Published: September 3, 2019
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format: Print from Publisher
Reviewed by name and email address: Gina firstname.lastname@example.org
Ivy Serrano’s dream is coming true. She about to open her very own store, one that will have creations she’s designed and made along with some other designers. Everything is in place and she’s more than ready for her opening day. But the something she hadn’t planned on happened—her mini-frig catches on fire and in seconds her alarms go off calling in the local fire department.
Along with the responding crew is just what she doesn’t need—tall, utterly hot and handsome Carter Bowen. It’s not him in particular, at least not at first. It’s fire fighters in general. While her father was able to retire after his years of service as chief, her brother, Charlie, wasn’t quite so lucky having died in the midst of a fire. Ivy’s never gotten over his death and there is no way she’s going to let another fire fighter into her life. Carter sees things a little differently and sets about to help Ivy heal from her loss and woo himself into her heart.
A.J. Pine’s COWBOY TO THE RESCUE was the perfect read for a relaxing afternoon. I’m not normally a fan of novellas because I feel like I’m missing out on something in terms of character development. Pine gives readers just enough of Ivy and Carter’s back story to make the reader feel like they’ve gotten to know the characters. Carter is a nice blend of your basic alpha male who also has a sensitive side. He has his own issues and isn’t afraid to open up to Ivy about them and work them through.
If you are looking for a solid romance with a happy ending this is the read for you.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.