The Lady and the Cowboy [NOOK Book]

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A SHORT NOVEL

After living for years in New York City, Caroline Trask wants nothing more than to go back home to Wyoming. When she believes her father is ill, she goes against his wishes to return to her one-time home only to discover that it may no longer be hers. Caught in a property dispute with the dark-haired cowboy, Raven, Caroline must decide if she can trust the handsome stranger or if he is trying to...
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The Lady and the Cowboy

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Overview

A SHORT NOVEL

After living for years in New York City, Caroline Trask wants nothing more than to go back home to Wyoming. When she believes her father is ill, she goes against his wishes to return to her one-time home only to discover that it may no longer be hers. Caught in a property dispute with the dark-haired cowboy, Raven, Caroline must decide if she can trust the handsome stranger or if he is trying to take the property that is rightfully hers.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012882615
  • Publisher: Christine Wenger
  • Publication date: 3/15/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 397,980
  • File size: 568 KB

Meet the Author

Chris Wenger has worked in the criminal justice field for more years than she cares to remember. She has a dual master's degree in Probation and Parole Studies and Sociology from Fordham University, but the knowledge gained from such studies certainly has not prepared her for what she loves to do the most - write romance!
Her first book, The Lady and the Cowboy, a western historical, was written for beginning adult readers and was sold to Laubach Literacy. In 1998, it was chosen by the Publishers Liaison Committee of the Public Library Association's Adult Lifelong Learning Section as one of the "Top Titles for Adult New Readers."
One of the biggest thrills of her life was receiving "the call" from Susan Litman at Silhouette Special Edition in January of 2004 that they wanted to publish The Cowboy Way. Yeee-haw!!
The Cowboy Way was released in January 2005.
A native Central New Yorker, she enjoys watching professional bull riding and rodeo with her favorite cowboy, her husband, Jim.
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