TWO STORIES IN ONE: AN ALL-NEW SARA RICHARDSON NOVEL PLUS SAVED BY THE COWBOY BY A.J. PINE
"Filled with humor, heart, and love, this page-turner is one wild ride."--- Jennifer Ryan, New York Times bestselling author on Hometown Cowboy
Can this cowboy be tamed?
Everly Brooks is finally living her dream. Renting a farm in Topaz Falls, Colorado, is the perfect antidote to her high-stress life back in San Francisco. It's the ideal place to raise chickens, grow veggies, and run her farm-to-table restaurant. There's just one problem: her new landlord. Mateo Torres is a handsome-as-hell bronc rider who oozes charm, melts hearts-and plans to kick Everly off the farm . . .
Mateo has dreams, too. He'd bought that land as an investment, so he could take care of his mom and sisters, which means Everly has to go. Unfortunately for him, this former big-city girl is just as stubborn as the broncs he rides. When his trailer floods and forces him to move into Everly's farmhouse, things between them really start to heat up. Sure, living under the same roof might not be the best way to settle their dispute over the land. But when two rivals share everything-from heated words to scorching kisses-it's definitely the hottest.
More in the Rocky Mountain Riders series:Hometown CowboyComeback CowboyRenegade CowboyTrue-Blue CowboyRocky Mountain Cowboy (short story)
Richardson takes readers on an emotionally satisfying, sometimes wrenching journey in her fourth Rocky Mountain Riders contemporary western (after Renegade Cowboy). Plucky former lawyer Everly Brooks flees San Francisco after her ex-fianc gets her disbarred for something he did. She winds up in tiny Topaz Falls, Colo., running a farm and small caf and greatly preferring it to her former lifestyle, much to her parents' chagrin. Honorable and handsome bronc rider Mateo Torres has always been determined to financially support his struggling family back in Mexico. He buys the land on which Everly's farm is located, planning to raze it and put up luxury condos so his family will never want for anything. But after his temporary trailer home is flooded, he moves into Everly's farmhouse and into her heart. Readers will fall hard for multilayered Mateo and caring, empathetic Everly. This well-plotted and expertly characterized trip to small-town Colorado, which includes glimpses of happily-ever-afters from past books, is a sweet, refreshing summer treat.