Book Review – The Cowboy’s Nanny by Emerson Rose

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** Provided on behalf of the author for an honest review **
** Review by Gayle from Bloggers From Down Under **

Wow what a read.
Emerson Rose has done it again with the deliverance of an absolute brilliant read.

We meet Stella.
A beautiful woman who has worked on her families ranch all her life.
She has never needed for anything.
Her life to any outsider looking in….Perfect.
But it’s not.
Stella doesn’t feel whole, she doesn’t know what she wants to do when she grows up, even if she is thirty years old.
She’s incomplete.
But that’s about to change.
When she sees him, Stella knows….
Stella knows that he’ll be her game changer.

We meet Ash.
Independent, insanely weatlthy, voted sexiest man alive.
Ash has everything anyone could ever ask for.
Money, booze, women.
But it’s getting old.
Ash needs something different, something more, but doesn’t know what it is.
But that’s about to change.
When he sees her, Ash knows….
Ash knows that she’ll be his game changer.

Welcome to Ash and Stellas world.

I honestly have to say I just adored this novel. Funny, lighthearted, warm, gripping, heart-warming, just a few words that come to mind.
It was instant love for both Stella and Ash and all of their craziness.
But the heart melter for me?
An adorable little boy who simply captured my heart and soul.

Overall for me The Cowboy’s Nanny was an absolute delight to read….But keep this on mind….
Nothing is ever what it seems.

A huge 5 star read for me.

Goodreads Link

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/35604787-the-cowboy-s-nanny?from_search=true

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