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  • The Scriptwriter and the Rodeo Queen

    I have loved every book in this series so far! I haven't really know Jonah before this book. He wasn't a "cousin" that was brought out much in the other books in this series so when I started the book, I didn't know much about him. However, his character was fascinating because most of the Monroe cousins are social and kind of "well known" where Jonah, although being a Hollywood screenwriter, is quite introverted and quiet. He's also non-committal. We find out the reasons for all of this in the book. He's tasked with writing a screenplay about Merciless Mike Moody, the Second Chance, Idaho stagecoach robber legend. He spend almost the whole book trying to find the right angle for the movie and he can't do it without Emily's help. Emily is a cowgirl and she's not "Hollywood" material at all. She's decided to move on with her life because her biological clock is ticking! There is a lot of humor, sweetness, small-town life and love in this book. Characters from other books show up too and add that dash of flavor that make is so much fun, especially the kids! A very fun book with a lot of heart about being who we are deep inside and not apologizing for it

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  • Will he finally get a clue?

    I really like Emily and Jonah, but they are both so single minded they can't see what is in front of them. Emily just knows that she will be happy if she spends the rest of her life with a cowboy. Jonah is anything but a cowboy. He is such a city boy. Emily thinks Jonah's cousin, Bo, is the perfect man for her. But, she can't even speak when she is around him and he doesn't even look at her. How can she get his attention? Jonah is so attracted to Emily, but if Bo wants her, he will help Emily. When Emily finally figures out that she loves Jonah, Bo finally notices her. Jonah is pretty clueless when it comes to anything with the heart. Will he finally get a clue?

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