Former soldier, now rodeo cowboy, Huck Jones doesn’t believe in love or marriage. Still, a promise is a promise, and he’s prepared to honor his fallen team leader’s wish to walk his sister down the aisle in Marietta, Montana. When the groom bolts moments before the ceremony, Huck offers himself as her alternative groom.
Barrel racer Willow McBride hates the cowboy code, and the soldier code is even more annoying. She’s pregnant, not helpless, so when her late brother’s sexy friend offers himself as a sacrificial husband, the answer is a resounding no. She wants love, not duty. Plus, the 85th Copper Mountain Rodeo is looking to be her last as a competitor, and she intends to win.
Huck may no longer be a soldier, but he still believes no man—or woman—should be left behind. He’ll need to woo the beautiful, stubbornly independent cowgirl and change her mind. Failure is never an option.
Titles in the 85th Copper Mountain Rodeo series include — Take Me Please, Cowboy by Jane Porter —♥— Tempt Me Please, Cowboy by Megan Crane —♥— Marry Me Please, Cowboy by Sinclair Jayne —♥— Promise Me Please, Cowboy by CJ Carmichael —♥— The Untold Story of Carol Bingley by Jane Hartley —♥—
Titles in The Coyote Cowboys of Montana series include — The Cowboy’s Word —♥— Marry Me Please, Cowboy (The 85th Copper Mountain Rodeo #3) —♥— The Cowboy’s Christmas Homecoming —♥— The Cowboy Charm —♥—
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Title: Marry Me Please, Cowboy
Series: The 85th Copper Mountain Rodeo #3 & The Coyote Cowboys of Montana #2
Author: Sinclair Jayne
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Modern Western Romance
Published: September 20, 2023
Publisher: Tule Publishing
My Rating: 4.5
I had an absolute blast with Marry Me Please, Cowboy. Not only did Huck and Willow take me back to Marietta, Montana, for the 10th Anniversary of the creation of my favorite fictional town, but it also gave me more from The Coyote Cowboys of Montana series while celebrating the 85th Copper Mountain Rodeo. Part of my decade-long (and counting) love affair with Marietta is how different series are woven into the fabric of this unique town. Familiar faces abound in any of the books; it always feels like coming home… and that’s a good feeling.
Willow didn’t plan on marrying any time soon, she had events to compete in, a ranch to run, family to tend to… she had plans. Yet those plans changed with two pink lines. She wasn’t expecting marriage to her baby’s daddy, but then it’s kind of hard to stop an avalanche heading downhill. If only he had paid more attention to their impending wedding instead of heading out for casting calls in his determination to milk his good looks and championship wins into an acting career. They were far from “in love,” but his disinterest in things important to Willow, like her family, had her questioning this decision.
Huck is the second military “brother” to fulfill one of his friend’s to-do/bucket list requests. And this one isn’t going to be exactly easy. Jace was supposed to walk his sister down the aisle at her wedding. That was no longer possible, but Huck planned to take his place and do right by his friend’s love for his sister. But it didn’t take long to see that things are not as perfect as they should be between this bride and groom. Or to discover that he had a strong attraction to a woman who is totally off-limits to him. This mission just became even more complicated.
I loved watching two equally stubborn, independent, determined people fall in love under the most unlikely circumstances. Willow and Huck simply fit, they felt right together but there are going to be a few rough roads before they find their happily ever after ending. If you love a well-written story, that is full of emotions, laughter, tears, regrets, promises, and a couple who obviously complete each other… then you’re going to love Marry Me Please, Cowboy.
*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the author or author’s team via Booksprout, and I sincerely thank them for their trust. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*
I’ve also purchased my own Kindle edition to add to my Marietta Montana collection. Yeah, it’s that good.
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