Pour Me

Posted November 5, 2014 by The Book & Alcohol Girls in Book Reviews / 1 Comment

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I received this book for free from the author or publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Pour Me Book Cover Pour Me
Elle Marlow
Summer Solstice

A contemporary western romance with humorous elements. 

Wanted: One Cowgirl Mommy

That was the ad right next to the bartending one. Carly wasn't sure she was prepared for either, but she was heading back to Arizona regardless. Running from her past and hopefully to a brighter future, she couldn't predict all three would collide and sexy cowboy, Cade McCormick would be to blame for all of it.

Cade had to be careful about the women involved in little Danni's life. A cowgirl was on the bottom of his list! But time has a way of healing hearts and minds and roping the past together. Could his new bartender really be the woman he lost years ago? Did Danni really place an ad to find her?

”In the heavens the pastures are full, of cattle and cowboys, of long horned bulls. Don’t lament on the past, and the pain of your loss, your cowboy, his horse ride to the cross.” 

I read this book and then I wrote this letter to the author:

Hey Elle,

I just wanted to shoot you an email regarding Pour Me. I finished it about 3 minutes ago sitting at my desk in my office and I needed to send you this email. I will write my review once I have collected my thoughts, but I needed to address you first.

NEVER have I read a novella and been touched the way this book touched me. I was completely drawn into the story and in love with each character. (view spoiler)I cried like a baby at my desk and I am currently sitting with puffy eyes typing this as people walk by.

You should be unbelievably proud of this book. The connections you were able to create in such a short amount of time were beyond impressive. I said it before, your novellas read like novels. I am in awe of your talent. I want more of this book. When it ended, I immediately missed everyone. I wanted to know what Shannon’s life was going to be like. I wanted to know how Danni was going to grow up. I wanted to know if Cheese would get a better name or if Carly would teach to Danni master turning that last damn barrel!

This is a masterpiece. It may seem silly to say that, but it is. I just wanted to let you know that. It will be my go-to feel good book for Sunday afternoons and I will add it to our recommended Novella Sunday list for sure.

I am more excited than ever to read Shaman’s Song. 

This was a fun and flirty book, which I expected, but it was so much more. It was a great story. In it contained a small community of people I grew to love and enjoy. The characters were my friends, the town was my home and the struggles were my own. I loved this story and I love Elle Marlow for bringing it to me. 

I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a great story about starting over, family and coming home again. 

5 stars to this mighty novella and read it with a margarita! 

This book was generously offered to us in exchange for an honest review. 

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