Claim Me, Cowboy (Copper Ridge: Desire Series #4)

Claim Me, Cowboy (Copper Ridge: Desire Series #4)

by Maisey Yates

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Overview

Wanted: fake fiancée for a wealthy rancher

Benefits: all your dreams come true

#1 Rule: don’t fall in love


The woman on his doorstep is brash, independent and holding a baby! His father won’t approve, which makes her perfect for Joshua Grayson’s scheme. He’ll pretend he’s marrying unsuitable Danielle Kelly to keep his father from meddling. He won’t be tempted to touch her, to claim her…or to fall in love.

New York Times bestselling author

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781335971418
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 04/03/2018
Series: Copper Ridge Series
Edition description: Original
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 15.60(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

USA Today Bestselling author Maisey Yates lives in rural Oregon with her three children and her husband, whose chiseled jaw and arresting features continue to make her swoon. She feels the epic trek she takes several times a day from her office to her coffee maker is a true example of her pioneer spirit.

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Claim Me, Cowboy 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Five dollars for a 120 page book that really wasn't any different than the 99 cent book about a prince
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Joshua hires Danielle to get back at his father for putting Ad in newspaper. Danielle needs money to help support her half brother Reilly. Danielle will pretend to be Joshua's fiancee. Well written novella with strong and believable characters. Enjoyed the cute story. joy943
alyssayuri More than 1 year ago
I thought the plot was very interesting so I gave it a shot. I liked Danielle's character. She's very strong-willed and I like that she wants to be seen as equals. But I think that's all what I like in this book. I'm not very into the cowboy lead thing. But I feel like there was nothing cowboy about Joshua. Anyway, the book was okay. But I just feel more indifferent about it. It's definitely not the best thing I read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story. How 2 people come together and fall in love from different financial and social backgrounds to find love
KivicCT140 More than 1 year ago
Millionaire architect/cowboy Joshua needs a fake girlfriend to get his meddlesome father off his back. He comes up with a plan to hire a totally unsuitable fake fiance. Down and out, smart talking city girl Danielle and her baby bother arrive on his doorstep to fill the position. Wonderful characters, great witty dialogue ensue. A heartwarming contemporary romance from one of my all-time favorite authors, Maisey Yates.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This starts out as a joke, trick to pay back Joshua's father. Imagine his surprise when he falls for the pretend bride! Good read!
Cynthia181 More than 1 year ago
I won a copy of this book from Goodreads giveaways. I was not required to give a favorable review. This was great love story. His father put an ad in the paper to find a wife for him so he countered with a different one. He was look for a fake one. But who showed up his door was Danielle & her half brother. He knew she was coming but Riley was unexpected. She has had a hard life and her mother pretty much abandoned her little brother. She know knows the money he is offering will help set her up so she can take of him. She & he both didn't expect to loose their hearts
Rhodes123 More than 1 year ago
I won this book in a contest through Goodreads and in return promised my honest review. Claim Me, Cowboy is the 4th book in the Copper Ridge series. It's a Western Romance with a couple who needs to trust in love, a baby and a HEA. This is a stand alone issue and these books do not have to be read in order. Joshua Grayson is a millionaire cowboy who is sick and tired of his dad interfering in his love life. His dad placed a "Wanted Ad" in the newspaper looking for a suitable wife for his son. Joshua in turn places an ad in the same newspaper looking for a unsuitable wife in hopes to finally get his dad off his back and leave well enough alone. Danielle Kelly is a poor, down on her luck, young lady. She responds to the ad in hopes to get full custody of her half brother. She never tells Josh about the baby but shows up ready to put his scheme into play so she can get paid and start her life comfortably. Joshua believes by the looks and brashness of Danielle that she is perfect for the job, that his dad will dislike her on sight and that he won't have a problem keeping his hands to himself or falling in love. With time these things become impossible and he just wants to claim her and the baby as his own
Splashesintobooks1 More than 1 year ago
Rating: 3.5/5 Fed up with his father’s attempts to marry him off, Joshua Grayson decides to take his own steps to thwart his plans by posting his own ad for the job of pretending to be engaged to him. Well, that was his plan - but we all know what happens to the best laid plans! In this case, the potential bride is Danielle Kelly who turns up on his doorstep complete with Riley, a baby, in her arms! Well, she’s definitely going to be deemed unsuitable by his Dad and that was the plan - wasn’t it? This is one fake relationship that won’t become anything else because he’s paying her to play the role and that would be wrong - wouldn’t it? This is a delightful story where the insecure childhood of the heroine makes her determined to provide a better childhood for Riley, which is why she took this job in the first place. Joshua always wanted more than the small town of Cooper Ridge could offer but a failed relationship and his closeness to his siblings has brought him home again. He has no plans to fall in love but that’s just another plan to go awry! It lacks some of the character and backstory building because it is such a short read but is still a page turner. This is a fun, relatively quick, read and an enjoyable story to escape into when you have a couple of hours to relax and read. I requested and was lucky enough to be given a copy of this novel, via NetGalley, with no obligation. This is my honest review of the book after choosing to read it.
book_junkee More than 1 year ago
As usual, I just need to see Maisey’s name, but I’m not sure about this rating. I liked Danielle and Joshua well enough. She’s strong and resilient. He’s gruff and stand off-ish. Together they have a lot of potential. The best parts were the scenes with his family. Plot wise is where I was underwhelmed. With the story shortened, it didn’t feel like their relationship actually morphed into something real. The time moved weird as well. At one point I thought it had been a couple of days, only to find it had been several weeks. Overall, it was a quick read and I liked the idea, but I think the length of the story left a lot out. **Huge thanks to Harlequin Desire for providing the arc free of charge**
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
I adored the story of Joshua Grayson and Danielle Kelly. It was fun and entertaining, it was hot, passionate, and ardent, it had me smiling and even chuckling out loud. But it also had a raw honesty, tangible vulnerability, and that brittleness of a spirit that comes when it has withstood so many hard winds that it could break with a well-planned knock. I love Maisey Yates writing, she knows just how to balance all the elements of the story and she is not shy about going to the turbulent deep waters of emotional turmoil. Danielle is in dire straits. As a guardian of her little brother, she has to keep treading, to keep her head above the water, to be able to provide for the baby and keep the custody of the child. The choices are few, and to pretend to be Joshua's fiance for a little while the best option she has to build a better future for her baby brother. Joshua is tired of his father's meddling in his life, the ad in the newspaper was the last drop. He is not looking to falling in love again, the first disaster was enough for a lifetime. While being a sensual and desire filled story, it has heartfelt emotions, wishful and loving moments, affection and deep feelings that even in the shorter length story had time and opportunity to take root and be fruitful. Ah, I just loved Joshua and Danielle, the connection, chemistry, and possibilities in between and within them. ~ Five Spoons
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Overall good story. The falling in lobe portion felt a little rushed, but based on the timeframe in the book it had to be. I lobe how Yates creates such well rounded and flawed characters that are easily relatable.