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I love reading new authors and my first read of Nicole Helm, and is definitely a surprise.

“Cowboy Seal Homecoming” is a charming read of a prodigal son returning to his roots and starting fresh outside of his SEAL days. Alex Maguire returns home to with his SEAL buddies, to a home he’s ignored, to a life that he had refused to be a part of, and to a step- sister he hardly remembers.

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Becca Denton had heard a lot about her stepfather’s son, and the reality of him being on the ranch that she considers her own is far more tempting than she had imagined. Her dream of turning the ranch into a haven for wounded vets is one of the things she and Alex share.

Mr. Organized meets Ms. Live-The-Life-That-Comes-At-You. As they get acclimated to the living arrangements working towards a common goal, they find the sparks of attraction as another common anomaly that takes them surprise.

With a good plot that keeps the readers interesting, Nicole Helm pens a charming story as Alex and Becca go through the path of getting to know each other, working side by side and the attraction that progresses into love, the secondary characters add charm, humor and family, “Cowboy Seal Homecoming” is a definite good read cozied up on a couch

Received an ARC from Sourcebooks Casablanca via NetGalley for an honest review.

The third book in the Montana Born Brides Series, “Bride By Mistake” by Nicole Helm has Kaitlin Shuller and Beckett Larson at loggerheads as they battle antagonism and sudden love for each other.

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Kaitlin and Beckett end up having a one night of consoling sex that has Kate pregnant, unsure and emotional. Beckett had always had feelings for Kate, but he’s got a history of running away from problems. But with Kate he decides to face them, and confess his love for her. Kate is going through an emotional high as she sees the man of her dreams marry her sister, and now been pregnant with Beckett’s baby leaves her insecure and emotional.

I thought both Kate and Beckett needed more character development. The story is short and seemed rushed into a conclusion. Although it’s an okay read, I really wasn’t able to connect with the characters or the story, and definitely missed the aura that usually surrounds the town of Marietta.

Received an ARC from Tule Publishing via NetGalley for an honest review

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