25 Reasons to Hate Christmas and Cowboys by Elle Thorpe
**VOTED FAVOURITE SMALL TOWN STORY **finalist in the 2019/20 Australian Romance Readers Association Awards.** Reason 17 - The year Nana drank too much eggnog and threw up in my Guccis. Isabel hates Christmas. She’s got a Christmas disaster for each of her 25 years. When her boss sends her from the sun-kissed beaches of Australia to snowy small-town Wyoming, it’s just another thing to add to her ‘do not like’ list. Snow sucks. Christmas sucks. And cowboys suck most of all. Except maybe for one… Reason 21 - The year my workplace secret Santa bought me tampons. From the bathroom vending machine. Johnny loves Christmas. And it only gets better when he lays eyes on a grinchy brunette with the cutest accent around. She might only be in town for a few weeks, but he’s never been one to back down from a challenge. He’s going to right every wrong on her list to make her fall in love with Christmas. And with him. Reason 25 - The year I fell for a sexy cowboy. Who lives on the other side of the world. What the hell do I do now? 25 Reasons to Hate Christmas and Cowboys is a standalone romantic comedy sure to give you all the feels of a Hallmark movie, but with the steamy scenes you know you know you’ve been missing. Scroll up and 1-click today!
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