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Cowboy Meets Debutante

Stoney Buxton had been a bull rider in the rodeo until a year ago. Their barn burned down and a beam caught his dad and took away his ability to walk, so Stoney came home to the ranch, where he belonged. They were struggling because of extra land they bought and the med...
Stoney Buxton had been a bull rider in the rodeo until a year ago. Their barn burned down and a beam caught his dad and took away his ability to walk, so Stoney came home to the ranch, where he belonged. They were struggling because of extra land they bought and the medical bills. So when Melanie Summers showed up offering to pay him to be her guide in the mountains, his folks thought it was a good idea. He did not. He was thinking hitting a few of the big rodeo's would help. This fancy city girl with her beauty looked like nothing but trouble to Stoney.

Melanie Summers had an agenda. She was a zoologist and wanted to go to Kenya to observe the animals in their natural habitat. Then she found out her dad was funding the project and would pull his money if she went. Thus the deal; if she could survive one month in the Wyoming wild he would let her go. Of course she new he would pay off anyone who would take her, so they wouldn't. But she found Stoney and new he could not be bought, it seemed not even by her. She would not let him know her secret though, she was diabetic and her parents pampered her and kept her as caged as the wild animals at the zoo. Melanie wanted her freedom more than anything and this was her only chance and Stoney was the person to help her.

Stoney does give in and struggles every time he looks at Melanie. He wants to hold her and kiss her and.... he knows a city gal like her would never be happy with him, a rancher trying to make ends meet. When Melanie loses her pack with her insulin and tells Stoney, they must race to save her life, and Stoney sees how much he don't want to lose this woman. When he starts trying to protect, she sees him acting in the same way as her parents, the very thing she was trying to escape. Can Stoney love Melanie enough to let go and allow her the freedom she needs or is their love going to stay locked up?

**Sexual situations

posted by Jutzie on September 27, 2011

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

good read

good read

posted by cubsgal on March 25, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2013

    Wyoming romance

    The beautiful rich daughter is diabetic, but still wants to pursue zoology field studies in Africa. So she hires the ex bull rider, struggling rancher cowboy to be her guide for a month in the Montana mountains so that she can prove to her father that she can manage in the wilderness. Classic romantic clash of beautiful smart woman trying to break free from her overprotective family, while falling for the ruggedly handsome stubborn cowboy who doesn't want to express the love he gradually realizes he has for the heroine because he is afraid that he doesn't have enough to offer. Likeable main character, but the story still feels a little flat, not quite rising to the majestic montana setting. Best part is when Melanie finally takes charge of her own destiny.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2012

    good read

    good read

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