Ansel is completely off-limits. That’s what Lark tells herself every day when she sees him. He’s her friend. He’s her coworker. And he can never be more. Except she can’t help remembering their one wild night together years ago. And she can’t help but wonder what might have been.
If Lark wants to pretend they’re nothing more than friends, Ansel won’t argue. His hands are full running his family’s feed store. And he’s not willing to risk the friendship they have no matter how badly he wants just one more night with her.
Then one sizzling kiss at the county fair turns them upside down and has Ansel and Lark questioning everything. Are they ready for their second chance at forever?
Titles in the Cowboy Homecoming series include — Cowboy, Take Me Home —♥— Cowboy, Give Me Tonight —♥— Cowboy, Love Me Again —♥— Cowboy, Hold Me Forever —♥—
This is an adult 18+ story that may contain language, possible violence, and/or sexual situations geared to an adult audience.
Title: Cowboy, Love Me Again
Series: Cowboy Homecoming #3
Author: Genevieve Turner
Genre: Modern Western Romance
Published: June 23, 2022
My Rating: 4 stars
Cowboy, Love Me Again is the third story in the Cowboy Homecoming series. It “could” be read as a stand-alone, yet there are references to earlier events in the series that if I’d known about them firsthand the entire story might have had a bigger impact on what was happening right now in the series. When I eventually go back to this series I will be starting at the beginning to get the entire picture of this world.
Ansel and Lark are friends – now – but for one night they were far more than that. Yet, neither contacted the other so they both came to the conclusion that the one night was a mistake not to be repeated… and tried to continue their friendship without the obvious naked elephant in the room. It wasn’t always easy and given their inner dialogue, it was very frustrating and hurtful but they managed to not only live in the same small town but work together in a manner of speaking.
I loved the otherworldly portion of this story. One mirror that I’m not so sure I’d want in my bedroom for certain. I enjoyed the constant tension and bantering between Lark and Ansel, their feelings are obvious to everyone but themselves. When trouble strikes friends and family they find themselves on opposite sides of the issue – and that was heartbreaking to read.
Cowboy, Love Me Again was an emotional journey for me. There were moments when I cheered this couple on and others when they both needed to have someone give them a strong, stern talking to! Lark had to make some hard decisions, I’ve very glad at the way everything eventually worked out, but it was certainly difficult, emotionally, to get there. I enjoyed myself in this world and should you enjoy a complex romance with tensions galore – and just as much hidden love to be revealed, then this story is perfect for you.
*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the author or author’s team via Booksprout. The opinions expressed in this review are my own – good, bad, or indifferent. I was not financially compensated for this review and no expectation of a positive review was promised.*
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