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Thursday, January 3, 2008

Review: The Priceless Gift

The Priceless Gift
by Anna Kathryn Lanier

The last thing Christina Scott expects Santa to bring her is a sexy—and very familiar—cowboy. Gavin Holloway is just as shocked to discover she's the woman he's sent to pick up from the airport for a Christmas visit with her brother. They'd spent one hot week together months ago—a week where they both left their identities and individual problems behind, neither ever expecting a reunion.

Little do they know, Santa's elf has more than coal up his sleeve. Ho-ho-ho and a badgering we'll go before reindeer two-step on their rooftop and deliver the priceless gift that will leave their snowy days sizzling.

Anna Kathryn Lanier has produced a short gem in her western romance, "The Priceless Gift". This wonderful tale features two people who just might forgive one another for not being completely frank about who they actually are.

Though the main characters are captivating, it's the twists of the plot that will keep you turning the pages. Unexpected events, perhaps 'everyday' on a working ranch, alarm our beautiful heroine Christina, but also, reveal some of her secrets. Ranch life--and wildlife, are not her forte.

Her love interest, Gavin Paul, takes everyday in stride--but can't quite manage to take Christina in stride, nor can he seem to get past trust issues. A delicate and persistent sensuality infuses every delightful line of this work - a recommended read. (the recipe looks super, too.)



Review by Snapdragon