No more cowboys…
Or western knights-in-shining-armor…
Not even the Marlboro Man himself!
Being alone has taught Frannie O’Connell to be self-sufficient, but being Superwoman is harder than it looks. She’s pulling an all-night drive to reach her next rodeo. It’s past midnight on a lonely mountain road, and if she doesn’t catch a few winks, there’s a better than average chance she’ll run her rig into the river.
Her barrel racing dreams are interrupted when a stranger knocks on her truck’s window. He’s a cowboy by the looks of his black Stetson and tight Wranglers. But what’s the man doing out here? His deep blue eyes and sexy smile have her reaching for the door handle when her brain finally takes control.
Her mama taught her manners, and her daddy taught her to be tough. But, her brother and her ex pounded home the fact that not everyone is trustworthy.
His offer of aid is tempting. She knows being safe is better than sorry, but he’d helped her earlier at the rodeo.
Sometimes a cowgirl has to go with her gut.
You’ll love this contemporary rodeo romance, because love isn’t always blind.
Learn More About The Author
Stephanie Berget was born loving horses, a ranch kid trapped in a city girl’s body. It took her twelve years to convince her parents she needed a horse of her own. She developed a lifelong love of rodeo when she married her own, hot cowboy. She and the Bronc Rider traveled throughout the Northwest while she ran barrels and her cowboy rode bucking horses. She started writing to put a realistic view of rodeo and ranching into western romance. Stephanie and her husband live on a farm located along the Oregon/Idaho border. They raise hay, horses and cattle, with the help of Dizzy Dottie, the Border Collie and Cisco, barrel and team roping horse extraordinaire.