Rescued by the Perfect Cowboy: A Clean Romance

Rescued by the Perfect Cowboy: A Clean Romance

by Melinda Curtis

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Overview

She came to Second Chance

…he took a chance on love

Art curator Sophie Monroe is overwhelmed with starting a new business and raising four-year-old twins. Needing help, the divorced mom hires cowboy Zeke Roosevelt as her interim nanny! French lessons and bookish pursuits give way to riding and roping. And scholarly Sophie falls hard for the strong, practical cowboy. Until Zeke reveals a secret that may prevent this temporary posse from becoming a permanent family.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781335510853
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 10/01/2019
Series: The Mountain Monroes
Edition description: Original Large Print
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 4.13(w) x 6.59(h) x 1.05(d)

About the Author

Melinda grew up on an isolated sheep ranch, where mountain lions had been seen and yet she roamed unaccompanied. Being a rather optimistic, clueless of danger, sort she took to playing "what if" games that led her to become an author. She spends days trying to figure out new ways to say "He made her heart pound." That might sound boring, but the challenge keeps her mentally ahead of her 3 kids and college sweetheart husband.

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Rescued by the Perfect Cowboy: A Clean Romance 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
JChris 7 days ago
This is the third book in The Mountain Monroes series. I have read the first two books and although each is a stand alone book, I would advise you to read the entire series since I really enjoyed every book so much! I was so happy that a new book was released in this series and could not wait to read it and once again visit the town of Second Chance. The author has a wonderful gift of creating a world that seems real. I care about the characters that she invented. I care about the town of Second Chance. This is the story of Sophie and Zeke. Two people that would appear to be polar opposites, but they find that they are meant to be together as time goes on. I loved reading about the journey to their happiness. I highly recommend this lovely, sweet romance story. I am looking forward to book four in this series, Lassoed By The Would-Be Rancher!
Guitarmomma19 3 months ago
I am loving this series. Zeke and Sophie are so different but alike in unexpected ways. Sophie has two rambunctious 4 year old twin boys. And trying to get her antique shop organized and open is hard with the boys. So Zeke offers a solution...he'll be their nanny/babysitter until she can find someone more qualified. But the close proximity to the sexy, handsome cowboy makes Sophie feel things she shouldn't be feeling. Zeke is proud. But a horrible wreck has him laid up with a busted leg unable to work. Now all he does is sit recovering and dreaming about Sophie. But he knows she is way out of his league. Rich and smart, she is nothing like him. He barely has two pennies to rub together and a secret he keeps hidden from all but a few. He has to make money quick and the only way he knows is to watch the boys. Now with Zeke and Sophie together more and more they can't deny their feelings. But can Zeke get over his fear of not being good enough? And can Sophie overcome the same fear? Already having one bad marriage and relationship has her scared. Will their passions and common likes and goals be enough to overcome their fears?
BrittanyMc 4 months ago
Rescued by the Perfect Cowboy is another fun addition to the Mountain Monroes series! I love the way these books build upon each other and I definitely recommend reading them in order. I do think these novels could be enjoyed as stand alone books, however, there is definitely an overarching theme and mystery from the past that the characters are working to uncover regarding their grandfather and the town of Second Chance. Zeke and Sophie were a clear example of opposites attract. I have liked them from previous books, and although I didn’t connect with them as deeply in this story as I did with other couples from the previous books, I was happy to see Zeke and Sophie work through the various obstacles that arose in their relationship. Sophie’s boys were full of energy and added humor and some sweet moments to the story. I’m looking forward to reading more in the series. I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
JuliaAD 4 months ago
I am loving the Monroes. Sophie isn't sure where she belongs now. She is used to luxury but now she is in a small town trying to open her own store. Selling what some would consider junk. She calls it treasures. Zeke has been there through the previous books and now he gets his own story. Since he can't work as a cowboy right now, he decides that he will be a nanny to Sophie's twins. The boys are a handful and Zeke has a hard time wrangling them, but he is up for the challenge. Sophie has thought that her sons would go to the best schools and get the best educations. If she stays where she is, they might not get all that. But, they are getting a different kind of education. Is that what she wants for them. She just wants to be the best mom. She also wants Zeke but he isn't what her family would want for her. Does that matter? Zeke has a secret that could change everything for them. Will it make a difference? He thinks it will.
JuliaAD 4 months ago
I am loving the Monroes. Sophie isn't sure where she belongs now. She is used to luxury but now she is in a small town trying to open her own store. Selling what some would consider junk. She calls it treasures. Zeke has been there through the previous books and now he gets his own story. Since he can't work as a cowboy right now, he decides that he will be a nanny to Sophie's twins. The boys are a handful and Zeke has a hard time wrangling them, but he is up for the challenge. Sophie has thought that her sons would go to the best schools and get the best educations. If she stays where she is, they might not get all that. But, they are getting a different kind of education. Is that what she wants for them. She just wants to be the best mom. She also wants Zeke but he isn't what her family would want for her. Does that matter? Zeke has a secret that could change everything for them. Will it make a difference? He thinks it will.
Amigagal 4 months ago
Ive been anxious to read Zeke and Sophie's story ever since the first book in the series! You don't have to read the previous books to know what's happening with them as the author "fills you in" quite well so you know what is going on. However, I love all these books so reading this story is a treat! Sophie has been an art curator but has settled in the small town of Second Chance after her grandfather had a stipulation in his will. She wants to open a "treasure and curio" shop with all the things she's found in the old town but that means she has to go through it all and she can't with two rambunctious twins taking all her time so she hires Zeke, an injured cowboy who is on the mend from a broken leg, to be her "nanny" for awhile. Everyone thinks that's hilarious but Sophie finds out that is just what the boys need. I truly loved Zeke's character. He was so sweet and true to himself. He never tried to be anyone else but who he was. However, he never felt worthy of Sophie because she was so "educated and wealthy". It's that age old problem! I loved the changes that both of them went through to move towards each other. The boys were darling! There was a lot of humor too! Be sure to pick this one up!
LynnB888 4 months ago
RESCUED BY THE PERFECT COWBOY is book three in Melinda Curtis's The Mountain Monroes series and is sure to delight fans of the series. An opposites attract story line between high class Sophie Monroe and hardworking cowboy Zeke Roosevelt is quick to heat up and take us for a ride towards happily ever after. Sophie comes across as very uppity to the reader, but as the story moves forward we find a strong willed woman who just wants to make a good life for her twin sons. Zeke is a hardworking cowboy, but an accident has him laid up and bored, so watching two rambunctious boys for part of the day might be just what he needs to get up and about again. He starts to fall hard for this little family, but secrets have a way of biting him when he least expect them. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys seeing a couple find their way through obstacles before reaching that sweet promise of forever. The entire series is quite attention grabbing and I can't wait to see what's in store for more of the siblings and cousins.
SunnieReviews 4 months ago
So I love this Monroe series and am so happy that I was able to read the next installment. Single mom, Sophie Monroe is starting a new business in "Second Chance". What is Second Chance? It is the town that grandfather Harlan Monroe gave to all his grandchildren to inherit. And there was a stipulation. They must all work together on the town to bring it to life. Sophie has a set of twins who need child care, enter Zeke who volunteers for the job. But her kids are pretty lively, should we say. As Zeke recovers from an accident, he cares for the twins, but finds there might be more to this "job" than meets the eye. And Zeke holds back a secret from Sophie, something that makes him feel unqualified to be in Sophie's life. It's a fun and wonderful addition to the rest of the series and I loved it. It's such a good read! You will absolutely love this book. I highly recommend it! I received an advance copy of this book. All thoughts are my own.
HeyerFan1 4 months ago
Attraction of Opposites. Zeke Roosevelt becomes a cowboy nanny to twin rambunctious 4-year olds. He quickly falls in love with both the boys and their mother but how can they have a future together? He can’t read and Sophie has two college degrees, he is nearly broke and she comes from wealth and privilege, he’s a cowboy and she’s an art historian. A sweet story of loving unconditionally. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book from the author. All thoughts and opinions are my own.