With a bundle of letters in a boot box, Emily Cooper doesn't know what to expect when she arrives on Clarice Barton's Ravenna, Texas, ranch. Clarice is stunned to meet the great granddaughter of a man she hadn't heard from in decades and insists that Emily stay on the ranch to tell her all about him.
Greg Adams isn't thrilled with the idea of a strange, if beautiful, woman in his grandmother's company. But when this stubborn cowboy sets out to uncover her lies, he finds the truth staring him in the face: it's not an explanation he wants, it's just her.
Awww cuteness promised and delivered. She has not failed me so far.
Emily is a true rancher and loves everything about the life. She is a country girl to the bone. She just lost her grandfather and has delivered some old love letters to an old flame of his. In comes Greg, the old "girlfriend's" grandson. A hunky cowboy who loves his farm and who first mistrusts Emily. She does come out of nowhere, but she shows her worth, friendship blossoms, and then romance.
And no book is complete without two meddling old women, haha, yes I loved them. They also had some plans in motion and it was just hilarious.
The romance was sweet and these two sure fell for each other. No over done drama either, just two people falling in love.
Mass Market, 384 pages
Expected publication: February 4th 2014 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Cowboys & Brides #3