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Tempt Me, Cowboy, by Megan Crane
City billionaire Jasper Flint sees the lovely old Marietta depot as a great project. But smart-mouthed Chelsea Collier's an unexpected burr under his saddle. Jasper always gets ...
Tempt Me, Cowboy, by Megan Crane
City billionaire Jasper Flint sees the lovely old Marietta depot as a great project. But smart-mouthed Chelsea Collier's an unexpected burr under his saddle. Jasper always gets what he wants... doesn't he?
Marry Me, Cowboy, by Lilian Darcy
Rodeo rider Jamie MacCreadie and Australian firebrand Tegan Ash despise each other. When his buddy, Chet, leaves Tegan at the altar, Jamie decides to solve this problem himself...
Promise Me, Cowboy, by CJ Carmichael
Dawson O'Dell returns to Marietta on the eve of the rodeo, and Sage Carrigan's quiet life shatters. He broke her heart five years ago, and whatever this smokin' hot cowboy is promising, he won't lasso her heart again!
Take Me, Cowboy, by Jane Porter
Colton Thorpe grew up poor, so it feels pretty damn sweet to return as Rodeo Chairman. Childhood friend Jenny Wright has grown into a beautiful woman, but they'll have to just stay friends... if he can resist her.
Take Me, Cowboy by Jane Porter, is the winner of the 2014 RITA Award for Romance Novella
Posted October 30, 2014
Four wonderful stories to whisk you away to the beautiful state of Montana with hot cowboys and lots of action.
Tempt Me, Cowboy by Megan Crane
Chelsea Crawford Collier has lived in Marietta Montana all her life. She lives a simple life with her mother and teaching high school history. Her big dream is making the old railway depot into a museum named after her family, one of the longest remaining families in Marietta.
Jasper Flint, a self made millionaire from Texas, comes to town with his own dreams of making the depot into a microbrewery.
They become more then friends pretty quick, but can they put their differences aside to create a trusting, long term relationship? They both come from totally different worlds and don't see eye to eye on the future of the depot. Lots of gossip in the town causes Chelsea to think hard about the fling they are having. What will she do? What will become of the depot?
This was a sweet fast paced story which I really enjoyed.
Marry Me, Cowboy by Lilian Darcy
Grab your hat and pull on your boots. We're going for a ride. And, what a ride it was.
Tegan, an Australian barrel racer plans to marry her friend, Chet so she can stay here in the country to live her dream of competing on the rodeo circuit. When plans fall through, she decides to return home after the Copper Mountain Rodeo in Marietta, Montana. When Chet leaves town to see his family, Tegan becomes better friends with Jamie, Chet's teammate who is from Marietta. She becomes very close with him and they each open up about the secrets of their past. How far will this go? Does it become just another fling among two lonely people traveling together? Or, will it become something much more?
I loved how this book was written and all the details. You could picture yourself there among the mountains and the rodeo crowds.
Promise Me, Cowboy by C.J. Carmichael
Five years ago, a cowboy had stolen Sage Carrigan's heart. It all ended when she found out Dawson O'Dell was married. Now, he was in town for the Copper Mountain Rodeo. Little did Sage know, Dawson had planned to move to Marietta Montana to be closer to her and raise his daughter, Savannah, in a more stable lifestyle. Sage is content with her life now and running her chocolate shop and doesn't want anything to do with Dawson. Dawson is quitting the rodeo circuit and ready to settle down. A couple things stand in their way of moving on. How will they resolve them? And, will they finally find love after all these years? This was a sweet quick story filled with lots of emotion.
Take Me, Cowboy by Jane Porter
This is a classic Jane Porter style romance. The kind I love and always look forward to reading. This story ranks right up there with my other favorites.
Dumped right before the wedding, Jenny Wright finds out her fiance thinks she is a gold digger. After running from the church in her beautiful Vera Wang gown, Jenny is crying on the street corner when a familiar face from the past pulls up in his truck to see if she is ok. He doesn't remember her, but she will never forget the bad boy Colton Thorpe. The crush she had for years still ignites a fire inside her. He is freshly out of a bad marriage and doesn't trust women and thinks all they want is his money. He'll settle for a night or two and then move on. He doesn't ever want to get married again. Life on the road, riding bulls in rodeos, is what he wants, and it's not a place for a woman. After spending time with Jenny, Colton might change his mind. But, can they both move past their bad relationships (especially Jenny's being very recent)?