HONKY TONK CHRISTMAS
Author: Carolyn Brown
* I received this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review*
- Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca; Original edition (October 1, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1402242018
- ISBN-13: 978-1402242014
She Means business…
Sharlene Waverly is determined to have the “new and improved” Honky Tonk up and running before the holiday. For that, she’ll need Holt Jackson, the best darn carpenter in the state. But his warm, whisky-colored eyes make her insides melt, and before she knows it, she’s sharing her darkest secrets and talking about the nightmares…
He’s determined to keep things professional…
Holt Jackson needs the job at the Honky Tonk, but is completely unprepared to handle the beautiful new bar owner he’s working for.
Sharlene and Holt try like crazy to deny the sparks flying between them, but their love may just be the best Christmas present either one of them ever got.
In Honky Tonk Christmas, we meet Sharlene and Holt. This is the fourth book in the series by this author.
A family man with looks to kill, Holt was a sexy and fun character with personality! He has a heart of gold and the patience of a snail when it comes to Sharlene and family. He was the perfect man in many ways. Sharlene on the other hand was not one of my favorite characters only because of her personality. At times she could be negative and not realize what was right in front of her. She needed a little shove now and again which left me frustrated with her at times.
The kids in this book also made for a special treat. The were cute and fun which also means sneaky when it comes to kids! I loved how they interacted with Sharlene and Holt.
After reading the whole series, I am glad with it as a whole. Each book brought something fun and sparks between characters that fit together nicely. If you like your western romance books, then this would make a great read for the holiday season as well.
Outstanding Book That Will Stay On My Bookshelf
For Rereading! 5 STARS