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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Book Review - Promise Me, Cowboy: Copper Mountain Rodeo by C.J. Carmichael

About The Book:

Sage Carrigan never meant to be the other woman. Unfortunately, bronco rider Dawson O’Dell neglected to mention he was married the night he invited her to his bed after they’d both placed first in their rodeo events. When his wife walked in on them – Sage was deeply hurt and humiliated.

After an accident in the ring the next day, Sage decides she’s quitting the rodeo–and cowboys—to become a chocolatier in her hometown ranching community, Marietta, Montana. She’s doing just fine, but then Dawson shows up —five years later, with a little girl in tow.

He’s here for the Copper Mountain Rodeo hoping to win big. But he’s also got plans of settling down with his daughter and buying a house—the very same one that Sage has been dreaming about. He says he’s here for her and he’s making lots of promises. But can he keep them?

My Thoughts:

"Promise Me, Cowboy" is the third story in the Copper Mountain Rodeo series, and it continues the story of the feisty and sassy women of Marietta, Montana and the men who love them.

I am really enjoying this series, and particularly liked this story of Sage Carrigan and her chocolate shop!  I think it should be a new rule that if you are going to mention food in a book, you have to include the recipes, because there are some delicious sounding candy treats featured in this story!  I also admired the character of Dawson O'Dell, the rodeo cowboy who comes back to make amends with Sage - takes a mighty good man to know when to say he's sorry.

C.J. Carmichael captures the essence of the beautiful Montana setting with her wonderful descriptive writing in this charming love story.  It's a great addition to this series, and I can't wait for the next installment!

About The Author:

CJ has published over 35 novels and has twice been nominated for a RITA award. She likes to write stories about romance, family and intrigue, usually in small town or rural settings. When it’s time to take a break from the computer, she heads to the Rocky Mountains near her home in Calgary where she lives with her partner Michael and their cat, Penny.

Check out her website at www.cjcarmichael.com

For more information on the Montana Born: Copper Mountain Rodeo series, check out their website at www.montanabornbooks.com

My thanks to BookSparks PR for providing the review copy of this book. I was not compensated for my opinion.

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