On Sale: March 26, 2019
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A cowboy like that could break your heart...
Fleeing her latest love-life disaster, big city journalist
Libby Brown's transition to rural living isn't going exactly
as planned. Her childhood dream has always been to own a
farm-but without the constant help of her charming, sexy
cowboy neighbor, she'd never make it through her first
Handsome rancher Luke Rawlins is impressed by this sassy,
independent city girl, but he yearns to do more than help
Libby out with her ranch. He's ready for love, and he wants
to go the distance. When the two get embroiled in their tiny
town's one and only crime story, Libby discovers that their
sizzling hot attraction is going to complicate her life in
every way possible...
9 comments posted.
Re: Cowboy Trouble
Good Morning! It's good to be back at Fresh Fiction with
"Cowboy Trouble!" Most of my books are about women starting
over and creating new lives for themselves in the West.
(There's always a cowboy involved, of course!) So I have a
question for you: have you ever started over and reinvented
your life? Are you glad you did?
(Joanne Kennedy 10:23am April 3)
I'm already in the west and if I run any farther, I'll
land in the Pacific. :)
My life feels like a series of starting over moments!
But the biggest will be in two weeks when my husband gets
a new kidney. Scary, stressful, but worth every bit of
work we've put into this. :)
(Amy Inholt 10:42am April 3)
Hospitals are always scary. I've spent a little too much
time in them myself, and I always have to remind myself
that miracles happen there. It's amazing what they can do!
It sounds like you have a great attitude that will help
your husband recover and feel better. I wish you both good
health and good luck with the surgery!
(Joanne Kennedy 11:03am April 3)
I love, love the cover of your new edition. Especially that
barbed wire tattoo! So sexy!! It's a great story folks--
don't miss this one!
(Carolyn Brown 1:42pm April 3)
I'm always excited to get a comment from Carolyn Brown
because she's one of the all-time great romance writers! If
you haven't read her books, run, don't walk, to the bookstore
and buy them all! She tells great stories with a unique sense
of humor that can brighten any day!
(Joanne Kennedy 3:14pm April 3)
That barbed wire tatto started out as a mermaid, but that
didn't seem to fit the high plains of Wyoming! It was fun
figuring out what kind of tattoo Luke would get. Barbed wire
was the winner, hands down!
(Joanne Kennedy 3:15pm April 3)
You only live once so I say just have fun with it, and sometimes that means things will just happen, so just have fun!!!
(Margo Beredjiklian 3:29pm April 3)
This sounds like a very good read and I love this trope!
Of course, the tatt would have to be barn wire! Great cover,
(Kathleen Bylsma 7:32pm April 3)
Definitely have to recommend her works to my wife. g
(Hank Lee 10:56pm April 4)
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