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Christmastime Cowboy

(Copper Ridge #10)

3.98  ·  Rating details ·  695 ratings  ·  98 reviews
It's Christmas in Copper Ridge, and love is waiting to be unwrapped…

Falling for a bad boy once is forgivable. Twice would just be foolish. When Sabrina Leighton first offered her teenage innocence to gorgeous, tattooed Liam Donnelly, he humiliated her, then left town. The hurt still lingers. But so does that crazy spark. And if they have to work together to set up her
Mass Market Paperback, 353 pages
Published October 24th 2017 by Hqn
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Carol [Goodreads Addict]
Christmastime Cowboy is book ten in the Copper Ridge series by Maisey Yates. This is my first book by Maisey. I was unsure about jumping in to this series on book ten. There was obviously some missed history on the other characters but it wasn’t difficult at all. Enough information was provided to help me to piece together everything.

welcome to copper ridge

Liam Donnelly left Copper Ridge when he was twenty years old. He had been living on the Grassroots Winery property working for the Leightons. He and Sabrina
Dec 03, 2017 rated it really liked it
Sabrina fell hard for Liam when she was just seventeen. They formed a friendship while he was working at her family’s winery, and she never felt closer to anyone. Confiding her hopes and dreams all the while her crush grew and burned a permanent mark on her heart. Unfortunately, when Sabrina offered herself up to Liam, he rejected and humiliated her. Worse, he accepted her father’s payoff to stay away and she hasn’t laid eyes on him in thirteen years. That is until he shows up back in town and ...more
ARC provided by NetGalley and Harlequin in exchange for an honest review.

It was thirteen years ago when Sabrina had her romantic summer romance with Liam Donnelly. It was a summer to remember and a summer to forget as well. Because one day Liam was gone, just left and broke her heart.

Sabrina's Dad didn't want Liam around his daughter so he offered him money to leave, disappear, money to pay his college. Liam felt that he wasn't good enough for Sabrina so he took the money, he was going to
Anna's Herding Cats

Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (live 11/23)

Christmas. Cowboys. Maisey Yates. Could it BE any more perfect?! lol

Christmastime Cowboy was full of great characters that were a bit broken and in need of mending, some growly chemistry that turned oh-so-yummily hot. Family, friends, steamy love scenes and heartwarming moments. Add in the holiday spirit and, yep, Christmastime Cowboy was another winner from Yates.

Okay so Liam and Sabina. Oh my gosh, yall.
Mandi Schreiner
Favorite Quote: “Honey, I only know how to be inappropriate. And I think you like that about me.”

I’ll start every Maisey Yates review by saying she is my go-to comfort read author. The story arcs and the set-up all might be a little similar, but I like it. I know what I’m going to get with a Yates book. Her heroes seem to be always a little gruff – maybe you can classify it as “adorable-assholeish.” The heroines have to figure out how to deal with all their masculinity and grunting. It’s my
Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

3.5 stars

Maisey Yates wrote a nice Christmas story about love lost and then found again.

I’ve read Maisey Yates before and always enjoyed her stories. Liam just couldn’t let go of his past hurts and decisions. Sabrina just couldn’t let go of the past. But, they have a job to do and they both decide to make the best of it. Liam knew that he would not be welcomed with open arms and Sabrina made sure that she made his life as miserable as possible. But, then she sees the softer side of him and
I feel like I've been waiting for Liam's story forever, but it was definitely worth the wait.

I loved Sabrina. She's loyal and stronger than she thinks and I loved being in her head. Liam has always been stoic and stand off-ish and stubborn and he was those things in this story as well. Together they have a long history, a lot of feelings, and a crap load of chemistry. Their banter and button pushing was fantastic and the best part was reading them work through everything. It all felt realistic.
Oct 03, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Christmastime Cowboy was an absolutely charming second chance at love romance with the perfect amount of holiday magic and I loved it!

Thirteen years ago Liam Donnelly knew he wasn’t good enough for Sabrina Leighton, so when Sabrina’s father offered him money for college if he left town, Liam accepted. Now Liam has returned as a successful, wealthy businessman with plans to expand the Donnelly ranch by partnering with Sabrina’s family winery. When Sabrina is put in charge of getting the new
Oct 31, 2017 rated it really liked it

Liam Donnelly used to be a troublemaker and a heartbreaker. At least that's how Sabrina Leighton remember him. Thirteen years ago, they were friends. But one day she tried to seduce him, he rejected her and took the money her father offered to disappear from her life. Then she humiliated herself at a town meeting when she revealed a family secret to get back at her father.

"Emotions were a mess."

Nobody knows better than Liam how deep the past can sink his claws in you. When your mother hated
Dec 27, 2018 rated it really liked it
This is the 10th book in the Copper Ridge series but in no way did I feel like I was missing out in anything starting reading here. It was a cute Christmas story.
Oct 25, 2017 marked it as no-rather-poke-my-eye-out
Shelves: genre-harlequin
Damn... it sounded like a great setup... except (view spoiler). I mean, for crying out loud! How much you wanna bet he isn't???!!!
Maybe she should have gotten therapy... actually, sounds like they both should have.
happy to be finished this series. hoping to come back to more Maisey Yates after I've taken a break.
Kay (aka) Miss Bates
Dec 03, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Truth be told, Miss Bates would advise you not to read past this sentence because she loves every Maisey Yates romance she reads. You’ve been warned: you may have heard this before.

With each Copper Ridge and related romance novels that come out, MissB. anticipates disappointment: “finally, this one will be stale, tired, Yates will just go through the motions”. Nope, each and every one is good: thoughtful, sexy, centred on love, romance, healing, fidelity, and commitment. Hero and heroine are
Romancing the Book
Reviewed by JoAnne
Book provided by NetGalley
Originally posted at Romancing the Book

Christmastime Cowboy was my first time to Copper Ridge but it won’t be my last. I have a lot of catching up to do since this is the tenth book in the Copper Ridge series but my visit there. There was a novella included at the end of the book to introduce us to Gold Valley which abuts Copper Ridge. Cowboy Christmas Blues didn’t disappoint either. There was also an excerpt for Smooth-Talking Cowboy, book one in the
Books and Spoons
Oct 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: netgalley
I have loved the Copper Ridge series from the very start, but I do believe the Donnelly brothers are my favorites from the bunch. There is just something about the sexy, brooding, broken men that had me not only swooning over them but also connecting with them and the strong women they have fallen for.
Liam Donnelly has been the toughest nut to crack of the bunch. There is just something very vulnerable in the standoffish way he meets the world. And when he finally opens up, the hurt, the years
Andrea Guy
Nov 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: ebook, holiday, romance, series
I'm a fan of Maisey Yates and Christmas romances. (I've been a sucker for Christmas romances since I was in high school)

I have some mixed feelings about this book, because it falls under a that "I never got over this guy in an insane number of years" thing going on, which is something that I've been having a huge problem with lately. The worst part was Sabrina holding on to her virginity for 13 years. I can't deal with 30 year old virgins. I just can't. That was a big issue for me with this
I had a weird experience reading Christmastime Cowboy. It took me forever to get into this book. I would start it, read a chapter, and then stop. Start, read a chapter, stop. This happened for the first 10 chapters. I was getting frustrated because this is the type of book I normally devour. Small town second chance romance between two very wounded characters... Where do I sign? So for it to fight me like this was disconcerting.

However, once I got past the roadblock... I was hooked. Here's my
Dani (Dani's Bookshelf)
Sep 03, 2018 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2018
Idk. I've enjoyed the Copper Ridge series, but maybe I read them too close together, because this book felt incredibly repetitive of the last few installments. Different setup, sure, but pretty much the same characters with the same voices. And while Yates does it well, I'd like to see her change it up more because I really like the world she's created.

I also had a problem with the premise of this book. It just really rubs me the wrong way that an incident between the hero and heroine when she
Nov 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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Aug 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arc, contemporary
Another great read from this series. (Plus, a teaser excerpt at the end for book one in a spin-off series, and a bonus novella that is a prequel! It's like getting a surprise Christmas present from Maisey Yates!)

Christmastime Cowboy is a second-chance romance/enemies-to-lovers hybrid. Practically my catnip! Liam and Sabrina were close in high school--friends, and she hoped, something more--until he rejected her (crushingly, though at least in private) and left for parts unknown, never to
Heidi B
Jan 22, 2018 rated it it was ok
This is the first book I've read by this author and it will probably be the last. It seemed like the required research on the area where the book took place wasn't done. When Sabrina said she went to Oregon State University, she said "Go Ducks!"...which is the mascot for University of Oregon. Also, the county they were in isn't one in Oregon. I didn't care for how they droned on about being apart for 13 years. I was like "let it go already." Or how towards the end of the book Liam and his ...more
Nov 12, 2017 rated it really liked it
Originally published at Reading Reality

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, particularly in Copper Ridge, Oregon.

Falling for a bad boy once is not merely forgivable, but probably a rite of passage to adulthood. We all do it at least once, and usually learn that the wild ride isn’t worth the inevitable fall. Falling for one twice is a pattern. Falling for the same bad boy twice is usually well beyond foolish.

But not for Sabrina Leighton. In this second-chance-at-love romance, there are a
Donna Repsher
Oct 29, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Christmastime Cowboy is the tenth and apparently last novel in the Copper Ridge series, and I'll be sorry to bid Copper Ridge farewell, since I've stated in previous reviews of the novels in this series that I'd love to move there and interact with all the wonderful characters Maisey Yates has peopled it with. This novel is no exception, and it gets 4.5 stars from this reader.

This is Liam Donnelly and Sabrina Leighton's story, and unlike the other installments featuring the Donnelly Brothers,
Nate Brightman
Nov 02, 2017 rated it really liked it
Christmastime Cowboy is the sixteenth book in the Copper Ridge series by Maisey Yates, and there’s indications in this book that implies it may be the last in the series Which doesn’t fill me with holiday cheer because I’ve been a fan of this series since the very beginning when Jake rode his motorcycle into town and reunited with Cassie owner of The Grind, in the novella Shoulda Been a Cowboy. Little did I know back then that I would become addicted to the stories of this fictional little town ...more
Oct 01, 2017 rated it really liked it
I know so many romance readers that adore stories that take place during the holiday season, but I have to admit I have never been one of them. I haven't ever been able to pinpoint why these books don't resonate for me like they seem to for so many other people, I just accept that I am odd and generally skip over them. So when I saw that the latest installment in Maisey Yates's Copper Ridge series was titled Christmastime Cowboy, I was a little bummed. I had been waiting on Liam and Sabrina's ...more
Wit & Wonder Books
*** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ***

What would you do if you thought you weren’t good enough for the one you love? Maisey Yates answers this question in Christmastime Cowboy, where a romance that met an end due to a thoughtless, yet good intentioned, decision gets a second chance years later.

Thirteen years ago, Sabrina Leighton allowed herself to have an endless summer of romance and possibility with an employee of her father’s winery. It was the happiest she has ever been.
Beth ~ Panda & Boodle
Oct 22, 2017 rated it really liked it
“If I die in a snowbank because of you, Liam Donnelly, I swear I will come back as an evil specter and haunt you.”
“You haunted me for thirteen years, Sabrina, so that’s a pretty pale threat.”

I never doubt Maisey Yates. Her Copper Ridge series is one that I go-to often when I want a sexy, gruff cowboy. And Liam Donnelly, well, he’s sexy. And he has gruff down. Or maybe it’s asshole he’s rocking. . .

Both. It’s both.

Christmastime Cowboy is yet another enjoyable installment in this small-town
Sara Strand
Nov 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
If you are in need of a good holiday themed romance book that isn't heavy in explicit sex scenes, this is going to be your read this year. The best part is it's well under $10, so that's even better for those of us who are a little tight with the budget. My copy also had a bonus story included, which was a fun little read too and compliments the main story.

Overall, this is a story of young love gone awry because parents meddle and nobody thinks they are good enough. Which maybe isn't the worst
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Another Christmas story. I really enjoyed this Maisey Yates story. I love the Copper Ridge series and have read every book. This is the last Donnelly brothers story and I believe he was the most messed up than all of the brothers. Liam was not loved by both his mother and father. We find out that his mother the one person whom was supposed to love and care for him abused him.

She did some pretty messed up things, but Liam put up with it to protect his younger brother Alex. When he was younger
Cara Ross
Dec 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
After reading Wild Ride Cowboy (book 9), I knew I needed to read Christmastime Cowboy! I knew that I needed more Donnelly! And boy, did I get a humdinger of a book with Christmastime Cowboy!!

We start out by reconnecting with Alex Donnelly, the bad boy of Copper Ridge, who broke Sabrina Leighton heart, when he took the bribe from her father, to get out of town! But now he is back, a self-made man, who wants to be a part of his family's life, even if that means dealing with the one person who
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New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Maisey Yates lives in rural Oregon with her three children and her husband, whose chiseled jaw and arresting features continue to make her swoon. She feels the epic trek she takes several times a day from her office to her coffee maker is a true example of her pioneer spirit. In 2009, at the age of twenty-three Maisey sold her first book.

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