ARCs, Contemporary, Reviews, Romance

Need Me, Cowboy (Copper Ridge: Desire #6) by Maisey Yates

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Synopsis:

He’s not a man to be played with.

Not without consequences.

For five years, Levi Tucker had no control over his life, locked up for a crime he didn’t commit. Never again would any woman—any desire—overtake this cowboy’s common sense. Now Faith Grayson, the sexy, brilliant architect he’s hired to design his grand new house, is sorely testing his resolve. Faith is too young. Too innocent. Maybe just too tempting.


3.5 🍁s

*I received this eARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.*

I liked this book. Let me start off by saying that the first part of this book was really good, but the second part just fell a little flat. It lacked something that I can’t quite put my finger on. It left me with a weird taste in my mouth.

 

Levi- I loved him so much! This book will make your heartbreak for Levi. He was just so tortured and punished, so worthy of your support and love. All I wanted to do was hug him and tell him everything was going to be okay. I loved the progression of Levi’s character and his backstory. I thought that that part of the story was absolutely perfect and it made me truly feel for him.

 

Faith- Faith is the classic innocent we all were when we were virgins. But, that’s all she was. She wasn’t the type of leading female character to give me a lasting impression. She was meh. I connected with her on the “how I used to be” level, but at my age now, I just couldn’t get into her mind set.

 

Overall, I enjoyed this book. It just wasn’t her best. The love story was great, but I felt like this book left me needing more of the chemistry scenes between them. I wanted more. I think this book was a classic case of giving me what I wanted too quickly. I wanted to feel more of that burning for them to get together which I just didn’t get.

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