Sweet Nights with a Cowboy
by Caitlin Crews
Release Date: December 1, 2020
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Book #2.5++ in the Kittredge Ranch series
Number of Pages: approx. 100
Source: ARC from NetGalley and publisher
Contemporary Romance/Holidays M/F
Read 11/8/20 to 11/9/20
A bonus novella in the back of Secret Nights with a Cowboy, in which the youngest Kittredge brother, Connor, finds his happy ever after with ex-girlfriend Missy Minton – infamous in Cold River for her teenage shenanigans with the high school boyfriend she was afraid she felt much too much for…
I know the picture I included with this post is not for this title, but this short holiday novella was included in my ARC of Secret Nights with a Cowboy. From what I gather, it is also included in the final published copies of that story. Therefore, I’m marking it as book 2.5 in this series.
Like I said, this is a novella. Really short and sweet. We get the story of the youngest Kittredge brother; his first and only love Missy, what went wrong, and their fling when she comes back to town to lick her professional and emotional wounds. In other words, it’s a beautiful second-chance romance.
I found this story to be extremely sweet. Missy and Connor have amazing chemistry. And because, at first, Connor believes he has a finite amount of time before Missy finds a new job out of town and moves away again, he pulls out all the romantic stops to give them both some fun and happy memories. Very swoony.
Definitely a feel-good holiday story worth a read.
**I received an ARC of this book courtesy of Net Galley and the publisher. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and given freely**
++When Secret Nights with a Cowboy was first released and my review for that book was posted, it was listed as #1 in this series. Now, it is listed as #2 with The Last Real Cowboy listed as #1. That story is also listed as book #3 in the Cold River Ranch series. It’s really the story that links these two series the most, so I guess that’s understandable. Just wanted to clear that up in case there was any confusion with my numbering.