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- Print Length: 214 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1951190548
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tule Publishing (October 29, 2019)
- Publication Date: October 29, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07XVR112H
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #800,674 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A pod-cast & contest about love's first kiss can get Sleigh Bell Farm it's much needed advertising for free if they are the one's picked. Rachel O’Rourke is the pod-cast reporter and she and Lucky get close as he helps her get to know his grandparents.
This book has everything I could want and more in a book at anytime of the year. It has the perfect amount of push and pull between characters, both main ones and supporting ones as well. There is so much true life written into this story that it simply gave me goose bumps sitting here writing this out. Our author has her hands and heart plugged into the cowboys, farmers and yes, those we call middle America and it shows. Marietta, Montana is a fictional town but it is one so many of us love like it is our own hometown. Reading this book I cried thinking I might be losing an institution long dear to our hearts. This book is now one of my two favorite Christmas books.
Lucky has returned to his grandparent's farm to help through the holidays when he meets podcaster, Rachel with her contest of first kiss, when he enters his grandparents. Lucky soon needs to make the decision to keep the farm going or returning to vet school.
This is the story "about finding your way home again". I highly recommend this book, can't wait to read the next book in the series.
It’s going to take more than luck to make his Christmas dreams come true
Jim “Lucky” Elliott is the country boy next door – charismatic, handsome and charming. But when he has to drop out of vet school to try and rescue his grandparents’ Marietta-based sleigh ride business and family farm, Lucky faces his hardest struggle yet.
Podcaster Rachel O’Rourke is done with broken hearts, but she can still find joy in other people’s happily-ever-afters. When she holds a contest on her show for the best first kiss story, her bruised heart beats a little faster when she reads Lucky’s submission. He doesn’t have a story, but his grandparents do, and free advertising for the winner is just what he’s looking for.
As they start spending time on the farm, Rachel finds herself not only drawn to the sweet setting, but also to the man. But when a real estate developer sets his sights on the Elliott land, Lucky will have to decide if the money means security for his family, or if he’ll fight for Sleigh Bell with Rachel by his side.
This is Rachel O’Rourke and Jim “Lucky” Elliott's story.
Rachel O’Rourke looked up when the guy in the sheepskin jacket walked in. It was kind of hard not to.
She’d seen him outside the bar doors while she’d been bussing table four. He’d been reading her flyer. And then he’d taken it down and put it in his pocket.
Her heart had skipped a beat at that—a handsome young guy responding to her first kiss contest. But then she remembered he was probably taking the flyer because he had a first kiss story to tell. Which meant he was taken. Which meant she needed to concentrate on getting through her shift instead of daydreaming about first kiss stories, or her podcast finally taking off, or hunky men in Wranglers who looked exactly like young Clint Eastwood with the blue eyes to match.
Picking up a couple of beer mugs with a clink, she reminded herself she was done with men for a while anyway. She was done with their empty promises and fake declarations of love. And she was definitely through with thinking romance was in the cards for her. At least not the kind of romance she talked about on her show. The kind that you bored your grandkids with fifty years later.
Lucky Elliott wasn’t always lucky. Not by a long shot. But that’s what folks in town had always called him, and he’d always answered to it. Good-naturedly, of course. Because that was his thing.
But standing there, looking up at the Graff Hotel with the first snowflakes of the season swirling around his head, he wondered if anyone would ever call him by his given name. Or if they’d ever know him well enough to try.
Hunching his shoulders against the chilly Montana breeze, he reached for the door handle and opened it to a blast of warm, fragrant air. The place always smelled like cinnamon and wood smoke. And home. It was his favorite place to grab a beer whenever he came home from college. He hadn’t been back in a while, though. Graduate school, or trying to stay in graduate school, had overshadowed everything else lately, including stopping in at the Graff, and catching up with his friend who tended bar there.
Christmas at Sleigh Bell Farm by Kaylie Newell is a 5 star book.
I highly recommend reading.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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Christmas at Sleigh Bell Farm