Review: It's All About That Cowboy by Carla Bloom

Head back to Big Verde, Texas, where a homecoming queen and the bad-boy-turned-sheriff get a second chance at first love!

Once Jessica Acosta left Big Verde, Texas, she didn't look back . . . until now, when a temporary homecoming brings her face-to-face with her high school sweetheart. Still devastatingly sexy, Casey Long sets off the same sparks that drew them together years ago. But Jess can't forget how he broke her heart . . . or the secret that came between them.

Casey may have traded in his bad-boy rep and big rodeo dreams for a sheriff's badge, but he's never gotten over Jess leaving. Having her back in town feels like a second chance, especially when it's clear that their chemistry is as strong as ever. But can Casey and Jess move beyond the pain of the past . . . to have the future they both deserve?
I have to admit it took me a bit to remember this series. I read the first book in late 2018 so when this one came out I almost forgot that I read the first in the series. I'm so glad that even though I didn't remember reading it I took a chance and requested It's All About that Cowboy. 

I really loved it! It was was a great read. It's a second chance romance so you didn't have the build-up to them falling in love but I liked how even after all this time has passed they still loved each other.  

It's sad to realize why they weren't together. But I also think it's part of life. Things happen and we grow from them. 

Once all the secrets are out and they admit how much they still care for each other you knew they were going to have a happy ever after. 

This is the perfect story to read when you have an afternoon to yourself. It gives you a taste of the series so that you can get a feel of it. You'll enjoy this town and the people who live there. I can't wait for the next one out in March. For you cowboy lovers out there this is the perfect series to read. 

Have any of you tried, Carly Bloom? What do you think of her books? 






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  1. I haven't read this author but the story sounds like one that I would probably like.

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