Sweet Home Cowboy (Love at the Chocolate Shop, #9) by Marin Thomas

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Sweet Home Cowboy (Love at the Chocolate Shop, #9)Sweet Home Cowboy by Marin Thomas
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Elena Puente is now a teacher in Las Vegas and was raised by her single mother after her father had passed away and had thought the only family she had was the two of them. After finding out that her father’s grandfather was still living in Marietta, MT Elena just knows that she has to meet him before it’s too late so she hops on a plane during her summer break.

Unfortunately for Elena her trip gets off to a rocky start when her rental car breaks down forcing her to walk into town where she stumbles into the Copper Mountain Chocolate Shop to ask for directions. Instead of getting directions Elena finds herself in the middle of a speed dating session where she meets the handsome cowboy Wesley Banks.

Sweet Home Cowboy is the ninth book in the Love at the Chocolate Shop series in which each romantic read features a different couple that has some ties to the Copper Mountain Chocolate Shop located in the quaint town of Marietta, MT. Each book can be read as a standalone novel but if reading as a series you get glimpses into former couples and characters from each of the previous stories set in this charming town.

I’ve read this entire series and at this point I think the stories only keep getting better with each installment. I love catching up with all the crew at Copper Mountain Chocolates and hearing of the owner, Sage, and her new chocolate creations. The romances are always sweet and lovely and fun to watch blossom into something more and the town of Marietta never fails to toss in it’s own charm with the small town vibe. Definitely recommend reading of Elena and Wesley’s story in this latest edition of Love at the Chocolate Shop and look forward to the next story in the series.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

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