This book was fine. And y’all, I hate writing reviews for books that were fine. I read it about three weeks ago, which is an admittedly long lag time between reading and reviewing for me, but it fell completely out of my head. I had to go back to my notes – which is rare for me. Normally, if I’m having trouble remembering the details of a book, all it takes is a glance at the summary and everything comes back to me. Sadly, not with this one.
So I’ll say this. I remember enjoying it while I read it. This is a great one for anyone who loves cowboy stories or stories of rodeos. The rough and tumble fella and the strong woman type stories. If those tick your boxes, then grab this one. Cole, our rodeo king, is a strong silent type, just like you’d want and our heroine, Jess is lovely. They have a past because of course they do and reading about them finding each other again was fun. Great way to pass a few hours, but not one I’d pick up again.
This one deserves a beer, but one that’s not heavy in weight. So no porters or stouts here, this one is an amber or IPA type book. As always, my beer-available-everywhere beer recommendation is Shiner or Yuengling. Local stuff to the Philly area, I’d say Dogfish Head 61 minute – their syrah IPA.
- Nicole Helm’s WordPress site, for further info about her books
- Other contemporary romances with rodeos
- FAQ’s about foster care, which is how Jess got involved in Cole’s life
I received a copy of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks!