Slow Burn Cowboy: A Western Romance Novel Take Me, Cowboy

Slow Burn Cowboy: A Western Romance Novel Take Me, Cowboy

by Maisey Yates
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Slow Burn Cowboy: A Western Romance Novel Take Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates

In Copper Ridge, Oregon, a cowboy's best friend might turn out to be the woman of his dreams…

If Finn Donnelly makes a plan, he sticks to it. After his brothers left Copper Ridge, Finn stayed behind, determined to keep their ranch going by himself. And when he realized his feelings for Lane Jensen were more than platonic, he shoved that inconvenient desire away. It was easy…until it wasn't. Suddenly his brothers are coming home to claim their share of the property. And Lane is no longer just in his fantasies. She's in his arms, and their friendship is on the line…

He's been her buddy, her handyman, her rock. But until that one breathtaking kiss, Lane somehow overlooked the most important thing about Finn Donnelly—he's all man. They're right together, no matter how much his volatile past has bruised him. Finn wants to hold Lane's body, but he doesn't want to hold her heart. But Lane is falling fast and now she's got a plan of her own…to show Finn there's nothing hotter than friendship turned to slow-burning love.

Also includes a bonus Copper Ridge novel, Take Me, Cowboy!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780373801947
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 04/18/2017
Series: Copper Ridge Series , #7
Pages: 576
Sales rank: 137,527
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.60(h) x 1.50(d)

About the Author

New York Times 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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Slow Burn Cowboy: A Western Romance Novel Take Me, Cowboy 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read all of this series & loved them all!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love her books
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alterlisa More than 1 year ago
I loved that this is a friends to lovers romance. I hate the inst-love that seems to pop up so often in romance novels but this romance was simply awesome. I throughly enjoyed seeing the backstory that led up to this romance. Finn's family is so dysfunctional, but I loved every one of them. I can't wait to read the upcoming books on the rest of the family.
book_junkee More than 1 year ago
3.5 stars I always enjoy books in this series, so I just request when I see Maisey's name. I liked Lane and Finn. She's snarky and he's stoic and their friendship works. Everything was a bit more complicated with Finn's brothers showing up, but I liked the dynamic. Oh and their chemistry is palpable. I did enjoy the BFF to more; honestly, it's one of my favorite tropes. In this instance, the drama and the arguments did get a bit repetitive. Thankfully, the time between the inevitable break up and grand gesture didn't last too long. As always, it was another enjoyable piece of sorbet. I just wish it would have been a bit more fluffy. **Huge thanks to Harlequin Books and NetGalley for providing the arc free of charge**
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
A beautifully written love story from best friends to lovers and so much more, with deep emotions and fervent passion, plentiful of angst, and family trouble. From the very first scene, the author's words lured me into the tale and I was emotionally invested in the characters, in the events occurring, in the story. It felt like coming home, to be at the Copper Ridge again, and watch Finn Donnelly and Lane Jensen find their destiny. Finn and Lane had had an easy and comfortable friendship for years. The way they were with each other, their interactions, every moment they were together, it was obvious how important they were to each other, how deep their feelings for each other were. The warm comfort, the security in the friendship, the confidence they had in each other was strong and admirable. I loved how Lane's eyes opened to see Finn in a new light, as a man, and how her desire to know more about him, after all the years as her best friend, shocked her to the core. There is an abundance of drama and trouble in Finn and Lane's story. They both have past baggage that they still carry with them, hurt and disappointments that affect they life and faith in the future possibilities. I understood Finn's struggles to accept that the ranch was divided in four when it was him that had put his tears, blood, and hard work into it. The tension between the brothers, the undercurrents running in the house was tangible and somehow heartbreaking at the same time. It was impossible not to get my feelings involved in the conflicts between the brothers. Lane is nearly paralyzed when suddenly the reminders of her past mistakes as blasted on her face constantly. The secret that she never wanted to share with anyone is now messing with her head, as well as the new burning desire she feels for Finn, all mixed up in a bundle of her chaotic thoughts. She is conflicted with her feelings, with her needs, with her wants and future goals. I adored Lane and Finn together. The way they knew each other, the way they were with each other, it was a solid foundation to built something more, something special, something unique. The push and pull between them, the fear of the change, the development of the new kind of relationship, it goes on for an extended time. There were moments when I felt a frustration as I wanted them to figure it out and accept their new, flaming feelings and deeper emotions for each other, find the peace of mind with the past, the hope, and faith in the better future. An engaging and emotion-filled story that smoothly flew off the pages entertaining my mind and touching my heart. A lovely visit to Copper Ridge to witness the bliss, drama, and passion between Finn and Lane. ~ Four Spoons
LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
Feisty meets dependable as best friends take a second look at their decade long friendship and decide to add a little fun to the mix! This was a super fun read. I had a smile on my face throughout from the sass that came out of not only Lane's mouth, but also from the interaction between the brothers. Emotions are flaring as we go on a roller coaster through their history and watch them come out on the other side of the pain to see a brighter future. Cowboy Finn Donnelly has spent his entire adult life working hard at his family farm in Copper Ridge, Oregon to make it all that it could be ... while his brothers have been out making it in the big bad world. Now they are all scurrying home to claim a piece of the pie and it really makes him mad. He built this business, not them! Lane Jensen is trying to be there for her best friend Finn, but she's not sure how to help stave off the tension between the brothers, and when Finn throws another twist her way, she's really confused. He's telling her he wants her ... as more than a friend ... and always has! What?! They've been best friends for years ... just friends ... how can he want to change that now? One simple kiss turns their lives upside down. They're now fighting to save their friendship ... and opening doors that have always been closed. Finn wants to have her in his bed, but not in his heart ... and now that he's opened her eyes, she's falling hard! Will they be able to move forward together ... even as friends?