For the past three years, young widow Cassie Danner has
been drifting through life numb with grief and pain over
the loss of her husband. Taking on miscellaneous seasonal
jobs was what Cassie did while her husband was alive and
went mountain climbing all over the world. Cassie doesn't
see any reason to change now. She's just taken on the job
of cook at a Wyoming dude ranch, thinking how hard can
cooking be anyway; as long as she can enjoy the environment
around her, Cassie feels she can do anything.
Unfortunately, famous actor Robbin McKeag happens to be the
owner's son and doesn't miss an opportunity to point out
Cassie's every mistake, including her lack of cooking
abilities and always trying to get her fired. Thankfully,
Robbin's father has taken a liking to Cassie, allowing her
to learn the fine art of cooking on a ranch. Maybe this
will help Cassie find herself, as well.
Robbin McKeag is attempting to straighten out his life from
the chaos of fame, drugs, alcohol, women, and the media at
every turn. Retreating to his family ranch in Wyoming, he
still plans to keep alcohol and woman on his to-do list.
Robbin's requirements for a ranch cook are completely
ignored when his father hires Cassie Danner for the summer.
Dealing with his own issues, Robbin has no time for a
pretty woman who, in his opinion, can't do much of
anything, but his father has taken a liking to Cassie.
Robbin decides to take the rude and belligerent approach
with Cassie, hoping she will leave or be fired. The time he
spends in her company increases his attempts to become
intimate, but Cassie has his number and refuses Robbin at
every turn, knowing they both have some soul-searching to
COWBOYS NEVER CRY is funny, sad, and inspirational; a
beautiful story of how two shattered souls struggling to
find themselves and each other. A phenomenal read!
Cowboys are NOT her weakness-until she meets the right
one-in this funny, wise, romantic novel about women and
cowboys, both real and imagined.
Cassie Danner doesn't swoon over cowboys. A young widow with
a still- mending heart, she seeks solace in her new summer
job as cook on a Wyoming dude ranch. How ironic that she
ends up tussling with Robbin McKeag, the ranch owner's son
and a superstar celebrity for having played iconic cowboys
on the big screen.
Disillusioned with fame, Robbin has retreated to his dad's
ranch to reconnect with the land. But there's something
about Cassie that gets his goat. And Cassie can't help but
be drawn to Robbin as he struggles to become a better man.
Are they about to play out a classic romance, or will the
cowboy mystique and charm wear off?