Trouble lives next door… and he's too darn cute for her own good.
After a stint in the military, Pamela Miller is content with her IT job and her quiet calm life, until she inherits a ranch in Harland County, Texas, along with all the livestock and surprises that come with it—including a mischievous goat with a penchant for swallowing the most embarrassing things. Unsure whether to sell or stay, she decides to "live in Aunt Nellie's boots" for a while, and that decision has nothing to do with her encounters with the super-hot veterinarian who owns the ranch next door.
Animals were Dr. Sawyer Kirkland's salvation during his troubled teens and their care and welfare is now his number one priority. He's too busy, too committed to his work to worry about love and marriage. Been there. Done that. No thanks. He has a dog for companionship and doesn't need a woman, but each time his sexy new neighbor walks into his clinic with an animal in need, he feels the wall he built around his heart start to crack.
As Sawyer and Pam deal with X-rays, alpacas, twin kitten terrors, and a mischievous goat, realizing killer chemistry isn't the only thing they have in common has Sawyer rethinking his priorities.
~HARLAND COUNTY SERIES~
Book 1: Cole – HER FATED COWBOY
Book 2: Conner—HER UNBRIDLED COWBOY
Book 3: Kade—HER UNIFORM COWBOY
Book 4: Kevin—HER FOREVER COWBOY
Book 5: Jace—HER HEALING COWBOY
Book .05: Jen & Brock—HARLAND COUNTY CHRISTMAS (prequel novella)
Book 6: Tanner—HER VOLUNTEER COWBOY (novella)
Book 7: Jesse—HER INDULGENT COWBOY
Book 8: Logan—HER HELL YEAH COWBOY
Book 9: Keiffer—HER TROUBLED COWBOY (Citizen Soldier Crossover)
Book 10: Lincoln—HER HELL NO COWBOY
Book 11: Sawyer—HER DOGGONE COWBOY
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have read every book in the Harland County series and have loved each and every one. Her Doggone Cowboy is a great addition to the series and is the story of the town vet, Dr. Sawyer Kirkland and Pam Miller who has inherited her Aunt Nellie's ranch in Harland County, along with all of her animals. This is a quick and easy read with a handsome vet who loves his job and has no time for romance until sweet, kindhearted Pam walks into his office. I highly recommend this book and this series, it is just fantastic. Romance, passion, fun, friends and just enough angst to keep it interesting. I guarantee the animals in this one will make you laugh, and at the same time touch your heart. Nelson is the best!! The author is going to release one more book in this series, called "Harland County Series Epilogue" and then comes the new spinoff series "Harland County Heroes" and I cannot wait!! Five dimpled stars for this one, love Harland County!!
Oh my goodness!!! What a Doggone cute story! Sometimes I need a simple, sweet story. I need to read something that isn't oversexed because that just seems to be the thing to do nowadays. This story hit the spot right in my heart. It gave me hope that although a person's heart has been crushed that the right person can re-inflate it. Pam was living in Harland County to regroup after a trying to make a relationship work for five years. Didn't anyone tell her you shouldn't have to try? She had inherited her aunt's home and all the animals that she loved. Those animals brought her into close contact with her neighbor, Sawyer, the area vet. Sawyer is a little, okay a lot, gun shy after being cheated on by his wife. His reward for fidelity--he almost lost everything. Needless to say he isn't the most trusting male in Harland County. Speaking of which have you read the rest of the books? Oh my great romances, wonderful journeys of self-discovery. I highly recommend them. They are a match made for Harland County, a country that frequently suffers from the "dick for brains" syndrome. Sawyer jumped to a conclusion. He reacted badly. He almost lost everything. Thankfully there are those that had been there, done that, and bought him a t-shirt. This is definitely the book I needed today. And now I want to read the series all over again. Why don't you check them out?
"Her Doggone Cowboy" (Harland County Series Book 11) by Donna Michaels is a fantastic read. I loved Sawyer and Pam's story. Nelson is a trip! This is a wonderful addition to the Harland County Series, packed with romance, passion, hot cowboys, entertaining characters and animals, close friends and families, humor, and more. I loved catching up with everyone in Harland County. I can't wait to read Mac's story in the new spin-off series. Highly recommend to all fans of romance, hot cowboys, family, and series.
Whether you have read the entire series, or like me, this is the first book you read, I promise you that you’ll enjoy this story. Pamela/Pam Miller has inherited her aunt’s dilapidated ranch and her pets. So she leaves her IT job and Dallas, move to Harland in order to take care of both. Her crazy and sweet animals seem to always be getting into mischief and she ends up going frequently to the veterinarian, Sawyer Kirkland. He is also her neighbor and though sparks seem to radiate from both whenever they are together, Pam and Sawyer have been burned by love and neither wants to get involved. But destiny has something else in store for them. This is a sweet, entertaining story with interesting characters. It’s a story about trust, family, taking chances and maybe finding true love if you take the risk. Will they take that risk or will distrust and fear hold them up? I voluntarily read this copy. The opinions expressed are solely my own.