Take Me, Cowboy (Copper Mountain Rodeo #4) by Jane Porter

Take Me, Cowboy (Copper Mountain Rodeo Book 4)


When Jenny Wright’s fiancé leaves her standing at the altar in a Vera Wang bridal gown she can’t afford, she’s humiliated and heartbroken. To have Marietta hero bull riding champ Colton Thorpe witness her shame - makes the rejection even more devastating. 

Jenny and Colton grew up in the same rough neighborhood and they both left home right after school to pursue big dreams. Now they're both back, with Colton as the celebrity chair for the 75th Copper Mountain Rodeo, and Jenny in disgrace. 

Sexy, rugged Colton didn't get to be a national champion by chance. He's a man that takes risks and goes after what he wants. During the rodeo weekend, Colton makes it clear he wants Jenny. Flustered but flattered, Jenny finds it difficult to resist his charm. But what happens when the rodeo ends and Colton leaves town? Will she dare to dream again?


Take Me, Cowboy is part of the Copper Mountain Rodeo novella series. I enjoyed the others I have read, even if they did move quickly, but something about this one left me not liking it. It was too quick and easy for what was happening.

Jenny is left at the alter. Her rich boyfriend whom she works with and lives with in Chicago was worried she just wanted him for her money once he sees that she came from nothing. This at first is upsetting, but not because she loved her now ex. It was upsetting because she has tried so hard to get out of her small town and make something of herself only to end up way in debt trying to pay for this wedding that ended up not happening. When she runs off before the ceremony, after being dumped, she runs into Colton. Colton whom she remembers from high school. He is so dreamy and he left just like her, only he made something of himself.

Colton is back in town for the rodeo, but he has no intention of getting involved with anyone again. His ex was a shallow, money grubbing person who didn't really care about him. So now he is done with love. When he sees Jenny he is drawn to her, but then he hears what happens and thinks she might be all about the money as well. Well it only takes like 2 days to fall in love and change his mind. I didn't see it, I didn't feel the connection between them besides a physical attraction. I didn't see where they would ride off into the sunset together and live happily ever after. It was just too quick. She JUST got stood up and he never wanted to be in love again. It was all just a bit too fast.

Rating: ★ ★

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