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    Good Guys Can Finish First

    It's a...I couldn't stop turning the pages kind of book. The story of Casey Carmody and Eva King is romantic, sexy and emotional. Casey is one of the good guys, never really thought about one-night stands, loves the ranch he lives on and his music with the Whiskey Shots. Until he met Eva King who he noticed the minute she set foot on the ranch - with a budding relationship and obstacles in their way will they make it work?
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    Sweet Montana Romance

    The Rebel and The Cowboy is another fun read by Sarah Mayberry. Eva (our heroine) is a young artist trying to get out from the shadow of her jerk ex-boyfriend. Casey is a rancher who takes his family responsibilities very seriously. I liked both characters immediately and found them both well written. The storyline itself was believable and interesting and I felt like the couple really belonged together by the end of the book. I also liked the secondary characters and look forward to the next book in this series. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys contemporary romance. I received an ARC in exchange of my honest review.
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    The Rebel and the Cowboy

    sarah mayberry is always a must-buy for me, and the rebel and the cowboy continues the carmody siblings series with soulful musician casey taking center stage. his story begins when a stranger finds herself in town and down on her luck. eva king is an up and coming artist who needs the commission to turn the town's grain elevator into a piece of art. problem is she's up against her ex-boyfriend who basically took sole credit for every piece of art they collaborated on for years. the carmody's and their convenient airstream trailer come to the rescue when eva needs a place to stay. and from the moment their eyes cross paths casey and eva are drawn to each other. there are so many reasons for them not to work, but when they are in each other's presence they burn with need for one another. and then it's more than that too. who they become for each other matters too. he's the boy who isn't supposed to hit the road, and she's the girl who never stays. but sometimes love and life have a way of reframing those labels, and this is just another delightful read from mayberry. **the rebel and the cowboy will publish on april 29, 2019. i received an advance reader copy courtesy of netgalley/tule publishing in exchange for my honest review.
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    Enjoyable romance but plot sacrificed to heat

    Eva King has spent five years supporting her boyfriend in all ways, emotionally, professionally etc but when she asks for similar support he ridicules her and says she is basically not his collaborator but his assistant (with benefits), now with no professional credentials her only hope of building a professional reputation is by inviting herself along as a potential candidate for an ambitious mural on a disused grain elevator in the small town of Marietta. With very little money she is looking for a place to stay when Sierra Carmody offers the Airstream sitting outside their barn. When Sierra's brother Casey sees Eva he is immediately drawn to the fiery artist, but unless she wins the commission she'll go back to LA in a day or two and Casey is tied to his family's farm to deeply to move. Following the deaths of their parents in a car crash Casey, Sierra and their brother Jed have tried to keep the family farm going but a few tough years have really pushed them to the edge, when Casey gets a chance to take his band further than just headlining in the local bar he just can't take the chance of losing the family farm and the family can't afford to replace him. This was a pleasant romance but I felt the plot was sacrificed for the sexy times. There were the two strands: Eva and her slimy ex competing for the grain elevator commission; and Casey and his band getting a chance at success. Both were built up and then resolved bish-bash-bosh whereas I lost count of the sex scenes and almost sex scenes in the book - just tell me a story and stop having sex! I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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    Romance with a meeting of the heart and mind.

    This is the second book in the Carmody Brothers Series. I liked The Rebel and The Cowboy as much as I did the first book, The Cowboy Meets His Match. While the books are very different in the occupations of the main characters there are similarities. Sarah Mayberry gives the reader another strong female lead in Eva King. She is the rebel in the story but she is able to stand, work and fight for what she wants out of life. Casey Carmody is also strong but has a tender, loyal side to him too. They were bound to clash after the initial attraction and getting to know each other stage of their relationship. This wonderfully written story gives credit to both perspectives as their relationship progresses, wavers and a meeting of the minds and hearts happen. It is an enjoyable return to Marietta, Montana with Eva who never dreamed that she would meet someone like Casey when she visited there. An ARC of the book was given to me by the publisher through Net Galley which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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