Three and a half years ago, Tommy Wyatt was in Las Vegas for the National Finals Rodeo. He had only one thing on his mind—winning another national championship—until he met a beautiful young med student who changed his life.
Blake Eden is in the last few months of her general practice residency, interviewing for jobs and eager to move forward. But before she can seize her future, she needs to settle some things from her past—like bringing closure to her impulsive marriage to rodeo champion Tommy Wyatt.
When Blake shows up at the Salinas Rodeo demanding Tommy sign their divorce papers, Tommy makes it clear he isn’t interested in signing anything. When he married Blake, he meant his vows. Now Tommy has one week to convince his secret wife they’re meant to be together.
Loved the story of Blake and Tommy. Too bad all women don’t have a “Tommy” in their lives. What a wonderful man! Blake’s insecurities with her health issues caused such pain for both of them. I’m so glad it turned into an HEA at the end, but sad to see the story end. Excellent reading.
Montana Cowboy Promise, the fifth book in Jane Porter’s Wyatt Brothers of Montana series is a roller ride of emotions. Tommy and Blake hit squarely in the heartstrings, their unusual journey is fraught with time and distance. Blake’s stoicism is juxtaposed by Tommy’s strength and all encompassing heart. I was engaged with and cheering for this couple from their meet cute, Tommy’s unintended rescue of Blake, and their subsequent marriage was endearing, as was their instant draw to each other.
I’m not sure the last time when two characters left such a lasting impression, well long after the story had ended…my emotions ran the gamut from tears to escalating joy. If there was ever a couple who deserved a true HEA, it was these two…they will go in my book lovers’ heart as one of my all time favorites.
This ARC book was complimentary, provided by the Publisher. I am voluntarily providing my honest review.
Great book that will tug on the heartstrings
Montana Cowboy Promise really tugs at the heart strings. Tommy's determination to not give up on his impulsive marriage to Blake is probably my favorite part. I truly enjoyed the real life issues in this book. I loved catching up with the characters from previous books in the series especially Melvin and Summer. I would highly recommend this book and the entire series.