ARC Review: If Santa Were a Cowboy (Melissa Cutler)

~*~*~ SPOILER-Y REVIEW ~*~*~

I think all the ratings I have for this novella are reserved for both Paul and his dog, Sadie. Because the heroine, Kelly, just annoyed me to the point where I thought Paul was definitely better with someone else who could appreciate him.

The thing is, while it said that Paul and Kelly were childhood friends, Paul had been having a crush on Kelly for forever … it seemed Kelly knew it but she dismissed it. So they were never anything… Now, when her whole life went to crash, she decided to come visit Paul, to seduce him? OMG, how that rubbed me the wrong way!! To me this make Kelly coming to town only to use Paul because she knew how he felt about her! I disliked this idea outright …

In addition that, of course Kelly kept her reasons for coming as secret, and then had the balls to walk away later on (stealing his truck!), being the coward that she was. URGH!!! Paul, you are totally better off without her. Oh, and Kelly’s reason for not acting on Paul’s feeling was just TOO LAME!! She was afraid because he put her on pedestal? WTF was that?!?

Paul was a sweetheart; he actually liked being Santa Claus, so sweet on kids, and of course that dog of him, Sadie was adorable. Too bad he was not having enough smart to choose the right woman for himself.

RATING: 2.5 out of 5





The ARC is provided by the publisher via Netgalley for an exchange of fair and honest review. No high rating is required for any ARC received.



 If Santa Were A Cowboy
Author: Melissa Cutler
Series: One and Only Texas, #2.5
Genre: MF Contemporary Romance / Novella
Length: 100 pages
Publisher: Swerve (St. Martin’s Press)
Release Date: Oct 25, 2016


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