Thursday, August 5, 2021

Review: The Cowboy Says I Do (Montana Rodeo Brides #1) by Sinclair Jayne

He needs her to say I do...

When professional rodeo cowboy Beck Ballantyne returns home to Marietta, Montana, nothing goes as planned. His granddad, flanked by his three determined daughters, announces his plan to sell his legacy ranch after the rodeo. Hoping he’ll reconsider, Beck and his two cousins launch the Rodeo Bride Game. Beck initially has the advantage as he has a long-time girlfriend—except she’s just called it quits.

Ashni Singh has loved Beck since high school, but she’s done living out of a suitcase on the rodeo tour. She’s ready to put down roots and build her own career. Learning she’s unexpectedly expecting makes her even more determined to make a new life. So when Beck dutifully proposes, she does what any self-respecting, career-oriented, educated woman at the end of her patience would do. She says no.

The Rodeo Bride Game may have started as a fun challenge, but Beck has never been more serious about winning Ash’s heart and her hand.


My Review:

A heartbreaking, but beautiful romance.

This book took me through so many emotions.  Beck and Ashni have been together since high school.  Ashni put her dreams on hold to follow Beck around the country as he competed in rodeos.  What happens next is a misunderstanding that has Ashni breaking up with Beck.  It was hard to see these two characters who were so much in love and both hurting so bad.  But when Ashni breaks up with Beck and starts living her own dreams, Beck vows to win her back at any cost. 

There is so much to love about this story.  It is the first in a series and I can’t wait to get my hands on the books that will follow. 

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