Sweet Home Cowboy

Sweet Home Cowboy When Marietta newcomer Elena Puente is coerced into attending a speed dating event at the popular Copper Mountain Chocolate Shop she s blindsided by a serious attraction to local cowboy Wesley Banks

  • Title: Sweet Home Cowboy
  • Author: Marin Thomas
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  • Page: 215
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Marietta newcomer Elena Puente is coerced into attending a speed dating event at the popular Copper Mountain Chocolate Shop, she s blindsided by a serious attraction to local cowboy, Wesley Banks.Still recovering from a broken engagement, the first grade teacher from Las Vegas isn t looking for romance She s in Montana to get to know the great grandfather she never kWhen Marietta newcomer Elena Puente is coerced into attending a speed dating event at the popular Copper Mountain Chocolate Shop, she s blindsided by a serious attraction to local cowboy, Wesley Banks.Still recovering from a broken engagement, the first grade teacher from Las Vegas isn t looking for romance She s in Montana to get to know the great grandfather she never knew existed until she found some hidden family letters Judge Kingsley is a grouchy recluse and he s far from welcoming, but Elena is determined to stay in town long enough to give his neglected estate on Bramble Lane a facelift.Elena s resolve to avoid romance is tested when she discovers Wesley is the caretaker of her grandfather s rural property Soon, she and the cowboy are attending speed dating events at the chocolate shop and she s seeking his advice on how to deal with his ornery boss Local gossips wager the old Judge will run Elena out of town before anything serious develops between her and Wesley But Wesley s a determined man, too, and he s betting Elena belongs in Marietta forever with him.

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    • Marin Thomas

      Welcome to my corner of I was born in Janesville, Wisconsin I played D I Basketball for the University of Arizona in Tucson then married my college sweetheart in a five minute ceremony in Las Vegas My husband and I currently live in Phoenix, Arizona I write women s fiction for Berkley and romances for Harlequin and Tule Publishing To date I ve published over 40 books My first women s fiction novel, The Promise of Forgiveness, won First Place in the 2017 Book Buyer s Best contest My second novel, The Future She Left Behind and was featured on Southern Living Books we can t wait to read this fall list and was the Award Winner in the Fiction Chick Lit Women s Lit category of the 2017 Best Book Awards Come hang out with me FB facebook pages Marin Instagram instagram marinthomasKeep up to date on all my writing news, please sign up for my Newsletter marinthomas sign up f

    134 thoughts on “Sweet Home Cowboy

    • 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 stum [...]

    • 4 Finding Yourself Through Love* * * * Spoiler Free One of the reasons this particular series has been such a pleasure is due to all of the characters. They are there for the taking meaning each book entry revolves around the Town of Marietta, Montana, its community, people and establishments. We learn about so many who live there over the series so when a grouchy Judge is the reason our gal comes to town we know a bit about the great-grandfather she never knew she had. Judge Kingsley is the tow [...]

    • Sweet Home CowboyMarin ThomasReceived from NetgalleySWEET HOME COWBOY is book #9 in the Love at the Chocolate Shop series. I have loved this series from the very first book and each book just gets better and better. I feel a real connection to the lovely little town of Marietta MT and truly wish it were a real place so I could go and live there with these beautiful people. All the stories center around the delicious chocolate shop and will have you craving chocolates as you read them.Elena Puent [...]

    • I loved this sweet story between a woman searching for her long-lost grandfather and the man who had spent half his life caring for a crabby, short-tempered judge in the town of Marietta. A speed-dating event brought them together, a box of chocolates sweetened the connection and a grumpy old man sealed the deal. If this didn't sound romantically exciting, I don't know how I would call it.Elena Puente is a first grade school teacher and had had lots of experiences with kids. She's the kind of gi [...]

    • Sweet Home Cowboy was a nice,cute book.I've had a very good time reading this story,my heart melted and I couldn't stop smiling till the end.Elena and Wes are some lovely characters,their chemistry is clear since their first encounter at the chocolate shop but their lives are so different that they have more than one reason to slow down their relationship.Let me sum up by saying that all is well that ends well.I loved Elena "take no prisoners" personality,she is so adamant to know her great gran [...]

    • Sweet Home Cowboy was an impulse snag. Would you believe it was the title of the series that grabbed my attention? Yep! Love at the Chocolate Shop struck a chord and I was immediately interested.I learned that Sweet Home Cowboy is book nine in a fun series written by multiple authors. The books are loosely connected by a chocolate shop in small town Montana. I would guess that they all work as standalones because this one certainly did.The story opens when the heroine discovers unopened letters [...]

    • Elena is visiting Marietta to meet the great-grandfather that she never knew existed. She's not sure if she'll be welcomed or turned away, but she's willing to take the chance. I liked Elena. She's determined to get to know this reclusive man. What she doesn't expect is to find love. I enjoyed this sweet, emotional story. Wesley is a hard worker who wants to make a difference in the lives of young people. He and Elena form an immediate connection, but there are obstacles that they need to overco [...]

    • *thanks to NetGalley, the Publishers and the author for giving me a free e-copy of this book in exchange for my always honest and free option of this book!*Fitting perfectly in with the rest of the books in this series, this was chocolate-y sweetness!It just had the perfect mixture of bitterness and sugar-y sweetness but also lots of rewarding feelings!I really enjoyed the main characters Elena and Wes in this one, i enjoyed that both of them knew who they where and what they wanted and what the [...]

    • Review written: May 30, 2017Star Rating: ★★★½☆ Heat Rating: ☀☼☼☼☼An Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of this book was received free via Netgalley for an honest review.Sweet Home Cowboy really hit a sweet spot for me. I really liked Elena and Wes (previously seen as Brant's friend) is an awesome addition to the Marietta family. Judge Kingsley has been an interesting staple of the Love at the Chocolate Shop series and after some interesting tidbits about him in The Chocolate Touch I w [...]

    • How Elena and Wes met was real cute,after her rental car broke down she walked into town. She spotted Sage's chocolate shop and went in to buy some chocolates and ask directions to her great grandfathers house, who did not know she existed, she got roped into a speed dating event that was just starting and the guy who had opened the door for her was her first speed date, she asked him if he was a real cowboy? So memories of Urban Cowboy with that line, and I am so into this book. One of my favor [...]

    • I voluntarily read a advanced readers copy of this bookBook 9 of the Love at the Chocolate shop series Sweet Home Cowboy by Marin Thomas. I really enjoyed this book and so far all the books in this series. Each one brings in some of the past characters with maybe a few ones. Small town storylines. Can't wait to read future books in this series and more books by this author.

    • As Elena finds her grandfather to unearth the truth while discovering her family roots, she finds romance speed dating the same cowboy, Wesley. They each most overcome differences and let go of the past to find a forever love.

    • I am loving this series. I recommend starting with book one to fully appreciate the storyline and recurring characters. Elena goes to Marietta, Montana with hopes of connecting with her grandfather. She gets a lot more than what she expected when she meets cowboy Wes. Marin Thomas writes a sweet story and captures the wonderful town of Marietta.

    • Reviewed at Keeper BookshelfSometimes searching for the past can bring us to a future we never expected. Unknown to Elena, her past was securely centered around the small town of Marietta, Montana nestled at the bottom of Copper Mountain. It was where her father had lived his life, right up until he left to be with her mother. After his death she’d believed all the family she now had consisted of her mother and herself – a bundle of unread letters at the bottom of a drawer would prove otherw [...]

    • Sweet Home Cowboy by Marin ThomasWhen Marietta newcomer Elena Puente is coerced into attending a speed dating event at the popular Copper Mountain Chocolate Shop, she’s blindsided by a serious attraction to local cowboy, Wesley Banks.Still recovering from a broken engagement, the first-grade teacher from Las Vegas isn’t looking for romance. She’s in Montana to get to know the great-grandfather she never knew existed until she found some hidden family letters. Judge Kingsley is a grouchy re [...]

    • This was my first book from the Love at the Chocolate Shop series and I thought it was a cute story. This was a pretty big variation in my reading choice. I normally don’t read romance-y books and definitely not western’s but this was light on the western romance. I thought it was entertaining and quick to read – perfect for summertime sitting poolside or at the beach.I really liked Elena, the tenacious great-granddaughter of stubborn old Judge. Her persistence in forging a relationship wi [...]

    • Completely sweet, completely wonderful!Wes was the typical tall, dark, and handsome of a Montana cowboy and Elena was a straight-talking, determined school teacher with a kind soul. I loved them both, but Elena most. Elena didn't play games, she was honest and clear about her wants and needs. I respect and truly enjoy women like that. No subterfuge, no games, no evasion, no guile. Wes was a bit insecure, but he leaned so heavily on the opinion of the judge that he almost let it ruin his chances [...]

    • I loved Sweet Home Cowboy by Marin Thomas, book nine in the Love at the Chocolate Shop series. Las Vegas teacher Elena Puente discovered hidden letters giving away that she had a great-grandfather living in Marietta, Montana. Since her father died before she was born and her mother had no family, she knew she had to meet this one and only relative. As she enters Marietta, she accidently walks in on the start of the Speed Dating event at Sage’s Chocolate Shop and convinced to stay by Wesley Ban [...]

    • This was just as the title promised: sweet. Elena is on a mission to get to know her great-grandfather, who she’s recently discovered is alive, while Wesley is living his life, helping out teens and looking after a grumpy old man. Everyone is nice, even if some are a little bad at showing it, the chocolate shop provides a fun meeting place and the whole thing is enjoyable.Elena is a determined woman. She might not have all the facts about her father and what happened with the judge, but that [...]

    • Elena finds out a family secret and sets off on a journey to find answers. When she stubbles into a speed dating situation she goes with it, I mean whats the worse that can happen right. Wesley is ready to get married have kids and live an amazing life, just one problem he can't find a women that wants the same. When his boss' granddaughter catches his eye it seems that they both are going different ways in life but he wonders if only. Will they both get what they are looking for or will they bo [...]

    • Another wonderful addition to the "Love at the Chocolate Shop" series. With vivid descriptions the of the town of Marietta, Montana and the people who live there, you'll feel like your catching up with old friends.When Elena Puentes discovers letters that her Mother had hidden away, she decides it time for a trip to Marietta, Montana to meet her great grandfather, Judge Alistair Kingsley. Elena’s first stop in town was Copper Mountain Chocolates where she walks in on a speed dating event and m [...]

    • I love Marietta,Montana. No, it's not a real place but the authors who write about it sure make it feel like it is. I can just taste the chocolates from Copper Mountain Chocolates on my tongue. Oh my body wants chocolates after reading "Sweet Home Cowboy".The Judge has always been one of my favorite characters. He peeks in and out of the different books based in Marietta. He has reminded me of that character Old Mr Potter who drove George Bailey nuts. But unlike him the Judge meets his match in [...]

    • Sweet Home Cowboy is just that - sweet. Part of Montana Born Books' Love At The Chocolate Shop series, this story works well either as a stand-alone or as part of the series. Primary school teacher Elena Puente has come to the tiny Montana town of Marietta to meet Judge Alistair Kingsley, the great grandfather she has only just learned of. As an only child of a single parent, her father having died before she was born, she is hoping to develop a relationship with him.Wesley Banks has lived all h [...]

    • More like a 3.8 star book for me. The romance was too ‘not hot’; sweet and innocent is fine, but there needed to be more attraction and heat between them. The writing felt a little choppy and didn’t flow smoothly, and the book could have used a more in-depth backstory for the h and especially for the H. I liked the characters themselves, though.It's not really plausible that taking care of 2 horses and 25 acres of unused land is enough to require a full-time job for the H, even if he does [...]

    • Marin Thomas returns us to Marietta, MT, a small town of beautiful homes, friendly people, full of gossipmongers, and handsome cowboys. Sweet Home Cowboy is a fun, sweet, romance between a handsome cowboy and a visitor to the town. It is also a family bonding story between a great-grandfather and his great-granddaughter, both who were unaware of each other’s existence. Well-developed characters, a fun plot of the characters meeting by an accidental crashing of a speed-dating event, obstacles t [...]

    • Once again Sage's Chocolate Shop with her marvelous creations bring a couple together in Sweet Home Cowboy by Marin Thomas. Although her characters fit Marietta, Montana perfectly this is an author that I do not remember having read her work before. I say welcome and please write more for the Tule Publishing’s Montana.Judge Kingsley’s name has been mentioned in several of the book along with his huge but sad home, so it is great that someone comes to take the old coot on; that someone being [...]

    • - I received a free copy from Hidden Gems; this is my honest review.- This is my first book with Marin Thomas but my third of the Love at the Chocolate Shop.- I really liked this story. I liked the description of the buildings inside and out, the characters development, the chocolate shop that ties all the stories together and the people of Marietta.- I found the DJ as gossipy as anyone else in town and loved it too!- I went on a roller-coaster ride with my emotions: I felt hope, sadness, betray [...]

    • Another great addition to the Love at the Chocolate Shop series. The book can stand alone though, but having read other books about the Marietta, Montana citizens can help understand the periferal characters better.Elena is a school teacher determined to meet her great grandfather, the ornery Judge Kingsley. Wesley works for the judge and meets Elena her first night in town, when she stumbles into a speed dating event at Copper Mountain Chocolates. Elena and Wes hit it off right away.I loved how [...]

    • The ninth book in the Love at the Chocolate Shop series has lived up to the sweetness of true romance as the previous books in the series Ms Thomas has created in Wes and Elena two characters with depth and true emotions. Many of the moments between Wes and Elena warmed my heart, bringing true joy while experiencing the growth of their love for each other. I especially enjoyed previous characters being woven into the story has been the case with the previous stories. Of course the Copper Mountai [...]

    • Another sweet story in the Love at the Chocolate Shop series! This story had so much to love: determined to connect with the great grandfather she didn't know she had, Elena finds not only him, but a handsome cowboy that makes her re-think her future and where she belongs. There is healing of old family wounds, romance, and finding home. I enjoyed Elena's character, and also enjoyed finding out more about the Judge and Wes, whom we have met in previous stories. It was also fun to see check in wi [...]

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