- File Size: 1799 KB
- Print Length: 138 pages
- Publisher: Caroline Lee; 1 edition (November 25, 2013)
- Publication Date: November 25, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GZ9HGC0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,497 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A Cheyenne Christmas (The Sweet Cheyenne Quartet Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This is the first book in this series and it simply beautiful. I fell in love right away with Molly who could stand in front of a very large scary looking man to protect a young Indian teen whom she just meet right when she got off the train in Cheyenne.
Here she is a young woman born and raised in Chicago who had to take care of her two younger sisters after their parents died.
She decides o head out alone to Cheyenne to find work and a place to live before sending for her two young sisters who somehow managed to survive alone in Chicago and one deaf and frail and not very old a youngster really and a sister just slightly older than her.
Once Molly finds a job, which was not easy for an unmarried young woman, she ends up being hired by the man she confronted and his brother the young Indian as their housekeeper and cook. Of course this would be highly improper to live and work at this ranch with a very handsome man and his fifteenth year old brother, but no one in the entire town wants to hire her as an unmarried woman. So she had no other choice but to go with two complete strangers to live and work out at a ranch no where near town and no neighbors.
Molly finds she rather likes it there and Ash the big man and Nate his sort of adopted half Indian brother, find that Molly is not only an excellent cook and baker, but a wonderful housekeeper and Ash was glad he hired her.
He also admired her for her strength, boldness when she confronted him to protect Nate, and for all the determination she shows that she can live out there without being scared of them or caring much about what others might think of the situation. None of them bothered to give her a job even though they were hiring.
She tells right off about her two very young sisters joining her and he told her he would protect them all.
Only after two weeks she found she was happy there and found herself falling for Ash.
Oh course as the story continues many things go on and through her mind and Ash's that sparks start to fly, her sisters have been sent for and she finds herself enjoying every minute of working there, decorating for a Christmas Nate has never had and Ash hasn't had for a long time and she and her sisters hadn't either and she wants to make the Christmas as good as she can for everyone.
There is so much more in this heartfelt story that I highly recommend any romance lover to get. Caroline Lee writes characters that are loving and kind and complex and ones you will want to read more about. I can't wait to start the second book in the series. This is also a wonderful story for those who love historical western Romances. Get it, you won't be sorry you did.
I'm not sure I would classify this as a true Christian Romance as there are some sparks between the characters that the author brings to your attention. The book has a very sound moral compass and brings out the special meaning of Christmas and the love of home and family. The underlying message of acceptance and the value of our fellow man is uplifting.
Caroline Lee is definitely on my watch list for the next installment which promises to follow Nate and Wendy. I am in hopes that the author will update her information so we can find out more about her and so that Amazon will allow us to set a "new release watch" for her books!