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The Littlest Cowgirls: A Clean Romance (The Mountain Monroes Book 7) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- ASIN : B08BK3Y9W6
- Publisher : Harlequin Heartwarming; Large type / Large print edition (February 1, 2021)
- Publication date : February 1, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 3161 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 226 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #523,707 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Throughout the series, we’ve watched Laurel find happiness with Mitch, and for Ashley to begin the growing process of not being what is expected of her but to find her own journey – even if that moves her away from the safe niche she’s had in Hollywood. Now Ashley is about to come fully into her own as she tackles roles far beyond what she’s ever done before, yet knows with a heartfelt certainty that it is the right path for her right now. Of course, that doesn’t mean there won’t be speed bumps along this new road she’s traveling – and one of those just happens to be the attraction she has for one very annoying man, Wyatt.
I have to be frank in the fact that I never warmed up to Wyatt. I don’t know why that was, he certainly turned himself around by the story’s ending but that’s what happens sometimes – that reaction certainly took nothing away from the story nor his interactions with the Monroes, Gabby, or Laurel and Ashley. Now, Ashley, I adored for several reasons but mainly because she’s looking in the mirror and not liking what she sees and sets out to change herself into the woman she wants to be, one that she believes is capable of the multi-tasking career moves she’s making. And a woman who can stand toe-to-toe with Wyatt on her own terms.
We get the chance to run into several familiar faces in Second Chance, and perhaps get a different viewpoint of some of those family members along the way. I enjoyed being back in this series, and while I still have some catching up to do I’ve had fun with the Monroes and their small mountain town.
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There are conflicts that arise between the characters in the story but things seem to work out for the best, and people get along which is always really nice and why I love to read romance, where I know the ending will be a happily ever after. I especially like to read clean, wholesome romance, and Melinda Curtis is an expert at keeping that perfect balance of a wonderful, interesting story without crossing over the line to being explicit.
I have read several books by Melinda Curtis in the pass and I really enjoy her writing style so much. I truly am going to miss this series after the final book is released in June 2021. It is going to be difficult to say goodbye to these people that I have come to care about.
Ashley must redeem herself with her sister Laurel, her family, and Wyatt. She’s the one that put everyone in this mess. All Wyatt has to do is sign some papers and he can walk away back to his life.
Wyatt must make a choice and it’s not easy, and that’s putting it mildly. On top of it Ashley is doing some sort of film in Second Chance which has history to the town of Second Chance, Idaho. He wants to know more about It. She doesn’t want him involved. He needs to make her see otherwise.
So much more to come. I highly suggest you buy this book. Ms. Curtis did not disappoint me. In fact the whole Mountain Monroe series is amazing. Now you can read them by themselves, but I liked reading in order. Of course all the characters will be seen throughout the books. I just like reading books in a series from the beginning.
It was great to catch up with so many characters that I have enjoyed reading about in past books. Laurel and Mitch were getting ready for their wedding and tensions were high regarding whether Wyatt would agree to sign away his parental rights or want to participate in the parenting of the girls. Gabby, Mitch’s twelve year old daughter, played a pivotal role in the story and it was fun to see things from her perspective, too.
I loved the way Ashley and Wyatt’s connection built throughout this book. They had quite a bit in common, yet different ways of approaching their acting careers. The romance between these two ended up being very sweet and natural.
The author wrapped up all of the many pieces of this story into a very satisfying happily-ever-after with a sweet epilogue.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.