One Good Cowboy

One Good Cowboy

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by Amanda Anderson
     
 

Charlisse Brighton has loved Grant Turner all her life until she finds him in a compromising position. One that caused her hero to fall from the pedestal she placed him upon. When she finds that her dreams along with her innocence lay in tatters at his feet she decides to flee from the life she has known for eleven years and return home to Boston, but when…  See more details below

Overview

Charlisse Brighton has loved Grant Turner all her life until she finds him in a compromising position. One that caused her hero to fall from the pedestal she placed him upon. When she finds that her dreams along with her innocence lay in tatters at his feet she decides to flee from the life she has known for eleven years and return home to Boston, but when unexpected events force her to return she must once again face the man who has held her heart all her life.
Can she reconcile her feelings of doubt and mistrust and take the love that he offers her or will she run away again? Can she ever truly escape her own heart and the love a one good cowboy and does she truly want to?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015987584
Publisher:
Amanda Anderson
Publication date:
01/30/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,070,840
File size:
57 KB

Meet the Author

I live in North Georgia with my husband and two children. I spend part of my time teaching at a local preschool and writing, while the rest is devoted to my family. Writing is new to me, but storytelling has been a life long hobby. I love using words to create images and feelings for others. I can honestly tell a story about almost anything. Some of my favorite storytelling memories are of telling bed time stories to my children and nieces and nephew. They would pick random things, such as the ceiling fan, and I would make up a story about it. Those moments are treasures to me and I hope they will be remembered by those special children too. In that way I hope to bring special moments to my readers as well.
Writing offers me an escape from the wonderful chaos that is my life. Raising two small children takes a lot of energy and I often collapse in my office chair late at night and let my ideas flow. I often write from an outline, but just as often I simply sit at the computer and type until I run out of ideas. Then I go back to make sure it all makes sense and works. Often I find myself captivated by the story as I read because in my mad rush to type it all out I don’t really embrace the story in the way one does when reading. My husband often laughs at me when I am reading a book of my own while wiping away the stray tear or two. I feel it is a pretty good sign that it can touch me in that way and I hope my readers can feel the emotion that I try to inject into my stories.
I find that I enjoy my self-published status because it gives me the freedom to write what I want, how I want. I often choose characters who may not fit the norm of what most think of as a hero or heroine. I like my characters unique and I like their story to flow from me instead of what someone else’s guidelines.
I hope you enjoy my stories. I enjoy hearing from you. I do read emails and I try my best to reply if necessary. I would love to hear your ideas and all about the types of books you enjoy most.

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One Good Cowboy 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a good book. It was about a girl who grew up at her Uncle and Aunt's farm after her mother died, while her father was in Boston. He wanted her to come home but he didn't have the heart to make her leave the family she loved. Then when somithing happens she runs to Boston to her fathers'. No matter how far she runs she cann't stop loving the cowboy back at the ranch. Her father cann't figure out why she will not pick a man in Boston, no one seems to catch her fancy. Then the Aunt writes and says Uncle is ill and both daughter and father go to ranch and the truth comes out why she ran and it has some funny parts. real good book.