“Chemistry so electric it flies off the page.”—RT Book Reviews 4 stars for Caught Up in a Cowboy
What will this cowboy risk for love?
Colt James is back home on the family ranch, and he’s done taking risks. A car accident ruined his shot at a professional hockey career and messed up his love life, and he’s not taking a chance on anything that seems too good to be true. Especially not on Chloe Bishop, his nephew’s irresistibly charming teacher and the one woman he can’t stop thinking about.
Chloe Bishop liked her life the way it was—orderly, structured and safe. Life goes from managed to messy when Colt talks her into helping him coach a hockey team of rowdy eight-year-olds. Being this close to the cowboy she’s crushing on is dangerous territory. But when a real enemy threatens Chloe, Colt will do anything to protect her. Even if it means risking himself—and his heart.
Cowboys of Creedence series:
Caught Up in a Cowboy (Book 1)
You Had Me at Cowboy (Book 2)
It Started With a Cowboy (Book 3)
Praise for Caught Up in a Cowboy:
“Funny, complicated, and irresistible. Sometimes a cowboy isn’t perfect but you got to love him anyway.” —JODI THOMAS, New York Times bestselling author
“Full of exquisite heat and passion…an enthralling combination of intense moments, playful banter and great depth of emotion.”—Harlequin Junkie
“An appealing story of love rediscovered...enjoy this tender tale.”—Publishers Weekly
This was a great story! Two people who really lacked confidence in themselves finding their way to each other with loads of misunderstandings and mishaps. This story was sweet, sexy, romantic and funny at times. I fell in love with Colt and Chloe’s story!
I received an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Oh how I wish these stories were true! Colt is a perfect gentleman that would do anything for anyone, but Chloe doesn’t know if he is just being nice or if he could actually like her. Of course this book has two “head-over-boot heals” characters who don’t know when to quit assuming they know what the other person is thinking and actually use their words to communicate with each other.
There are a few side stories that make the story especially interesting- I’d love to know more about what finally happened to Rank!