Want Me, Cowboy

Copper Ridge

Maisey Yates adds another installment to her Cooper Ridge collection with "Want Me, Cowboy". This one starts out strong – Poppy is a great character, she’s got a lot of personality and she’s easy to envision with her fantastic fashion choices! She’s got spirit and her backstory with Isaiah is complicated. Isaiah is another unique character – he’s closed off, not very good socially, but brilliant. Poppy’s interest in him started at the most inconvenient time, but now Isaiah wants her as his convenient wife. Poppy wants his heart, not just a marriage band. But things change when they discover an intense chemistry and this leads to a few very sexy moments! The dialogue is pretty good too. The major issue was that there was a lot of lead up for the backstory of Isaiah and I felt a bit let down in how it developed. The end also felt like it moved at a strange pace. Otherwise, a pretty good read from Maisey Yates!

The Story: Poppy Sinclair has loved Isaiah Grayson since she was a teenager. Working as his assistant has been both heaven and hell – seeing him everyday and not having him. But he’s finally crossed a line. When Isaiah asks her to find him a convenient wife, Poppy is just about ready to quit. How could she possibly choose another woman to share his life and his bed? But when she threatens to leave, Isaiah comes up with a different proposal…

All Isaiah knows is that Poppy has become an integral part of his professional life. If she can make that run so smoothly, he can’t see why she couldn’t fit perfectly into his plans for his personal life too. But in a marriage of convenience, love is not an option. Can Poppy agree to marrying the man of his dreams even if it means she won’t have his heart?


Book Blurb for Want Me, Cowboy

Her rancher boss is looking for the perfect wife…

and she wants the job!

Poppy Sinclair kept her feelings for Isaiah Grayson secret for a decade. When her infuriatingly gorgeous Stetson-wearing boss enlists her help in finding him a convenient wife, she threatens to quit. Until Isaiah counters with an interesting proposal: Why doesn’t she marry him? Can she say yes to sharing his life and his bed, but not his heart?


Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2018 3.50