Roping Melanie

· Billingsley Book 5 · Honey Bee Publishing, LLC
4 reviews

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I didn’t have a lot, but what I had I was proud of.

I was raised to keep my head down and work hard.

I followed the rules, rarely straying off the straight and narrow path.

That’s why when the opportunity to get wild and have a little fun presented itself, I jumped on it—or more like on him. The handsome cowboy from the bar.

It was one night in Vegas.

Afterward, all I had was the memory of his body pressed to mine and the hotel room key I swiped as I snuck out.

I never expected to see him again.

I definitely never imagined he’d show up in my small hometown seven years later, only to discover the daughter he never knew about.

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4 reviews
Jackie Wright
July 25, 2021
4.5 Stars for Roping Melanie ( Billingsley #5) If you love small town or second chance romances this book should certainly be on your radar. Roping Melanie is Nash and Melanie’s second chance at love, it’s book 5 in the Billingsley Series but it can certainly be read and enjoyed as a stand-alone. One night of passion changed Melanie’s life now 7 years on she comes face to face with the man who she sees in her daughter everyday, problem is he knows nothing about his adorable little girl. So how will the champion bull fighter react to the secret and the daughter that was kept from him….. The attraction and the chemistry is still there even after all those years, the feelings come right back up to the surface as Nash and Melanie explore a relationship but what took this book to another level was the love and understanding Nash showed towards Avery after finding out overnight he was a dad . This book has all the feels, it’s beautifully written, it’s a heartfelt story , it has wonderful characters and Avery has some classic one liners only a child can deliver. I smiled, I giggled, I swooned and I sighed as I joined the residents of Billingsley and I guess all that’s left to say is if small town/second chance/ single parent is your jam please one click this gem.
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Erin Lewis
July 24, 2021
4 star Review of Roping Melanie (Billingsley #5) by Melissa Ellen Over the last couple of years I have found myself gravitating to small town romances and this series from Melissa Ellen is one I have been enjoying. This is Nash and Melanie’s second chance at love story. Add in that Mel is a single mum to a beautiful 7 year old year daughter Avery so for me this was a win/win. After a passionate fling, they parted ways. Fast forward 7 years and suddenly Mel finds herself face to face with Nash, even worse she now has to introduce him to the daughter he knew nothing about. The chemistry between Mel and Nash is still as strong as it was and once Nash gets over the shock it was heart warming to watch their relationship progress. Although I have to admit I would not have been as forgiving as Nash. I loved the relationship that he developed with Avery it just about melted my heart. It was also great to see some familiar faces make an appearance whilst reading Roping Melanie and I look reading more in the series.
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Kristen Lewendon
July 25, 2021
To be honest, I didn’t think we would get the opportunity to come back to Billingsley for new stories. I’m so, so, soooo happy that we do! Single mom, Melanie, is a fierce mamma bear. A good girl who went wild one night and has stood strong in the face of the consequences every day since. But when the consequences are as adorable as Avery, it seems like that might make it easier to be so strong. Nash’s best qualities remind me a lot of Tucker and Tim. It’s maybe not a surprise that they play guest starring roles in this book, then. Normally, I’m not a big fan of secret babies and the particular types of drama and tension those stories create. However, there was just something about the way this book has done that theme that overrode all my cautions and made me love it. There’s a lower angst level than I usually associate with secret babies, and both Melanie and Nash are pretty mature in the way they handle it all. They’re not perfect though, don’t get that mistaken idea. They still make more than enough stumbles and missteps to make me wonder if they’d ever sort out their differences. And make me cheer all the harder when they finally do. Now that we’ve gotten to meet some of Nash’s extensive family, I can’t wait for the opportunity to read more about them. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book from the author through Valentine PR & Literary Management.
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