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  • A Cowboy to Remember

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it. I am a little torn as to the amount of stars to give this. The story was basically a good one but there were times that I had to re-read sections as I just couldn't seem to understand it at all. There were things that I had to look up as I am not up to date on slang. That in itself was educational and I enjoyed. I love to learn new things while reading romance books. But with this book there just seemed to be a disconnect to me. As to the story well the main characters were just so-so to me. Evie has amnesia after she is pushed down the stairs at a party. She is a well-known chef in New York and a co-host on a television show. Her friend and agent, Nicole, contacts her emergency contact, Jesse Pleasant, in California to see if he will take her back to his ranch in California for some healing. Zach, Jesse's younger brother, has loved Evie since she came to the ranch many moons ago. Unfortunately he was too young to know what love was and sent her away after her Nana died ten years ago. Nana didn't want Zach and Evie to get together as she had so much more planned for Evie. Evie on the other hand has loved Zach forever as well. She right after Nana's death, Evie tells Zach that she loved him and was devastated when Zach told her to go and finish her dreams. Evie, after just burying her last family member, was pissed at him. I did enjoy the multiple POVs that the story was written in. It normally helps me to connect with the characters. Here though I was perplexed with Evie. During her amnesia, she repeatedly tells Zach that since she has no memory that she needs to focus on the present and the future. Great idea. Problem, where she gets her memory back, the old hurts come back and I felt she definitely handled it badly. Here she needed to grow up. I look forward to more of the Pleasant family and their stories. Especially Jesse's. The gentle giant of a man seems really complex and I can't wait to see the kind of lady that will attract him. This is a sexy story. I would only recommend this to someone over the age of 18.

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  • Awesome

    One chapter that definitely leaves you wanting more. The set up for the characters are intriguing. There is a lost love and deception in the works.

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  • 2nd chance romance

    A Cowboy to Remember by Rebekah Weatherspoon Cowboys of California #1 Chef Yvonne Buchannan and Zachariah Pleasant are given a second chance to find their HEA in this book that begins a new series by Rebekah Weatherspoon. Evie is a well known chef on a television cooking show who suffers a traumatic brain injury that sees her agent calling the emergency contact she has listed. When Jesse and Zach Pleasant show up in New York to see her through the hospital stay then take her home to their ranch in California it provides time for Evie to, hopefully, regain her memories and get to know people that meant a lot to her in the past. Whether or not Evie and Zach will find their HEA is up in the air for awhile but thankfully they to eventually work things out to achieve that happy ending. What I liked: * Evie: willing to do what it took to get her memory back and in that time tackle learning pretty much everything from scratch. * Zachariah: a good guy that only at the end really did the soul searching to determine what he truly wanted in life and then made the moves necessary to achieve it. * Jesse: a gentle giant that I hope gets his own book because he so deserves a partner that appreciates him. * Sam: youngest of the Pleasant brothers and an actor, someone that I believe will prove to be not only charming but deep and interesting when his story is told. * The cooking sessions/lessons * The supporting characters: Lilah, Nicole, Miss Leona, Blair, Raquelle...and the rest * The trigger that returned Evie’s memories * The Pleasant family and their dude ranch… * The animals * The idea that there are MORE Pleasant family members in the extended family that might be story-worth for the series What I did not like: * Melanie- what a horrible person she was! * Tilde – the first home health nurse – what a pill * Having to wait to find out who will have their story told next Did I like this book? Yes Would I read more books in this series? Definitely Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington books for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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  • Amnesia Trope

    I had such high hopes for this book. I love Rebekah Weatherspoon and I love cowboy romances. Unfortunately, it just wasn't up to par with her other books. (I highly recommend Rafe.) What I liked: Zach. Loved him. His brothers, especially Jesse. Miss Leona What I didn't care for: The amnesia story line - mostly how it played out. I have experience with TBI and it just didn't jive with me. Starting a sexual relationship when Evie still has no memories. What happens when she gets her memories back. I have to admit that I'm not much of a fan of the amnesia trope. I've only read a handful of books that worked for me. If this is a trope you like, definitely give this book a go. I received an advance reader copy for an honest review.

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  • Great reading

    Highly entertaining, heartwarming, fun and action packed adventure filled with engaging charters, witty dialog, heart racing twist and undeniable emotional thrills. Was a great read from beginning to end. Really enjoyed reading this fun and engaging read!

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