Roping the Cowboy is set in the world of the Bishop Brothers, and was originally published on the Read Me Romance podcast. Includes bonus chapters & epilogue!
An unforgettable one-night stand filled with heat and passion starts the unraveling of a love-hate feud between a small-town baker and an arrogant cowboy.
When Katarina shows up at the Circle B Ranch Bed & Breakfast to serve her new gluten-free, sugar-free, organic pastries, Braxton decides to make her life hell for kicking him out the next morning and then pretending he never existed.
First step, make fun of her tasteless muffins.
Second step, get revenge.
Soon the duo are at each other’s throats, getting even until things go too far and the chemistry burns too hot.
Kat claims their night together meant nothing.
He’s determined to prove her wrong.
“I’m falling hard and fast; she’s addicting.”
Can one passionate night ever be enough for a hard working cowboy who can’t stop thinking about the sexy and feisty baker who stole his heart? Kat and Braxton were like oil and water when it came to how they felt about each other. He was upset as to how they left things the morning after their memorable night, and Kat had put Braxton and his sexiness at the back of her mind. She kept busy at her bakery and hated when she would run into Braxton at the Circle B Ranch. He was always so rude to her and she tried to avoid him at all costs. Braxton often skipped having breakfast at the ranch so he didn’t have to relive their night together. Their connection was so strong and he really thought she felt the same way about him. There must be some way to reach through to her in order to bring her back to him where she belonged. I love the Bishop Brothers series and I had been looking forward to Kat and Braxton’s story for a long time. They started out steamy, cooled off a bit, but as their relationship progressed, the intense feelings they had for each couldn’t be denied.
This was quick & fun read. I literally finished it in 2 hours. This was an enemies to lovers story, pretty straightforward no big plot or drama but still makes room for steamy bits. If that’s what you’re looking for then dig in.
Short and sweet