Release Day Review: A Cowboy Christmas Legend by Linda Broday

Series: Lone Star Legends #2 Genres: Historical Western Romance

This stunning, emotional, and redemptive historical Western romance by bestselling author Linda Broday will leave you cozy and warm this Christmas season, with:

• A cowboy learning how to start over
• A fiery young woman with the heart to save him
• A past neither can escape, and
• A future worthy of any Christmas miracle.

Devastated by the loss of his young wife—and the life he'd always thought would be his—Sam Legend II has done everything he can to make a fresh start. As a bladesmith, all he needs is a bed, a hot fire, and enough distance from his famous family to finally indulge in a little peace and quiet. So what if it's almost Christmas? This year, he's happy just keeping to himself.

But then fiery Cheyenne Ronan comes blasting into his home, and any notion of peace goes flying out the door.

Cheyenne's like no one Sam has ever met—and from the moment he first catches her eye, his quiet life is anything but. Now he's hunting wanted men with the Texas Rangers, decking every hall, and sharing passionate embraces with the woman who's set his world alight. For the first time in what feels like forever, Sam's facing Christmas feeling like his life is full of meaning again—and that with Cheyenne by his side, love can be the stuff of Legend.

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**ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review**

I absolutely love the characters Linda Broday creates. I am always able to fully connect to them and find them to be very likable. That was also the case with A Cowboy Christmas Legend. Sam Legend II, who is one of the main characters, is the son of Sam from To Love a Texas Ranger. Devastated by the loss of his young wife he decided to live on his own away from his family. He lives a simple life as a bladesmith. However, one day he is ambushed by Cheyenne Ronan who wants to know what Sam is doing on the property a friend of her lives. I loved the way Sam and Chey met. Sam wants to be left alone however, Chey isn't that easily persuaded. Both are haunted by things in their past, which makes it difficult for them to fully open up to each other.

I enjoyed this book, but it isn't my favorite. The main reason for this was the last quarter of the book, which I thought was slow-paced. I just got bored a bit towards the end. The characters were great and that includes all the side-characters. It was also great to reunite with some of my favorite characters from previous books. Linda's writing is great and she really knows how to tell a story. I also love the suspense/action she sprinkles into the story which adds an extra excitement to the story. Furthermore, the romance was steamy and hot, which you don't really see a lot of in historical western romances. This was a great book and I certainly look forward to what the author comes up with next.

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor about the author

At a young age, Linda Broday discovered a love for storytelling, history, and anything pertaining to the Old West. After years of writing romance, it’s still tall rugged cowboys that spark her imagination. A New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Linda has won many awards, including the prestigious National Readers’ Choice Award and the Texas Gold. She resides in the Texas Panhandle where she’s inspired every day.

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