REVIEW: Snowbound in Montana by CJ Carmichael

Posted November 1st, 2014 by in Blog, Category Romance, Review, Tule - MBB / 4 comments

Snowbound in Montana by CJ Carmichael: In a matter of a less than 100 pages we are transported almost to Marietta but with a family that is very SiMofamiliar to those who know Marietta, Montana.

This story is about Ms. Eliza Bramble, cousin to the Carriagan’s a staple family in town.

The holidays may not always turn out like you plan them, but sometimes it’s better that way as we see here. Ms. Carmichael has a way of making you feel the cold, see the stars and (unfortunately) feel the pain of love lost.

This is a sweet romance between two “regular” people who just need to see past what others see in them to see their true selves.

Book Info:

03.5SPublished October 23rd 2014 by Tule Publishing
When Eliza Bramble signs up for a Christmas mountain ski adventure with sexy mountain guide Marshal McKenzie, she’s looking to escape the attention of a two-timing charmer and find some inner peace. Instead, a blizzard traps her in a remote mountain hideaway with Marshall and two other families in need of their own Christmas miracles.

Christmas is looking like a write-off, until Marshall suggests they make the best of what they have, and work together. The avid outdoorsman has a special touch with people…and with Eliza in particular. Soon she realizes Marshall isn’t just fixing Christmas — but her broken heart, too.



4 Responses to “REVIEW: Snowbound in Montana by CJ Carmichael”

  1. Leanna

    I love Christmas romances and now that I live in Texas in a book is the closest I get to snow.

  2. marcyshuler

    I’m really looking forward to reading this book. I already own it and the next one in the Carrigan series (the final one) so I’ll be reading this whole series very soon.

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