Cole Ramsey is a Pinkerton detective hired to investigate Aaron
Covington. Folks think he's responsible for some crimes happening in the
area. Abigail Covington is done with love after being totally deceived
by a man. When she has a buggy accident, Cole happens along and helps
her. He learns she's Aaron Covington's daughter and escorts her back to
the ranch. Aaron and Cole find they have something in common and Aaron
hires him as a hand. Cole and Abigail are drawn to each other but it's
hard to build a relationship when Cole can't be honest about who he
really is or why he's there. And with the way things are going, they may
not get a chance to be honest with each other.
was a wonderful tale. For being short (about 78 pages), it really felt
like you got a full-length story. It had some romance, some danger and
the mystery of who's behind the sabotaging isn't revealed until the end.
Always a plus for me. It's very well written (with several unexpected
twists) and I appreciated the way the author presented the true meaning
of Christmas through the characters. Cole and Abigail were fun to get to
know and spend time with. If you're looking for a place to go for
Christmas, I would definitely recommend you head on over to Covington
Ranch. It's a beautiful place and the coffee is always on for friends!
Do be cautious though, things around the ranch have been kinda rough
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