I always enjoy the kinds of books where I pick the book up, start reading, and nothing in the following pages jars me out of the story. Valerie Comer’s books are like that for me. I don’t think I’ve read one yet that I didn’t like, and Marry Me for Real, Cowboy was no different.
The writing was good. The characters were interesting and well developed. The storyline was realistic enough to make it believable (unlike, say, the billionaire jackaroo station owner idea, which ain’t gonna happen seeing as… but that’s a story for another day!). The story wasn’t too preachy, but there was a satisfying moral/Biblical conviction storyline that I appreciated. The editing, grammar, etc, were all good, too.
In short, I enjoyed the story from start to finish and am going to keep an eye out for the next book. If you enjoy cowboy romance, then you’ll probably enjoy this book.
I requested a copy of this book to review. The opinions expressed here are my own.