Sarah Carter, who goes by the pen name, Mims Murphy, meets Sage Tanner at Imaginings Publishing while he's posing for the cover of her soon-to-be-released romance novel. After being bulldozed into a coffee break with him by her publisher, an embarrassing incident makes Sarah furious, and she walks out. Of course, fate has a wonderful way of intervening in matters of the heart. Deciding she needs to write from experience, she signs up for "dude" lessons at Lazy M Dude Ranch. Imagine her chagrin when she discovers the owner of the ranch is none other than Mr. Tanner himself!
Sage Tanner works as a high fashion model to keep his ranch in the black. While posing for the cover of a romance novel, he meets the author, but ends up ticking her off, which ticks him off. How can a romance writer be such a prudish, stick-in-the-mud? A few weeks later when she shows up at his dude ranch, his anger vanishes and he's determined to change her mind about leaving.
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This was a great story! The only complaint is that i felt it was rushed at the end. You spent most of the book with Sarah’s thoughts and insecurity dilemmas and then at the end you had Sage storming in but there was no more from what was happening in Sarah’s thoughts. You wanted to know how she felt in that moment. It was just wham bam lets jump to the future now. Kind of left the reader feeling “well dang..”
This is a cute novel, but I prefer more western activities than just hearing about the cows getting loose. It's a dude ranch so I guess I need to hunt the wagon train series
Sonja Stover Bracey
I felt every tear Sarah shed. But I felt her happiness to. What a sweet and romantic story. I wish real life was like the book. We would have really happy life's. Keep reading whoever buys this buys this series just gets better. I have read all four times....