it good! Both of the main characters are pretty damaged. Grant became a widower at a young age and just doesn't want anything to do with anyone and certainly doesn't want to be in love ever again. McKenna is really down on her lu...

    Maisey Yates opens Gold Valley romance #4 with the line ?Grant Dodge was alone. And that was how he liked it?, ensuring the reader that Grant Dodge is about to NOT be alone and that his hold on his solitude is to be shaken by the heroine. Said heroine, McKenna Tate, is blithely slu...

    I knew when I first ?met? Grant I wanted to know his story. After reading A Tall Dark Cowboy Christmas it not only met my expectations, it exceeded them ten-fold. Grant Dodge touched my soul through the wonderful words of Maisey Yates, and had me feeling like I was along for the ri...