Rocky Mountain Cowboy Christmas

Rocky Mountain Riders Novella

by Sara Richardson

Grand Central Publishing (Forever)

December 18, 2018

Available in: e-Book

Rocky Mountain Cowboy Christmas
by Sara Richardson

A COWBOY’S CHRISTMAS WISH

When bullfighter Tucker McGrath finds an anonymous letter to Santa buried in the snow, he finally sees his chance to redeem himself from the Ghost of Christmas Failures Past. If he can grant this child’s wish, maybe he’ll finally discover a reason to celebrate again. Searching for the letter’s author, Tucker volunteers to help with the town’s annual Christmas pageant, but he’s not prepared for the rush of a long-forgotten desire when he meets the sweet and soft-spoken woman in charge.

A year after her husband’s scandalous betrayal and their divorce, Kenna Hart is still trying to earn her way back into the town’s good graces, which is how she got stuck directing the pageant. Even with her own family’s Christmas cheer in jeopardy, she’s determined to make it the best production the town has ever seen. The last thing she needs is a sexy cowboy Grinch hanging around. Dealing with one mishap after another isn’t what Kenna had envisioned, but just when it looks like the production will end in disaster, Tucker rides in to save the day . . . and to make all her Christmas wishes come true.



Sara Richardson's Bio

Contemporary romance author Sara Richardson has been a communications manager, copy writer, magazine editor, and whitewater rafting guide. The day after graduating with a master’s degree in journalism, Sara realized she was too empathetic to be a journalist and starting writing her first novel instead. A lifelong fascination with true love quickly led her to the romance genre.Her Heart of the Rockies series was published by Grand Central Forever in 2015. In 2016, her debut novel, No Better Man, was nominated for a RITA in the best first book category. Sara is passionate about writing stories that inspire people to believe in love and always enjoys connecting with readers. Learn more at www.sararichardson.com.