Learnin' The Ropes

Learnin' The Ropes

by Shanna Hatfield


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All he wanted was a job . . .

He didn't plan on a beautiful boss, a crazy dog, or a ranch in the middle of nowhere

In a moment of desperation, homeless and unemployed auto mechanic Ty Lewis responds to a classified ad for a job in Harney County, Oregon. Offered the position on a remote ranch, he bids goodbye to his life in Portland and heads to the tiny community of Riley to jump into a new adventure. He encounters a behemoth dog that rules the ranch, a crusty old cowboy full of legendary wisdom, and a beautiful woman who can't possibly be his new employer.

After the untimely death of her father, Lexi Ryan leaves behind a successful career in the city to return home to the Rockin' R Ranch. As the new owner of the ranch, it doesn't take long for Lexi to discover her father did many odd things during the last few months of his life, like hiding half a million dollars somewhere on the place.

Ty and Lexi are both in for a few surprises as he begins learning the ropes of country life in this sweet romance brimming with laughter and love.

BONUS: Enjoy a preview of the new Summer Creek series, also set in Harney County.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781477643570
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/27/2012
Series: Summer Creek
Pages: 370
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.77(d)

About the Author

Shanna Hatfield is a hopeless romantic with a bit of sarcasm thrown in for good measure.
In addition to blogging, eating too much chocolate and being smitten with her husband (Captain Cavedweller), Shanna Hatfield writes clean romantic fiction with a healthy dose of humor.
She also dabbles in cooking, baking, and home entertaining.

Read an Excerpt

“I thought you said you're starving,” Lexi whispered, not quite sure what Ty was thinking.

“I am,” Ty said, his voice dropping in pitch as he held her tightly to his chest. “Starving for you. Famished for your kisses. Hungry for your arms around me. Dying to taste every little bit of you.”

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