When Kalli Bonotelli inherits a ranch in Wyoming, she immediately leaves Boston for the west and a new life. She spent summers in Wyoming as a teenager and always dreamed of running the ranch. However, she hasn't a clue how to start. When neighbor Trace Longford offers to buy her out, she turns the offer into a chance to learn what she can about operating a profitable cattle ranch. Only Trace doesn't believe she can stay the course--or learn enough to run the place. Despite their differences, one thing they have in common--an unexpected intense attraction to each other.
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USA Today Bestselling, award winning author Barbara McMahon has written more than 80 novels which have sold more than 16 million copies world wide in more than fifty countries in twenty-eight languages.Known for her heartwarming, emotional stories, she excels in capturing those feelings when first falling in love. Her favorite heroes have always been cowboys. Her motto is:Mamas do let your babies grow up to be cowboys!Review:
"Cowboy's Bride is an enjoyable modern day western romp that explores exactly what happens when an irresistible forces meets an unmovable object. A delightful comedy." Affaire de Coeur
"Five Stars. ...excellent story with an easy, flowing style..keeps the readers routing for Kalli until the very end of this very satisfying story." Booklovers Newsletter
"Dimensional characters make Cowboy's Bride a tender, compelling love story. This is a great story that leaves you wanting more!" Rendezvous Magazine
"Barbara McMahon turns the heat up on a favorite classic theme and really makes it sizzle for romance connoisseurs." Romantic Times
"A thoroughly enjoyable and humorous story. Barbara McMahon endears herself to her readers as she proves once again that there is no stronger bond than that of a man and woman in love." Romantic Readers Association Newsletter
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Book Description Silhouette, 2-10, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Silhouette Desire; 6.80 X 4.20 X 0.50 inches; 192 pages; Fast shipping. Bookseller Inventory # 27842
Book Description Silhouette, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Silhouette Desire #977.. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0373059779