Tuesday, September 5, 2023

Review: Take Me Please, Cowboy (The 85th Copper Mountain Rodeo #1) by Jane Porter


Two worlds. One love. No compromise.

Professional rodeo cowboy Rye Calhoun has been the primary breadwinner for his family since he was seventeen. Now thirty, there’s still no time for romance, and there certainly isn’t room for beautiful Texan Ansley Campbell, an artist with big dreams…dreams that don’t align with his.

WhenAnsley Campbell’s ailing uncle needs someone to help him at Cold Canyon Ranch in Paradise Valley, Ansley volunteers, eager for some breathing space from her family of overbearing men. But when her uncle Clyde has an accident the weekend of the Copper Mountain Rodeo, handsome cowboy Rye Calhoun is there to help.

From the moment Rye and Ansley meet, their chemistry sizzles, but their worlds are nothing alike and neither of them is in a position to compromise. Is love really enough, or are they asking to have their hearts broken?


My Review:

A perfect start of the 85th Copper Mountain Rodeo Series.

This is such a great opposites attract romance and a hard book to put down.  Ansley and Rye meet while Rye was in Marietta for the 85th Copper Mountain Rodeo.  They fall for each other pretty fast.  But certain factors play into the story that could keep them apart if they don’t fight hard enough for their relationship. 

This story is romantic, exciting and emotional all rolled together.  I liked how both characters were close with their families and would do anything for them.  They didn’t want to disappoint their families, even if meant ignoring their own happiness.  I was so happy when Rye and Ansley finally got the happily ever after.  This is a book you won’t want to miss.  I highly recommend it to anyone who loves cowboys, rodeo, and small town settings.

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