Suited to be a Cowboy

Suited to be a Cowboy Inheriting a ranch on the heels of her husband walking out has Melissa Dehavilland struggling to learn the ropes James McGovern raised in foster care has saved all his life toward a dream that of ow

Inheriting a ranch on the heels of her husband walking out has Melissa Dehavilland struggling to learn the ropes James McGovern, raised in foster care, has saved all his life toward a dream that of owning a ranch Such diverse backgrounds don t always converge in harmony, especially when their first meeting turned sour, but working together means saving her ranch and restInheriting a ranch on the heels of her husband walking out has Melissa Dehavilland struggling to learn the ropes James McGovern, raised in foster care, has saved all his life toward a dream that of owning a ranch Such diverse backgrounds don t always converge in harmony, especially when their first meeting turned sour, but working together means saving her ranch and restoring his dream Respect is hard earned and trust non existent as they fight their attraction to each other Melissa s ex shows up, wanting a cut and causing trouble The difficulties bind them closer together as they strive to guarantee a future together.

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Suited to be a Cowboy

  1. Lorraine Nelson lives in rural New Brunswick, on the east coast of Canada Always a bookworm, she s read many novels of romance and mystery over the years, finally deciding to put her pen to work at writing one To write romantic suspense is my dream job, although my mom says I was born with an avid imagination and pencil in hand, crafting stories from an early age I am mother to three wonderful boys, grandmother to four fantastic grandsons and two beautiful granddaughters I live alone with an independent yet affectionate tomcat Now my children have grown and have lives of their own, I have time to indulge my passion for writing When not at the computer, you can find me spending time with family, gardening, baking and, of course, reading.This is me This is who I am and I m loving it

373 Reply to “Suited to be a Cowboy”

  1. free book for honest review juliesbookreview Jimmy has been on his own for a very long time He is works for a big firm A successful businessman is the last thing he truly wants to do He hates living in the city and longs for the country life He has been saving up for a ranch of is own Going to work one day he sees a train that has derailed and horses are running everywhere There is a woman trying but having a hard time corralling them He goes and helps the woman Rounding up the horses he realize [...]


  2. Once again Lorraine Nelson brings incredible grit and realism to a fiction story I ve read so many of her books and I never tire of the way she is able to weave each tale with such phenomenal flow and imagery Hooked from the first word of another gripping page turner Each of her books unfold like a movie as I read them and I never want them to end.I m not one to give details for the books I readjust trust me This is a must add to your TBR.


  3. Melissa seems to have bad luck following her Mainly her ex husband keeps causing problems James and Melissa meet when he tries to help her with her horses James applies for a job not realizing it is to work with Melissa Melissa s nine year old son inadvertently sends James a message and apologizes once Melissa realized what he has done Melissa hires James to work for her and they both realize that they care for each other than an employer employee should This was a fast moving book.


  4. Goodthe woman who became a rancher after her grandfather s death and she needed help from all the staffe needed an accountant



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