An Uptown Girl and A Cowboy (Saddle Creek, #2)

An Uptown Girl and A Cowboy (Saddle Creek, #2)

by Lorelei Confer
An Uptown Girl and A Cowboy (Saddle Creek, #2)

An Uptown Girl and A Cowboy (Saddle Creek, #2)

by Lorelei Confer



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Samantha "Sam" Williams, aspiring wildlife photographer from New York City, disheveled from a challenging travel day, stumbles into Rosie's Diner outside Jackson Hole, Wyoming and discovers the only available seat is next to a rugged, stone-faced cowboy, who greets her with a mesmerizing stare.

Elliott Bouchard, a world class outdoorsman trains therapy horses and devotes his life to teaching "city slickers" respect for the wilderness. After he meets Sam, he wants to protect her from the raw elements of the west but from someone who wants her dead.

When Sam's life is threatened due to murderous evidence she innocently possesses, will Elliott knowingly put himself in harm's way to save her?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940164315009
Publisher: Lorelei Confer
Publication date: 06/30/2020
Series: Saddle Creek
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 389 KB

About the Author

Lorelei lives on a peninsula on the gulf coast of Florida with her husband, Richard, and AJ, a longhaired Chihuahua who is her constant companion.

In the fourth grade, she wrote a story in the form of a play—something about getting a shot at the doctor—that actually was produced by the teacher for parents and students in an assembly. When she was older, she spilled her guts in a journal every night and wrote long newsy love letters to Viet Nam to her high school sweetheart, now her husband. 

In 2010, she had her first novel published, Deadly Deception, the first in the Deadly series regarding human sex trafficking. When she is not working on upcoming novels, she spends time with her two grown sons and their families, one of which lives in North Carolina with her granddaughter and two grandsons so she visits there often. She loves suspense novels, travel, and the great outdoors.

Mentoring children years ago, began her phase of helping others, mostly children in third and fourth grade, teaching the importance of using the correct words for a an essay, and watching their eyes light up when they figured it out. 

Since then, she has mentored aspiring authors to set goals, write at least 100 words every day to increase their word count, complete scenes, chapters and generally, meet their objectives, as well as, finish the book.

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