She thought she had it all... until she found him
A modeling contract with Wrangler got this Miss Rodeo Wyoming a first-class ticket out of town, but somewhere along the way Jodi Brand lost her soul. When she returns to her hometown after six years back East, her childhood friend’s rugged cowboy charm hits her like a ton of bricks…
Teague Treadwell is convinced Jodi’s success lifted her out of his reach, but he’s spent the past six years working to shed his bad boy image. Now that Jodi is back in town, he’s determined to prove himself worthy of the girl next door...but whoever heard of a beauty queen settling for a down and dirty cowboy?
Praise for Cowboy Fever:
“A delightful read full of heart and passion.” —Jodi Thomas, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Somewhere Along the Way
“HOT, HOT, HOT…with more twists and turns than a buckin’ bull at a world-class rodeo, lots of sizzlin’ sex, and characters so real, you’ll swear they live down the road!” —Carolyn Brown, bestselling author of Love Drunk Cowboy
“Joanne Kennedy has an uncanny way to bring characters to life with clever dialog, fun situations, and sexy cowboys all wrapped in one great story. Absolutely perfect!” —Fresh Fiction
Kennedy (Cowboy Summer) brings sizzling romance to small-town Wyoming as a rodeo queen returns to her hometown. Jodi Brand comes back to Purvis, Wyo., after college to start a therapy riding clinic. One of the first people she sees in town is Teague Treadwell, a childhood friend who became the town bad boy and left Jodi brokenhearted when he slept with her and then rejected her right before she left for college. Now a successful cowboy, Teague has set aside his rebel ways to raise broncs and care for his brother Troy, who has Down syndrome. Though Jodi's heart is still raw, she needs Teague's help in finding horses to use in her riding clinic and reluctantly accepts his assistance. The pair soon succumb to their mutual desire, but she refuses to date him because of a promise she made to her mother not to get involved with him. The romantic angst as they navigate their budding relationship is balanced by humorous small-town gossip. This fast-paced cowboy romance is perfect for readers who like sensual westerns.
Just too much. Just skipped through the book. Could read few sentences on a page to get what was happening.