I received a copy of this book from Netgalley/Tule Publishing for an honest review. “Keep Me, Cowboy” by Nicole Helm is book three in the Montana Born Rodeo 2015 series but can be read as a standalone. This is Jess Clark and Cole McArthur’s story.
This is a sweet and emotional romance. Cole left ten years ago without saying goodbye to Jess. He hasn’t seen his family since he left. Jess doesn’t want to face Cole but his family needs him. She talks Cole into coming back to Marietta and facing his family so he can be with them in this time of need. Coming back is really hard on Cole since he and his dad do not get along. The whole McArthur family have lots of issues and secrets.
Even though it’s been ten years and they were teenagers when Cole left the attraction and chemistry between them has only intensified. Between the family issues and Cole leaving like he did will they give themselves a second chance at love?
The author did a great job of where the reader could feel the hurt, passion, sadness, frustration, and eventually happiness of the characters. A story of forgiveness and second chances. I really enjoyed this book!
So far all the books that I’ve read in the Montana Born Rodeo 2015 series can be read in any order and each is great as a standalone.