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A Cowboy For All Seasons/Spring/Summer/Fall/Winter Paperback – 24 Feb 2020
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About the Author
Jackie writes dark, emotional stories with alpha heroes who've just got the world to their liking only to have it blown wide apart by their kick-ass heroines.
She lives in Auckland, New Zealand with her husband and two kids. When she's not torturing alpha males and their gutsy heroines, she can be found drinking chocolate martinis, reading anything she can lay her hands on, wasting time on social media, or being forced to go mountain biking with her husband.
Caitlin Crews discovered her first romance novel at the age of twelve and has since conducted a life-long love affair with romance novels, many of which she insists on keeping near her at all times. She currently lives in the Pacific Northwest, with her animator/comic book artist husband and their menagerie of ridiculous animals.
Nicole Helm writes down-to-earth contemporary romance and fast-paced romantic suspense. She lives with her husband and two sons in Missouri. Visit her website: www.nicolehelm.com
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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Overall average rating — 4 Stars
Spring by Caitlin Crews — 4 Stars
To honor her grandmother’s last wishes, Kiera Long will return to her family’s farmhouse in Jasper Creek, Oregon and spend spring there where she hopes to correct the wrongs of her past starting with former flame Remy West. This second chance romance was fantastically done with just the right amount of tension between the main characters. When Kiera and Remy see each other again, their initial meeting does not go well. Remy is very short with Kiera while she struggles to find a way to get through to him to show him that her leaving had nothing to do with him but was due to her family. Kiera’s issues with her parents were heartbreaking and I was happy to see Remy back her up when she had run-ins with them even when they hadn’t resolved things between them. I loved the way the pair resolved everything in their relationship and was overall very happy with the ending of their story.
Summer by Nicole Helm — 4 Stars
JJ Frost doesn’t understand why her grandmother requested that she be the one to watch two little girls over the summer, but she knows she wants to honor that request. But as JJ spends time with Ellie and Lora, as well as their father Cade, she finds herself falling for this family and wanting it as her own. I loved JJ as a character so much. I related so much to her issues with showing emotion and how she felt her family’s problems were her fault. Her relationship with Cade is so incredibly sweet and I loved the friendship the two formed before things progressed between them. While romances with characters who have children aren’t generally my favorite, I actually really enjoyed Ellie and Lora. Overall this was an excellent romance and I really liked how the characters reached their happily ever after.
Fall by Maisey Yates — 4.5 Stars
Lila Frost has always been the dreamer of her family, so why Grandma June asked her of all people to organize the annual holiday bazaar is anyone’s guess. And when Lila finds out she has to work with Everett McCall, the cowboy she had an enormous crush on at seventeen, she feels like she’s being punished somehow. I adored Lila and Everett together as they are the epitome of an opposites attract romance. Lila is the biggest optimist I’ve ever seen while Everett has been dealt a hand that could only lead him to be a realist. I loved how their differences shaped their relationship and led to them having some big realizations about what it is they truly wanted out of life. The scenes between Lila and JJ were wonderful and I thought their repairing their relationship was fantastically done. I’m loving how each consecutive story brings these women back together and I can’t wait to see what the final season has in store for them all.
Winter by Jackie Ashenden — 3.5 Stars
After a string of bad luck in Seattle, the invitation to spend winter at her late grandmother’s farmhouse is exactly what Bella needs. But when her ex-stepbrother Noah keeps showing up offering help, Bella doesn’t know how to accept it without falling even harder for her first crush. Bella and Noah’s relationship kicks off fairly quickly in this story as after meeting again there is an instant attraction between the pair. Bella is extremely wary of accepting help from anyone as her mother routinely took advantage of people and Bella never wants to do that. Noah though needles his way into Bella’s life and I loved their instant connection. It was frustrating at times how Noah was convinced there was no future for them due to his own issues, but I was happy with the way the pair moved past that. I was ultimately happy with their romance and loved the ending of the story.
Overall A Cowboy for All Seasons was a phenomenal read and I loved how well the stories connected with each other. I highly recommend this book and will definitely be checking out more from the authors I hadn’t read previously.
I loved how all four of these stories work together so beautifully. The healing that these women need is not just within their hearts. Focusing on their family dynamics was exquisitely done, knowing that the four different authors worked together to ensure the flow from one story to another. Each story has a genuine "one true love" theme since our four female characters has never had eyes for, or experience with, any other men. That Grandma June knew this and orchestrated her matchmaking plans accordingly is the thread that ties all the stories together. The girls also find healing in their relationships with each other, just as planned. It's a beautiful anthology, from start to finish, providing a chance to read four different love stories that are connected and together make up one unforgettable, life and love family story.
Ms. Ashenden, Ms. Yates, Ms. Crews, and Ms Helm wrote wonderful and moving romance anthology that is not to be missed. Each story gives you warm tingles, emotion, and charming characters and the magic of family, that, by the end, you feel as if you know the minds and hearts of each of its characters, understand their loneliness, their pain, their hopes and their dreams. I highly recommend A Cowboy for All Seasons to other readers.