Christmas at Copper Mountain - Jane Porter

Christmas at Copper Mountain

By Jane Porter

  • Release Date: 2013-11-29
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 280 Ratings


NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Jane Porter takes readers to the charming town of Marietta, Montana, in this feel-good holiday romance.
She’s determined to make Christmas perfect…

After a set-back, Harley Diekerhoff led a quiet life and kept to herself. Taking the temporary job at the Copper Mountain Ranch as widower Brock Sheenan’s housekeeper seemed perfect for her. But her calm cocoon is invaded with the arrival of Brock’s pre-teen twins, Mack and Molly, who’ve never experienced a proper Christmas.

Annoyed at first by Harley’s interference, Brock is secretly pleased she’s changed his tiwns’ world. It doesn’t hurt that he finds Harley incredibly attractive, fierce, smart and passionate. It’s also an added bonus that she’s not afraid to challenge him and get his blood heated! But when sparks fly and the attractions sizzles between them, Harley’s not so sure she can handle something permanent with this dark, taciturn cowboy who doesn’t know how to let her in.

Can Brock hold on to her and pray for a Christmas miracle…

Taming of the Sheenan Series 
Book 1: Christmas at Copper Mountain (Brock Sheenan) 
Book 2: The Tycoon's Kiss (Troy Sheenan) 
Book 3: The Kidnapped Christmas Bride (Trey Sheenan) 
Book 4: Taming of the Bachelor (Dillion Sheenan) 
Book 5: A Christmas Miracle for Daisy (Cormac Sheenan) 
Book 6: The Lost Sheenan's Bride (Shane Sheenan)


  • Christmas at copper mountain

    By slimeahaloic
    I finished the book a while ago and i was just looking on the book app were yiu can read on your phone and i had a flashback of when ibwas reading it i would read if for like 2-3 hours a day it was sk good thank yiu to the author of this book
  • Made me cry

    By Cbscbs51
    Loved it. Sweet story.
  • Good read but needs more another chapter to wrap up the ending

    By Safetylady58
    The story is wonderful but the ending was too abrupt.
  • Great story!

    By Aelissm
    What a great love story. Wonderful to fine people who have loved and lost finding happiness again.
  • Christmas at Copper Mountain

    By Tiggy/Cookie
    Jane Porter always writes a great story. This was not a long book but a very sweet story. A woman who lost her family leaves everything she knows to become a cook and housekeeper on a temporary basis for a rancher in Montana. The rancher is a stern quiet man that she knows nothing about. In the interim his 11 year old twins run away from their boarding school and show up late at night while he is out looking for strayed cattle. This is a complication since the housekeeper is still mourning the loss of her own children and doesn't think she can stay on under the circumstances.
  • Christmas at Copper Mountain

    By Diamond of the Rockies
    This is a really well written romance story. I look forward to read the complete series. Once you have read this one you will too. Enjoy!
  • Christmas/Copper Mtn

    By Carla DeJonge
    Shocked to read our heroin was from "my own town" Visalia, CA! You described the fog to a tee and I happen to know a few Dairymen here! Very good read! Loved the storyline. Keep writing and I will keep reading! Loved it!
  • Christmas at Copper Mountain

    By Bboewe
    Very nice read. Good feelings from this book. Bonnie
  • Great Read!

    By harborgirl
    I loved this book--great characters who have survived horrible loss and emerge bruised and battered, yet not hopeless. Through improbable love the individuals form a bond that is stronger than any of them alone and it all makes for a wonderful Christmas story!! This was my first book from this author--but it won't be my last! Thank you, Jane Porter, for this tender, thoughtful story!!
  • beautiful love story

    By momof3boysj
    This is a touching Christmas story which warms the heart. Harley takes a job at a ranch in Montana to escape the trappings of Christmas. Three years prior she lost her husband and children in a plane crash and holidays are too hard. Brock lives with strict rules and lost his interest in Christmas, despite raising two children on his own after his wife died when they were babies. Harley wins over the ranch hands by being herself and doing things her way, which seems to go fine until Brock's kids arrive unexpectedly. Harley's first thought is to bolt--she can't handle kids, because she loved being a mother--but life has a funny way of warming the heart. Harley helps Brock to see he needs to be a more demonstrative father to his children, and Brock and his kids push their way into Harley's grieving soul. As Harley and Brock start falling for each other, they realize there's a little bit of Christmas magic, and a guardian angel pushing them to find a new life, and love together.