A cowboy billionaire beast, his new manager, and the Christmas traditions that soften his heart and bring Cy and Patsy together.
When Cy Hammond loses his girlfriend and then his custom motorcycle shop, he needs a fresh start. He sets his sights on Coral Canyon, because the majority of his family is there now. When he hires the manager who runs Whiskey Mountain Lodge to run his new shop, he’s completely unprepared for the sparks to fly. After all, his heart has been singed, and he’s not looking for another relationship.
Patsy Foxhill has dubbed her new boss “the Beast,” because of his perpetual stormy mood, but when she gets to know the cowboy billionaire behind the beast, she realizes what a good heart Cy has. She learns about a disabled veteran they can help in time for Christmas—if she can get Cy out of hiding and into the shop that bears his name. Can Patsy’s faith in Cy rejuvenate his trust in women? Or will he let everyone down this Christmas…including himself?
The author on writing in the Christmas genre:
“So, I think Christmas itself especially evokes this feeling of family and belonging to something that’s important… It’s about spending time, like real time, with the people that we just really want to be with and that accept us for who we are. And so, a Christmas romance encapsulates all of that where we take… single people, and we give them somebody to belong to. And somebody that they can be themselves with and somebody that will love them despite their flaws and I think that’s really beautiful.”Liz Isaacson