About the Book
WWSOD—What would Scarlett O’Hara do? Anything to survive, that’s what. But instead of a man-eating Southern belle in hoop skirts and big hats, my version of existence looks an awful lot like a financial conglomerate employee staring blankly at budget analysis spreadsheets. Either way, the motto has served me well most my life. Until now, that is. The corporate retreat location has just been announced, and this city girl is headed to a dude ranch in the country. How will Scarlett help me survive that? No, this time I’ll turn to the sage advice of preteen YouTubers and their ponies to keep me from making a fool of myself. But who’s going to help me navigate the kind yet reticent cowboy in the black Stetson—the cattle ranch owner who’s slowly claiming corners of my heart?
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
What a delightfully satisfying read. I didn’t think it was possible, but I loved book two in Sarah Monzon’s Sewing on SoCal series even more than the first one.
Jocelyn might be out of her comfort zone when she and her coworkers head to a dude ranch for a corporate retreat, but she discovers hidden pieces of herself there. And Malachi? Oh, Malachi is just adorable with his failing tongue around women and his inability to resist the pull toward Jocelyn.
I loved so much about this story—the character growth, the friendships, the humor—but in the end, it’s Jocelyn’s journey that touched me the most.
Now I will just wait and see which of the sewing club girls gets to stop into the spotlight next.
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