This hop is all about romance. If you follow the blog than you I’m a huge Entangled Bliss fan. The imprint is all about sweet romance, family, everyday men and women, and small towns, with caring if not nosey and pushy townspeople. Her Cowboy’s Promise encompasses all that and more. I fell in love with this story, as well as the main and secondary characters. Seriously, this book gave me all kinds of feels. I needed a tissue a couple of times. Yes, I will admit that I started author stalking Jennifer Hoopes. I might have unapologetically begged for a certain character to have their own story. My fingers are STILL crossed.
She’s the last woman he should fall in love with...
Three years ago, artist Emily White’s grief and survivor’s guilt sent her to the small Wyoming town of Fly Creek. Since then, she’s kept her emotions safely tucked away—until she meets the new rancher at Sky Lake Dude Ranch. Stetson in hand, the gorgeous cowboy’s arrival in her store immediately shakes up her world.
Adam Conley is only in Fly Creek for as long as it takes to fulfill his promise to his late cousin. The small town brings up too many memories of the life he left behind years ago. He knows his task won’t be easy, but the last thing he expects is the instant attraction to the reason he’s in town. Emily is beautiful, vibrant, and completely off-limits. He’s there to keep his promise—not fall in love.
But Adam’s secret will crumble everything Emily’s life has revolved around.
If you would like to read my 5 star review of Her Cowboy’s Promise, you can read it here.
If you’re interested in reading my interview with Jennifer, you can find it here.
FYI ~ The second book in Jennifer’s Fly Creek series, The Cowboy’s Homecoming Surprise, releases April 9th.
Up for grabs is an eCopy of Her Cowboy’s Promise from Amazon. The giveaway is open internationally, as long as the winner can receive the book from an Amazon US account. Tell me in the comments what you love about romance books, to get your entries started. Good luck.
I love getting to feel that falling-in-love feeling with the characters.ReplyDelete
Congratulations, Brooke. You're the winner. Look for an email from me soon.Delete
I love romance books because it feels something that is missing in my life. My husband is the least romantic of anyone I know.ReplyDelete
The romance, of course! :)ReplyDelete
I love the variety of genres that are mixed so sucessfully with romance.ReplyDelete
I love the feeling I get when reading them! Usually a happy ending in some sort of way! Rita SpratlenReplyDelete
I love reading about the HEAs that comes with romances!ReplyDelete
I love most the warm feeling I get while reading romances and the thoughts I have wishing my relationship I have was like that.ReplyDelete
I like YA romance as they are easier to read and way less complicatedReplyDelete
I love all the angst! Thank youReplyDelete
I just love cheering them on!ReplyDelete
They tug at my emotions and are often very complex!ReplyDelete
My favorite ones are those that have unusual twists. It's also amazing the way some of them do a great job of reflecting average people. Those are the best. Real people finding love through their journey.ReplyDelete
I have always enjoyed reading sweet romances with happy endings, because they make me feel good at the end.ReplyDelete
Romance books are a great way to escape for every day life.ReplyDelete
I love reading about people getting their happy endings.ReplyDelete
I love them because it's relatable.ReplyDelete
They always put a smile on my face. Who doesn't like to feel happy?ReplyDelete
I like the happy feeling I get from reading them.ReplyDelete
I like that I get to be "involved" in so many different kinds of relationships. And they almost always end well. LOL!ReplyDelete