You Can Take the Cowboy off the Ranch…
by Karen Green
You can take the cowboy out of the Wild West, but you can’t take the Wild West out of the cowboy. No matter where you may find him, the rugged sexiness that comes with knowing how to wrangle a steer, ride a horse and work a ranch (or a woman) is not easily shed.
But when you take a fish out of water—or a cowboy off a ranch—the sparks are sure to fly as he finds his way against the backdrop of an unexpected landscape.
And by the way, since we are taking the cowboy out of the Wild West, we don’t blame you if your first response is a hearty, “Take me with you.”
A Cowboy in Paradise by Shana Gray
Lost luggage, rustic lodgings…Jimi Calloway is in Hawaii for her friend’s destination wedding, but so far, the island has proven to be anything but paradise. Can her sexy cowboy guide, Dallas Wilde, change her mind about Hawaii, ranching—and what cowboys are really like?
Her Sexy Vegas Cowboy by Ali Olson
Texas cowboy Aaron Weathers is in Vegas for a rodeo show, but that doesn’t mean he can’t have a good time on the Strip. Jessica Gainey is only there for a bachelorette party and nothing else—this is definitely not her scene. But she can’t stop thinking about the wickedly hot cowboy she met, and you know what they say about what happens in Vegas…
Big City Cowboy (American Romance’s Men of the West) by Julie Benson
When rancher Rory McAlister leaves Colorado to work as a model in New York City, he plans on staying only long enough to earn the money he needs—that is, until he begins to fall for ad exec Elizabeth. But he can’t possibly stay in New York, can he? Elizabeth can’t get enough of the sexy cowboy she’s working with, but as much as she’d like to picture herself with Rory, she definitely can’t picture herself on a ranch.
Anywhere with You (Made in Montana) by Debbi Rawlins
Stuntman Ben Wolf is back in the Blackfoot Hills for a wedding, but he’s not staying. He’s been gone for fifteen years and he plans on making this visit home a short one. But when Deputy Grace Hendrix pulls him over for speeding, Ben is tempted to indulge in whatever bad behavior he must in order to see the sexy deputy again. Will he stick around longer than he planned?
Open Invitation (The Man Handlers) by Karen Kendall
Two weeks. That’s how long etiquette coach Lilia London has to tame the twang out of cowboy Dan Granger before his sister’s posh wedding in England. Dan travels to Lilia in Connecticut for his lessons, but it doesn’t take long for Lilia to see that she has her work cut out for her in two ways—one is polishing up her pupil, but the second is keeping her hands off the sexy cowboy as she does so. And she’s not sure which part will be the most difficult.
Anyplace in particular you’d like to go with a cowboy in tow? Let us know in the comments!