Bull riding is all Gavin’s known for years, but when it’s time to retire, he can’t let go of the reckless lifestyle. He finds a job that brings him to a small-town Texas ranch and face-to-face with the woman who snuck out after their one-night stand.
She can pretend she’s over him, but he’s not letting her go that easily.
Maize Bishop spends her days cooking and baking for her family’s bed and breakfast. The last thing she has time for is a relationship, especially when there are no single men within a hundred-mile radius. When a mysterious newcomer flirts with her over drinks, she gives in to his mesmerizing green eyes and goes home with him.
Now that he works for her family’s ranch, she’ll avoid him at all costs.
There are only so many places to hide, and keeping her distance is easier said than done. After months of giving her space, Gavin’s tired of waiting for Maize to admit what he knows they both want—a second round between the sheets. It may only take eight seconds to win a championship, but he’ll prove to her that he can go all night long.
She’s too young, he’s too arrogant, and together, they’re electric—the perfect recipe for disaster.
**Wrangling the Cowboy is a complete standalone and can be read without reading any of the other books or series, but if you prefer to read in order, start with Hitching the Cowboy as the characters and families do interconnect.**
This was an entertaining read that had me invested from the first to the last chapter. I really liked Gavin and Maize, in fact I like the whole Bishop family . Gavin has led a hard life as a Bull rider and now faced with retirement he takes a job o the Circle B Ranch.
Fate works in mysterious ways and he is shocked but not unhappy to meet up with Maize again, after all she left him after a night of passion. Gavin is determined to show Maize that they could be good together, even though she is equally determined to avoid him.
I really liked these two together, the push and pull of their relationship made for interesting reading. The chemistry between them is intense, the banter at times witty and the secondary characters were as entertaining as the main. I am looking forward to reading more about this family.
I liked it
Didn’t really like Maize’s immaturity, but later realised it was essential to the plot and helped readers to understand the age gap.
Really cute story, enjoyed.
I was definitely wrangled!
The excitement about stepping back into the Circle B ranch was real! I have loved getting to know the next generation, and I truely thought nothing could outdo my love for Catching the Cowboy.... and yet I was wrangled!
Kennedy Fox are the Queens of writing sweet, angsty and down write wonderful romance. They always pull me into these wonderful worlds full of love and family. Wrangling the Cowboy was absolutely no exception.
It was a sweet and raunchy (loved that!) age gap romance, with just enough slow burn. I was hooked on Gavin and Mazie from the start, and loved getting a look into the continuing world that is ‘The Bishop’ families. If you like sassy and eccentric heroines and arrogant, yet sweet heroes then this book is for you. Also this book is really for anyone who loves romance, it was a swoon worthy unputdownable book, and I honestly couldn’t have loved it more!