Can An Old-Fashioned Cowboy…
The minute Raven York sets foot in Brody's Crossing, Texas, she knows there's been a mistake. Expecting to find a heritage garden to restore, she lands instead on the doorstep of the town's hottest cowboy, who's fighting to save his family's cattle ranch from bankruptcy.
Find Happiness With A Vegetarian?
Troy Crawford has requested the help of a seasoned rancher to turn the Rocking C around. What he gets is a farmer from
New Hampshire, a strict vegetarian who adopts stray dogs and tries to send his calves off to a petting zoo.
Raven and Troy may not see eye to eye about how to run a ranch, but the sparks flying between them are mutual. Can a Yankee like Raven be with a dyed-in-the-wool Texan in a forever kind of way? Or is she destined to be a Texan only temporarily?
|Series:||Brody's Crossing , #1|
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The Society for the Preservation of Heritage Gardens sends New Hampshire resident Raven York to save a place in Brody's Crossing, Texas at the request of the owner¿s brother. However, the New England Yankee is stunned when instead of finding a garden to help the locals preserve she finds a run down cattle ranch.------------------ To save his family¿s spread Rocking C from bankruptcy Troy Crawford requested the help of an experienced rancher. What he gets is a garden expert from Yankee country (or to be precise Red Sox nation). Worse in his mind than her being north of New York City is she is also a vegetarian in Texas that means a fish out of water. Two opposites in every sense of the word, yet Raven and Troy are falling in love.------------------ This amusing contemporary romance stars two likable opposite attract protagonists. The lead couple is a fun duet as their capers will keep readers laughing as she wants to save the calves and he wants to fatten them for sale. Fans will enjoy the battle between the Texas rancher and the New England Yankee who disagree on everything except love.----------------- Harriet Klausner