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Christmas Cowboy

Married to her job as a corporate trainer for a successful direct sales company, Kenzie Beckett doesn’t have time for a man. Burned twice by two-timing losers, she has no intention of there being an opportunity for a third time. When a handsome rodeo cowboy catches her eye at the airport, she resolves it will take more than a pair of dusty boots and a dimpled smile to charm her.

Tate Morgan can handle the toughest saddle bronc on the rodeo circuit, but he loses the ability to think straight around the beautiful woman he keeps running into at the airport. Completely captivated by a woman who makes it clear she loathes cowboys, Tate will have to work a little holiday magic if he wants to win her heart.



Praise for Christmas Cowboy

“This is a really sweet, really well written story that romance readers will love. It is a perfect representation of the genre and I loved how it was incorporated around the Christmas holiday (which is sure to get any readers into the festive spirit!). Tate is handsome, sweet, and never gives up, even when he is shut out by the distrustful Kenzie. Readers will relate to Kenzie’s walls, but root for her to tear them down and give the loving Tate a chance.”

Janelle Fila for Readers’ Favorite

“I can’t remember the last time I read a clean, contemporary Western romance. Probably before the time of e-readers if I really think about it. And while I love a great cowboy romance, there is something about this story that moved me. I want to say it’s because it’s all about the relationship but, truthfully, that’s only part of it. I can’t quite put my finger on it but whatever “it” is that makes this story unique and special and real is overwhelming. In a good way, of course…  A great fun read with bits of humor balanced with bits of seriousness wrapped and tied up in a sigh-inducing happy ending.”
Miriam Smith of Written Love

“Caution:  You may fall in love with a fictional cowboy named Tate! I loved this story so much! The chance meetings at the airport and the flirting back and forth! Family, rodeos, Christmas, trust issues, yeah this book covers it all! The entire book consumed my thoughts until I was finished reading it, and now that I am done, I am still thinking about it!  From contemporary to historical Hatfield can write any genre she wants and I will read it! The romance level is clean but the chemistry and kisses are smoking hot! With characters that are endearing and you feel a real emotional connection with, Hatfield has a way of writing a story that anyone want would want to read! Grab your favorite blanket, find a cozy chair and a cup of hot cocoa because this Christmas story is one you won’t put down until you finish the last word! I’m going to start saving my pennies because I want to buy every book that have Hatfield has written!”

Books Are Sanity

“Great Holiday story with heart. I love all of Shanna Hatfield’s books and this one rates with all the others. It is just perfect to get me in the mood for the upcoming holidays. Her main characters are always strong loveable men and women. “

Amazon Reviewer

“Make your holiday special and read this touching, fun read. I don’t want to rehash the story but to say that it has a chivalrous rodeo cowboy and a strong-willed beautiful woman. The story is a fun read and is suitable for all ages.”

Amazon Reviewer


“What do you think?” Trey surveyed the menu that hadn’t changed since Viv took over the café fifteen years earlier. “Chicken fried steak or meatloaf?”

“Hmm. Good question.” Trent’s stomach growled as he thought about eating a decent meal.

The sound of ice and water glasses hitting the floor drew their attention to the table across from them.

A flustered woman bent to pick up the tray of water glasses she had dropped. Dark brown hair was styled in a severe bun and her face was a bright shade of red.

“I’m so terribly sorry,” she said in a quiet voice to the family seated at the table. “Please accept my apologies.” She hustled around the table with the tray of glasses firmly in hand only to slip on a chunk of ice and slide right into Trey.

The one glass that hadn’t yet spilled tipped over and ran down his front, soaking his shirt and jeans.

Aware of her humiliation, Trey reached out an arm to steady her. A flash of fire shot through his fingers and up his arm. Swiftly jerking his hand away, he stared at the woman as she drew in a startled gasp.

“I beg your pardon, sir. I’m so sorry.” She took a step back, horrified by what she’d done.

“Well, I reckon its fine.” A slow grin spread across his face. Although one side of his shirt was ice cold and clinging to his chest, and it would look like he couldn’t hold water if he stood, he was incapable of wiping the smile from his lips. “I’ll dry out by the time I’m finished eating. Don’t worry about it. I…”

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