Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Steeple Hill (November 16, 2010)
After three years in Mule Hollow's women's shelter, single mother Lynn Perry is finally spending the holidays in her own house. And then the town's matchmakers send over a hunky cowboy to hang Christmas lights…Lynn hopes there's no mistletoe around. With her painful past, how can she trust another man? Especially former bull rider and current pastor Chance Turner, who isn't planning on sticking around—or ever preaching again. Unless Lynn, twin boys and the matchmakers help her yuletide cowboy see he's the answer to a family's—and a town's—Christmas prayers.
I loved this latest installment in the Men of Mule Hollow series by Debra Clopton. She is one of my favorite authors. I look forward to each book set in Mule Hollow, Texas. Her characters and plot are always interesting and unique. Her books are full of life and some lol moments even with some more serious topics. I had never heard of rodeo preachers before this series. In this book Chance who was a rodeo preacher has come home to heal after losing a bull rider he had been counseling. Lynn is a single mom with two boys who left an abusive situation years ago but still struggles with trust issues. Chance and Lynn are thrown together by the town matchmakers and the sparks fly. These are sweet charming Christian romance books. I love the characters found in Mule Hollow. There are appearances in each book from previous characters but you can start reading anywhere. Steeple Hill is republishing the first two books in this series soon. I definitely recommend this series. :)