Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Brokedown Cowboy (Copper Ridge #2)
by Maisey Yates

Cooper Garrett is a widower. He lost his wife a few years ago and now he drinks his sorrows away with his  best friend Jack Daniels. He has no interest in happiness. He prefers solitude although, he does let his family come around to check on him and his best friend Liss brings him groceries so he doesn’t starve.

Felicity “Liss” Foster is still trying to pay the bills after her ex created a large credit card debt. When she's asked to move out of the apartment she was living in, Cooper offers a place to stay. She doesn’t know if this is a good idea. Since she met Copper she has had a crush on him. When he married her best friend she was devastated but after a night of crying and drinking, she supported their marriage without a second guess. 

Living together creates tension and desire between them. Sparks are flying. How long before they combust?

 “I doubt a lot of things, Liss. But one thing I don’t doubt, and one thing you don’t need to doubt, is that I want you. Simple as that.”


I love books were the heroine finally gets the chance to land the hero. 
Liss was a strong heroine. She is ready to fight for her chance at love this time around. At the beginning she tries to fight her attraction to Cooper but when he confesses he’s attracted to her, all bets are off. 
Cooper made me upset at him a few times, especially when he kept on pushing Liss away. I wanted to get in there and straighten him out myself.  
I do love getting the cameos from Sadie and Eli. I love when Eli throw Copper’s words back at him. Someone needed to help Cooper stop self destroying his chance at happiness. It might as well be Eli. 

“Stop trying to act like you’re a 100-percent-mean son of a bitch,” Eli said. “It’s only about 85 percent.”

This book also gives a hint about the next characters to get a book, Kate and Jack. I know I’m going to like their story. 

“Then you’re in luck. Because you have me. I won’t be perfect, but I will love you. Now and forever.”

Cliffhanger: No

4/5 Fangs

A complimentary copy was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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