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Monday Musts: Melt My Heart, Cowboy, Under a Mountain & VOTE!


Monday Musts is a weekly event, started and hosted by Jessica @ Lovin' Los Libros, which asks you to highlight your must read, must listen and must see!

MUST READ!
Melt My Heart, Cowboy (Love at the Chocolate Shop #1) by C.J. Carmichael



From Goodreads:
Who is the handsome cowboy who comes into small town Marietta’s chocolate shop every week to buy a box of chocolates? More importantly…who is he buying the chocolates for? These are the questions sales clerk Rosie Linn asks herself as she waits for her sadly neglected childhood home to sell so she can pursue an exciting new career in L.A. 

Rosie finds out the answers the day rugged ranch hand Brant Willingham introduces himself and asks for her help in managing the care of his younger sister. Brant’s mother has recently died, leaving him the sole guardian of eighteen-year-old Sara Maria–who has been a puzzle to Brant ever since she began exhibiting signs of autism at age two.  
Rosie and Brant come up with a plan. She’ll help with his sister if he handles repairs and a new paint job for her old house. It seems the perfect solution, but a new dilemma is created when the couple start spending time together. Brant discovers he doesn’t want Rosie to sell and leave, and Rosie fears she will have to choose between love and her dreams.  
I love this author and this book was no exception -- she writes the best cowboy romances and I loved Rosie and Brant! I also definitely recommend her Carrigans of Circle C series!


MUST LISTEN!


The Black Crowes - Under A Mountain
RIP Eddie Harsch 
So I'm under a mountain
MUST SEE!
This space is dedicated to my favorite book blog posts every week since I don't do weekly recaps (I don't have the patience) and there are always posts that I LOVE!
What are your Monday Musts??
Also, those in the U.S., VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE

Comments

  1. I hope you'll enjoy Melt my Heart, Cowboy! ;)
    And thaks for spotting other bloggers' posts, I'll go and read some of them, that appeal to me.

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  2. Melt My Heart, Cowboy is such a cute title! I've not heard of the author.

    I love the idea of weekly recaps in terms of POSTS! I do book hauls but not weekly recaps (like you, I just don't have the time/patience). :D

    Great post, Eva!

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

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  3. Thank you for the rec! It's been awhile since I've read a good cowboy romance!

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  4. I think I need to add Melt My Heart Cowboy to my ever growing wishlist!!

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  5. I haven't heard of Carmichael before but this sounds like such a good start to a series. I loved that post about Morganville's 10th anniversary. (How can it have been 10 years?!) I'm always tempted to go back and reread the entire series.

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  6. I haven't heard of this booo before but that cover is totally cute!! I especially love the Pumpkins in the window since it's Fall and stuff!♡♡ and omg so many good blog posts this week! Squeee!♡♡

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  7. Ooh, another book to add to my wish list. That cowboy romance sounds like all kinds of cute so I'm totally in!

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  8. Awww thanks for linking to my post, love!! And YES voting is of utmost importance today (GAH it is already time. I am so scaredcited. (That's both scared and excited, you see. Because I need it to be over but I need it to be over the RIGHT way hahah). So glad you enjoyed the book, too! The cover is too cute!

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  9. Thanks for these awesome links to other blog posts, can you run a book blog without reviews is super interesting! Tori @ In Tori Lex

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  10. I just put a few cowboy romances on hold from the library. I used to love reading them and have been in the mood to read them again. Thanks for the post links, checking some out!

    Nereyda│ Nick & Nereyda’s Infinite Booklist

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  11. I've never read any cowboy/western romances. Maybe I should challenge myself to that next year! Loved the posts you linked to about Romance Elements I'm Sick of & Does Social Media Competence Equal Blog Success?!!

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