1 broken down mare
2 baby lambs
3 lost teens
And a busted up bronc rider with more balls than brains. . .
They all add up to trouble in Casie Carmichael's book. She's come back to Hope Springs, South Dakota, with only one thing in mind--selling the family's tumble-down ranch and returning to Sioux Falls and her very practical fiancé. But leaving isn't as easy as she imagined, not when every bedraggled stray in the territory has a homing beam straight to her barn.
Suddenly, angry parents, hairless goats and a former flame's new heat aren't Casie's most pressing problems. Her own mixed-up heart is at the top of the list, and as she throws herself into making a safe haven for her motley crew, she realizes home is a lot closer than she thought.
"Lois Greiman delivers." –Christina Dodd
Praise for Lois Greiman
"Greiman's writing is warm, witty and gently wise." --Betina Krahn, New York Times bestselling author
"Lois Greiman is a natural storyteller." –Victoria Alexander
Lois Greiman was born on a cattle ranch in central North Dakota where she learned to ride with the best of them. After graduating from high school, she moved to Minnesota to train and show Arabian horses. She sold her first novel in 1992 and has published more than thirty titles since then. A two-time Rita finalist, she has won such prestigious honors as Romantic Times Storyteller Of The Year, MFW's Rising Star, and RT's Love and Laughter.
With more than two million books printed worldwide, Ms. Greiman currently lives in Minnesota, where she is actively involved in horse training and animal rescue.
This sounds a lot like the movie "Sweet Home Alabama" to me. Actually it's unbelievably similar.