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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Why I Love the West with Joanne Kennedy of How to Wrangle a Cowboy! (#Giveaway)




One of the reasons I love the West by Joanne Kennedy:

The horses. 

Wyoming is the land of the working cow horse, and that means we’re the quarter horse capital of the West. Ranch horses are smart and sturdy, with stable temperaments that aren’t affected by the scrape of a prickly cactus or the rumble of a sudden storm. They’ll even stand firm before the horns of a charging bull. Cow horses are trained to be “bomb-proof,” and courage is  a quality cowboys value far more than grace or beauty.


24937912How to Wrangle a Cowboy 
(Cowboys of Decker Ranch #3)
by Joanne Kennedy 
Mass Market Paperback, 384 pages
Published February 2nd 2016 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
ISBN 1402283725
Lindsey Ward is shocked when her grandfather leaves his ranch to her, complete with a ranch foreman who's difficult and annoyingly attractive. Lindsey thinks she has no choice but to sell the ranch, but Shane Lockhart is determined to change her mind…

Shane is determined that working and living at the Ward ranch is the only way to raise his young son properly. In order to stay at the ranch he calls home, Shane will have to warm the heart of the most stubborn, appealing woman he's ever met - opening up his own heart in the process.


About Joanne Kennedy:
Joanne Kennedy is the RITA-nominated author of ten contemporary Western romance novels, including Cowboy Trouble, Tall, Dark and Cowboy, and the Cowboys of Decker Ranch series, which began with How to Handle a Cowboy, one of Booklist’s “Best Romances of the Decade.” Joanne lives in a secret mountain hideout on the Wyoming/Colorado border with two dogs, a cat named Earl, and a husband who is an airline pilot, military officer, and volunteer fireman. When not loving a man in uniform, she occupies her obsessive personality with cowboys, quarter horses, hiking in the mountains, and squirrels.





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1 comment:

Carol L. said...

I haven't started this series yet. Sound like a good one. Thanks for this chance.
Carol L
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