White Christmas in Dry Creek
A great Christmas read!
White Christmas in Dry Creek by Janet Tronstad
ReneeÃ¢ÂÂs ex-husband dragged her along in his life of crime. But even though he is in jail, serving time for his crimes, she is not willing to trust a man again. Especially the probable cattle rustler who shows up at her front door, bleeding from a gunshot wound.
Rusty Calhoun is back in town, trying to reconnect with his younger brother and make a life for himself after serving in the armed forces. Being accused of a crime his first day back makes it difficult to make a good first impression.
The town of Dry Creek, Montana, has an agenda: To put on its yearly Christmas pageant. Rusty joins ReneeÃ¢ÂÂs daughter Tessie in the cast, and as they near the performance time, Rusty proves to Renee, the sheriff, and the entire community that he is worthy of their trust.
I enjoyed this latest book in the Return to Dry Creek series. It is a book you will enjoy even if it is your first Dry Creek novel.
I was given a copy of this book by the author, in exchange for an honest review.
November 4, 2013
Another great visit to Dry Creek
Only in Dry Creek with a blizzard raging would you find a wounded man on your porch and fall in love him. I love this little town and the people that make it feel like home.
I love how Janet Tronstad makes you feel as if you are one of the people in Dry Creek. I love visiting Dry Creek with each new book and anxiously wait the next book.
October 21, 2013
Return to Dry Creek Book 5 - Dry Creek Series Book
White Christmas in Dry Creek By Janet Tronstad
Return to Dry Creek Book 5 - Dry Creek Series Book 23
Renee Gray had returned to Dry Creek in the previous book, Second Chance in Dry Creek, when she came battered and bleeding to find her father, Colen Gray who worked at the Elkton Ranch. She had enough of being on the run with her outlaw of a husband. Now her ex is in prison and she's content cooking for the hands at the Ranch. And her young daughter Tessie can be at her side.
Rusty Calhoun had stayed away from Dry Creek. He left at eighteen to join the army and never returned, until now. His father had kept him away, but now that he was dead, Rusty is responsible for his younger brother Eric. Unfortunately his brother is in deep trouble and the beautiful Renee already has 'guilty' stamped on Rusty's head as well. Her young daughter, on the other hand, is sure he's a prince who can rescue her.
Once again the reader is drawn into the small town of Dry Creek and it's friendly people. Mrs. Hargrove is always there with a welcoming smile and loving hug for the prodigals who are returning. This time around there are dangerous cattle rustlers stealing the peace and good will around the Christmas season along with the cattle.
September 27, 2013