Keeper Bookshelf

Romantic Novels In A Variety Of Genres That Are Worth Reading Again...and again

Yates, Maisey

Maisey Yates always delivers solid, believable romances, usually with a strong family base.  Her many series are captivating and completely addictive. 🙂

If you’re in the mood for a really good, believable romance then I wouldn’t hesitate to tell you to go pick up something by Maisey Yates.   You really can’t go wrong.  She writes for Harlequin and Tule Publishing.

Her official website can be found at that link –>  Maisey Yates

Titles reviewed here at Keeper Bookshelf will be linked back to the review post.

**Recently, due to events beyond my control, I’ve had to combine some of my blogs into Keeper Bookshelf.  This page (or most of it) was part of a Modern Western Romance blog that was totally devoted to cowboys and small towns.  So, many of the titles that are on this page were read years ago before I ever thought of a blog.  And some reviews have to be reposted here because they were once on that no-longer-in-existence blog.  I know, TMI.  Yet, there is a reason that there are so many titles with no link to a review post.

Copper Ridge

  • #0.5  Shoulda Been A Cowboy (prequel)
  • # 1.    Part-Time Cowboy — The Garretts
  • # 2.    Brokedown Cowboy — The Garretts
  • # 3.    Bad News Cowboy –The Garretts
  • # 4     One Night Charmer — The Wests
  • # 5     Tough Luck Hero — The Wests
  • # 6     Last Chance Rebel — The Wests

Copper Ridge – Harlequin Desire line

  •   Take Me, Cowboy
  •   Hold Me, Cowboy *
  •   Seduce Me, Cowboy
  •   Claim Me, Cowboy

Since my own personal collection of the Copper Ridge series is made up of both print copies and Kindle editions – I’ve broken down the non-numbered titles on the list below.  Many of these titles were a combination two author book,  or in the Harlequin Desire line, or in anthologies in the print copies but in e-books they are listed as stand alone.  If you, like me, are somewhat of a purist, then I’d suggest you visit Maisey Yates’ website for her reading list.  It’s where I go when I want to experience this series in the order they were written.  That link is here:  Maisey Yates Copper Ridge reading order.

Copper Ridge Un-numbered titles

  •   A Copper Ridge Christmas
  •   Hometown Heartbreaker
  •   Take Me, Cowboy
  •   Hold Me, Cowboy *
  •   Snowed In at Copper Ridge
  •   Seduce Me, Cowboy
  •   Slow Burn Cowboy — Copper Ridge: The Donnellys
  •   Down Home Cowboy – Copper Ridge – The Donnellys
  •   Wild Ride Cowboy –Cooper Ridge: The Donnellys
  •   Christmastime Cowboy
  •   Claim Me, Cowboy
  •   Want Me, Cowboy
  •   Need Me, Cowboy

Gold Valley

These titles I’ve listed in the order of release dates – there are some un-numbered novellas included.  Why?  Because I’m a purist and like to read in order.  You do what you do.  🙂

  •   Cowboy Christmas Blues  (novella)
  •   Smooth-Talking Cowboy #1 *
  •   Mail-Order Cowboy  (novella)
  •   Untamed Cowboy #2
  •   Hard Riding Cowboy
  •   Good Time Cowboy #3
  •   A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas #4
  •   Unbroken Cowboy
  •   Cowboy to the Core
  •   Lone Wolf Cowboy 
  •   Cowboy Christmas Redemption *

Silver Creek

  • #0.5  Unbuttoned (prequel)
  • #1.    Unexpected
  • #2.    Untouched
  • #2.5  Rekindled
  • #3.    Unbroken
  • #3.5  Unwrapped

Call of Duty

  • #1     A Royal World Apart
  • #1.5  The Prince and the PA
  • #2    At His Majesty’s Request
  • #3   Pretender To The Throne
  • #4   His Diamond of Convenience


  • #1   Marriage Made On Paper
  • #2   The Petrov Proposal

Decans of Bourbon Street – a multi-author series

  • #4  Strip You Bare

Montana Born Brides – a multi-author series

  • #4  Finally His Bride

~~ A bit of a confession — these pages are really a way for me to combine my “TBR List”, “Wish List”, “Oh, I’ve Already Read That” List and “Hmmm, Maybe One Day” Lists.  These pages on all of my blogs help me to keep my reading adventures in an order that makes sense to me… that they are also of benefit to other readers is a wonderful bonus point for us all.  *grin*