After surviving a messy divorce and custody battle, Dr. Connor Wallen quickly became married to his job. Helping animals is the perfect distraction from his crazy ex, but he finds it difficult to concentrate when an attractive woman joins his veterinary clinic. Getting involved with someone who works for him would only lead to disaster, so staying professional is key.
He tries to ignore her, but their chemistry is undeniable.
Elizabeth Bishop can’t stand her boss or how he treats her, but there aren’t many job options in small-town Texas. No matter what she does, it’s never good enough for Connor, but she continues trying to impress him anyway.
She’ll never admit she’s attracted to him and denies it every chance she gets.
Avoiding him is impossible, but Elle keeps her distance whenever possible. After his walls start to crumble, she knows her feelings aren’t one-sided. She’s tired of playing his games and is ready to prove who’s really in control.
Although he pushes her away, she’s determined to pull him closer—showing him exactly what they’ve both been missing.
**Bossing the Cowboy is a complete stand-alone and can be read without reading any of the other books or spin-off series, but if you prefer to read in order, start with Hitching the Cowboy as the characters and families do interconnect.**
You Will Love It!
This is such a story...I mean, a real and true feel of the relationship built by two people you know. The pace, patience and understanding of what needs to happen, when it needs to happens, and what is at stake if things are not handled carefully and thoughtfully. The dynamics of parenting, co-parenting, being a single parent, and putting your child first is detailed beautifully in the story. Shear considerations about how to work and lead and behave so that the end results are favorable for all involved is the key to this story & relationship between Connor & Elizabeth. Be ready for the beginning of their “coupling”....it is all about the details. Just a great book...wonderful array of all your emotions. Well written.
I need more
I need more of a plot. The story lines for these books are so boring.
Bossing the Cowboy
I enjoyed the realistic depiction of the stress people often live with and how it affects their interactions with others. I appreciated the display of professionalism between the main characters even though their attraction for one another added another level of tension.
The story line kept me glued to this book.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes romantic conflict resolved in a unique manner.