Have you read any of the books from the Holiday, Montana series? It’s a series about the family of men call Cooper. Holiday, Montana is a magical town and it seem that each Cooper gets to enjoy a holiday especially picked for them. In Charmed Spirits we meet Jordan, a witch, and Matt, a ghost around Halloween. Next up with Santa’s Executive with Justin, a Santa Executive, and Rina, an elf. Now meet Tyler, a cupid, and Abigail, a school teacher.
Tyler Cooper has known he was a cupid since puberty, but now he is joining the active force and waiting on his welcome packet. He is also Sheriff of Holiday, Montana. Now he has his wings, bow and arrows, breaking down the love barrier walls so couples can find each other. But he is a one night stand guy, love ’em and leave ’em type. Never expecting to find his true love until he gets hit by his own arrows and discovers the woman he barely noticed is his one and only.
Abigail Clarke is leaving town. Dating prospects are slim and she won’t be left pining for the one man she has always loved. The house is up for sale, and she is making her rounds to say goodbye. When she stops by to tell Tyler the news, she sees the bow and arrow, which only true loves can see. Tyler makes a grab for it knicking himself. When he sees her for the first time, she shoots him down thinking it is a pity date.
A dark force from the past intervene’s when his curse on the cupid is broken. When he threatens Abigail, Tyler won’t let him take away the love of his life he has finally found. The brothers come together to support each other and fight a force of evil.
What I like about this Cooper family is that while they are a little shocked, they stand by each other through all the magic and weird stuff that happens. They pretty much take everything in stride which is kind of funny. At this point with 3 out of the 5 already with holidays, I think the other two are just waiting to find their own holiday.
A very brief love scene between the two, but a lot of kissing and foreplay. Tyler has a lot of time to make up for and a lot that he never said due to the curse. Abigail is coming into her confidence and when the town turns on her, she gives it back. Their lives are changed, but they stay strong and work through the issues like a couple.
I recommend this for those that want a sweet romance revolving around a magical town that embraces their holidays with zeal.
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