Book Review: Her Mistletoe Cowboy by Alissa Callen

Her MistletoeTitle: Her Mistletoe Cowboy

Author: Alissa Callen

Publisher: Tule Publishing

Released: October 20, 2014


Book Summary:

Corporate analyst, Ivy Bishop, intends spending Christmas holed up in an isolated Montana ranch house with only an abandoned puppy for company. When the festive season ends her broken heart might just have had just enough time to heal.

Ex-rodeo rider, Rhett Dixon, has put his playing days behind him. He has something to prove. Despite being the first son in three generations of ranchers, he is determined to succeed in ranching on his own merits.

But when Rhett’s new neighbor proves to be far-too-pretty and far-too-compassionate, his single-minded focus deserts him. And the more time Ivy spends with the workaholic, blue-eyed cowboy next door the more she realizes her heart isn’t actually broken – yet.



Loved this one it was such a sweet story.

They say the way to a mans heart is through his stomach. Ivy is sequestered on her family ranch for the Christmas season trying to determine where her life should head after breaking up with her boss. Spending a month getting ready to celebrate Christmas and baking new Christmas treat everyday is the perfect therapy for her. She can’t possible eat it all herself so she shares with nearest neighbor Rhett. As walls start to come down these two neighbors find that they just might be exactly what the other needs.

I enjoyed the interactions between Ivy and Rhett’s family and of course the relationship that developed between Rhett and Ivy. This is fairly quick read probably actually more of a novella than a full length novel that I really enjoyed.


5 stars

Rating: 5 Stars – loved it.

Content: implied sex but otherwise clean

Source: Netgalley

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