Take Me, Cowboy (Copper Ridge: Desire #1) by Maisey Yates
Im a real sucker for the whole friends-to-lovers trope, so this book was an automatic read for me. While I did enjoy this one and really liked Anna, I wasnt very fond of Chase. I found his views or ideas on relationships and women in general off-putting. Not offensive per se but cringey. Like I want to slap some sense into him sometimes. The book suggests that he learned a valuable lesson about it but I personally am not sure.
Anna saved the book for me. She realized that even if she changes her appearance, she cant change who she is inside and thats totally fine. I liked how she puts Chase in his place.
Overall, still a good read but could have been better.
ARC provided by Harlequin in exchange for an honest review.
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