Series: Cotton Creek #3
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Publication date: July 3, 2017
Publisher: Entangled Lovestruck
Format: eARC, 222 pages
How I got it: NetGalley
Add it: Goodreads
Buy it: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iTunes
California video game designer Adam Clark knows that, in his business, authenticity is the key. So, for their newest Western adventure game, he and his partners decide to try out Cowboy Camp. Only Adam’s friends never arrive, leaving him a bit—okay, a lot—preoccupied, trying to resist the gorgeous cowgirl who owns the ranch.
Single mom Skye Hawkins is too busy trying to keep her family’s dude ranch out of the red to even think about romance. But she’s having trouble avoiding Adam. He’s smart, he’s sweet, he’s funny…and he’s hot! Maybe it’s the mountain air, but she finds herself letting down her guard. And the fireworks are definitely worth it.
The only problem—they live in totally different worlds. Still, Adam is nothing if not resourceful. Sure, he wants to catch the cowgirl. But more importantly, he needs to find a way to keep her.
I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
I was looking for a fun and swoony romance when I started reading Catching the Cowgirl. That’s exactly what I found, too. Bonus? It gave me a little bit of the small town, country vibe that I needed in my life, too.
I really liked both Adam and Skye. He was smart and swoony. She was strong and determined and pretty much kicked butt. I’ve read my fair share of country/city romances, but I think this is the first where the guy was from the city. I really liked the twist on the opposites attract trope. These two definitely came from different worlds, but with chemistry like theirs, it doesn’t even matter. I was shipping these two hard from the start. I understood why Skye was apprehensive of Adam and his intentions and I really liked how he pursued her. You all know I love it when guys go all in for the girl.
Catching the Cowgirl was a great, quick read. It was heartwarming, funny and super swoony. It’s my first Jennie Marts book, but it certainly won’t be my last. I enjoyed her writing, characters and the country setting.
She tasted like chocolate and cherry lip balm and what he was pretty sure heaven would be like.
Although calling it just a kiss didn’t do it justice. It was more like a toe-curling, spine-tingling, heat-filled lip assault. And that was putting it mildly.
Have you read any of Jennie’s books?
Are there any you suggest I check out?