Pregnant at forty-two? Back the cow up...
Harland Bull Eaton has lost many things—his first wife, his beloved mother, those three women he proposed to... Oh, and there was that time he almost lost the family dairy farm due to a scandal. He’s losing faith in just about everything, especially love.
But one night, his friends give him a dare. No commitments. No heartbreak. Just buy that gorgeous redhead a drink. The big-city bombshell he’s set his eyes on swirls him into a tailspin that lands them in bed for a one-night stand he’s pretty sure he’ll never forget. But this time, he swears, he won’t let his heart ride herd on his common sense.
Recently separated and newly unemployed, Scarlett Russell is at a crossroads. With no other plan than visiting a friend in Vermont, the last thing she expects is a hunky, silver fox offering to buy her a drink. Even less expected is when she raises that offer to “take me to bed, cowboy.” She just wants one night to forget everything gone wrong.
Turns out once won’t be nearly enough. Won’t ever be enough, feeling the way she does. But secrets and an unexpected surprise are a lot to handle... unless these two can break a trail to an unexpected happily ever after.
Cowboy is the second book in the Busy Bean series in Sarina Bowen’s World of True North. Welcome to Vermont, where the women are fierce, the men are strong, and the coffee is fine. Beards are optional but encouraged.
I adored this one! Absolutely worth the read!
I absolutely adored this one! The chemistry between Bull and Scarlett is instant and electric and not without ups abs downs. Their banter and journey will keep you invested until the end. This one packs heat and some angst. Absolutely worth the read.
Love on the farm
One night with no strings. When it brings a surprise what will be in store for Bull and Scarlett.
Bull and Scarlett have a messy past and now an unexpected surprise will bring them together after their one night stand. Can they put the past behind them, concentrate on themselves and learn to let love in their hearts again.
This was an endearing romantic read. Bull and Scarlett may have went from 0 -60 real quick but yet there was a still a slow burn on the romance side. Bull and Scarlett are characters that you won't soon forget. Ms. Dunbar does a fantastic job of writing a realistic, messy, loving romance with some spice thrown in there.