Sara Richardson grew up chasing adventure in Colorado’s rugged mountains. She’s climbed to the top of a 14,000-foot peak at midnight, swam through Class IV rapids, completed her wilderness first-aid certification, and spent seven days at a time tromping through the wilderness with a thirty-pound backpack strapped to her shoulders.
Dallas’ 15th novel is set in New Mexico, Colorado and Kansas. In the initial story. falls for Buddy, a handsome cowboy. Because true love’s path never runs smoothly, Nell eventually leaves in anger.
· Renegade Cowboy by Sara Richardson 3 of 5 stars This was a good, somewhat sweet romance to read this time of year. It was my first cowboy romance, and it didn’t disappoint, especially after reading and DNFing way too many books. I’m not sure cowboy romance is.
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He’s got a deeply personal beef with the Man in Black, who killed his father (Dennis Haysbert), and he’s a broken but unbowed cowboy knight, with a pistol forged from metal right out of Excalibur. You.
Richardson’s Rocky Mountain riders series (true-blue Cowboy) gains a worthy addition with the expertly characterized and emotionally satisfying story of a barrel racer determined to guard her
In the New York Times bestselling tradition of Jennifer Ryan, Maisey Yates, and B. J. Daniels comes the first book in Sara Richardson’s western contemporary romance series about bull-riding brothers. NEVER FALL IN LOVE WITH A COWBOY Jessa Mae Love is done with relationships. No matter how tempting he might be, she cannot-will not-fall for a man like Lance Cortez.
Title: True-Blue Cowboy by Sara Richardson Rocky Mountain riders series book Four Publisher: Forever Genre: Contemporary, Romance Length: 448 pages Book Rating: B. Complimentary R
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