Snow on the Range, a review by Tanya

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Snow on the Range (Red Hart Ranch #1)
Sofia Aves

212 pages
Published Dec 1, 2020 by Little Quail Pres

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About the Book:
Every Christmas, Red Hart Ranch opens their doors to anyone lonely, and Montana provides the perfect backdrop for good company and better food. But this year, the table won’t be as full.

Eve Beaumont is a twin heir to Red Hart Ranch. The heart of the family, she loves the land, loves the people, and will do anything for them. Christmas sees most of the ranch hands return to their own homes to celebrate. Only a few long term cowboys remain with the family.

When Eve and her brother Trav go into town to collect supplies, they each bring home a drifter for Christmas. Rhys Archer and Simon Heldon are as different as two cowpokes can be. One a handsome, rough edged carver who can work the land and animals with a firm hand; the other a smooth-talking horseman with a devilish charm. Eve finds herself attracted to both men, but when tragedy hits the ranch, romance is the last thing on her mind.

Accidents happen around the ranch, and Eve isn’t sure who she can trust. She knows neither man is who he pretends to be — but when no one listens to her, she needs to prove her suspicions on her own.

Snow on the Range is a white Christmas story set in a small town along the Montana border into Canada. It is book one of Red Hart Ranch.

My Review:

Ranches are my happy place setting in books so of course, I was very excited to have the opportunity to read Snow on the Range.

I had no idea there were deer ranches though. Is that a thing? Do we need ranches for deer?  Hmmm

Beyond that little sticking point, I really enjoyed this story!  Loved the main characters and the action and mystery made this one a quick page-turner.  Knowing this is a new series makes it even better. I’ll have to keep my eyes open for Book 2 to see what’s next on tap!

Thank you to #Netgalley and #LittleQuailPress for this ARC.  All opinions expressed are my own.

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