She came to Second Chance
…he took a chance on love
Art curator Sophie Monroe is overwhelmed with starting a new business and raising four-year-old twins. Needing help, the divorced mom hires cowboy Zeke Roosevelt as her interim nanny! French lessons and bookish pursuits give way to riding and roping. And scholarly Sophie falls hard for the strong, practical cowboy. Until Zeke reveals a secret that may prevent this temporary posse from becoming a permanent family.
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Rescued by the Perfect Cowboy
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Harlequin via NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it.
This was such a great story. I enjoyed the first one and this one I think was even better. I love a good cowboy story. Zeke was in an accident and broke his leg. He had to stay at the inn in town to recuperate. Also staying at the inn is Sophie and her two precocious twin boys, Alexander and Andrew. Sophie is trying to open up a "treasure" store to sell her grandfather's items that he collected and stored there in town. The story is a great one and follows the sub-plot of the first one. Why did Grandfather stipulate in his will that his children had to fire all of the grandchildren from their jobs in the various family business and they (the grandkids) inherited a town. Yep, Grandpa Harlan owned a town. All of the town folks cannot discuss their grandfather's business for an entire year after his death.
This story is written in a dual POV format. I absolutely adored it. There were times when I laughed so hard that I had to stop reading. Also there were some very poignant moments as well. I loved Zeke. The humble but extremely honorable cowboy was the perfect male protagonist. Sophie took a little warming up to because even though she tried not to be a snob, she was just a little bit.
This is such a great sweet, clean romance. While it is the second in the series, you don't have to read the first one to follow this one along. I highly recommend this one to anyone (especially if you love cowboys!!!)
This is a great opposites-attract story that’s so much more than a romance. It’s a quirky town filled with fun characters. The cute kids and meddling townsfolk make for an adventure well worth your time.
All the Monroe books are great and I highly recommend them.