Simple, uncomplicated, "feel good" love story
This book was a very good read..thoroughly enjoyed it!
Millie was just trying to follow through with her dying friends last wishes.....of course that ment breaking into the small town cafe to leave gifts for the town folk.
Millie was not the kind of woman that Brad was interested in, nor was he the kind of man she was interested in.....
Nice quick holiday read.
A quick read with comedy and love in a small innocent town where the people share the Christmas spirit.
Sweet, charming, and funny story due mainly to the personalities of Millie and Brad.
Complications grow when Brad has to arrest Millie and decides to lock her up in the ranch bunkhouse.
The other cowboys are delighted but their attention to Millie is frustrating to Brad. I did a lot of laughing and smiling when reading this book.
Millie Corwin had snuck into Dry Creek's cafe to leave gifts for the townspeople, not to rob them. But she'd been caught. And now that she was in the custody of one infuriatingly good-looking Good Samaritan, the entire town--including her handsome captor--had branded her a criminal.
Brad Parker was minding his own business when he noticed Millie sneaking into the cafe. She claimed she wasn't a robber, and he wasn't sure what to believe. Because how could a thief be so lovely to look at, and --Brad soon learned--lovely on the inside, too?
One thing was certain. Robber or not, this stranger seemed to be stealing his love-resistant heart...