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A Fun Read
Leah, who’s out of a livelihood, gets a job as a cook at Rocking J Ranch. When she arrives, she finds Gil, who’s in a wheelchair. Tom’s taking care of the ranch and thinks of it as his home. Noel’s there too. He left years ago, but has returned. Noel, the older son and rightful heir to the home, wants to sell it because he needs the money. If he does, Gil and Tom are out of a home and Leah’s out of work again.
This inspirational Christmas novella is a fun read that kept me wondering if Noel would end up selling the ranch out from under those who needed it. Would his attraction to the beautiful Leah play a part in his decision and would anything else influence him? I recommend Crazy Creek Christmas for all who want to curl up with a cup of hot chocolate and enjoy a sweet Christmas read.
Leah Hanes needs a job and a place to live. And the cowboys at Crazy Creek Ranch need her even more. When her current employer closes his restaurant for the winter, he suggests Leah take a position at the ranch as a cook. Raised in the foster system, Leah is self-sufficient and a loner. She knows this position will be temporary.
Until she meets Noel Johansen, the heir to the ranch. Noel is a fast talking mover and shaker who is close to reaching his goal of banking a million dollars before his thirtieth birthday. He wants to sell the ranch and be rid of the burden. He left ranch life years ago and has no desire to return. Until he meets Leah.
When a tragedy strikes and Noel loses everything, he has no other place to go than home and to Leah.
Crazy Creek Christmas is an endearing story of healing love and redemption. Grab a cup of hot cocoa and let Lisa Lickel’s characters warm your heart.
A feel-good, action-packed romance set in horse country is arriving just in time for the holidays. Lisa J. Lickel has a way of captivating readers, and Crazy Creek Ranch is no exception. Guilt-ridden, handsome Noel returns to the family ranch to face a painful past. Noel would like to sell the homestead, but his widowed brother-in-law, Gill, doesn’t want to. Complications mount because of the attractive 28-year-old woman, Leah, who arrives to help out, catching both men’s attention. This Christian story of forgiveness, family, and the longing for home is a winner.