How to Handle a Cowboy
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Named one of Booklist's "Best Romances of the Decade"
Love in Wynott, Wyoming, looks like a headstrong cowboy, an independent woman, and the rowdy bunch of foster children they'd do anything to protect.
After a serious injury ends his career, rodeo cowboy Ridge Cooper needs something new to look forward to. Trapped at his family's Wyoming ranch and desperate to find a new outlet, Ridge offers to teach rodeo skills to the kids at Phoenix House, a local group home for foster children. When he meets Sierra Dunn, an inner-city social worker who's been assigned to the remote ranch for blowing the whistle on her boss, Ridge knows the two of them can give the kids at Phoenix House a bright future. From their very first lesson, it's obvious Ridge has a special kinship with the boys, and when Sierra discovers that he's aimed his grit and determination toward creating a foster family of his own, Sierra will have to decide if she's ready to make Wynott, Wyoming, her permanent home.
"Realistic and romantic... Kennedy's forte is in making relationships genuine and heartfelt as she exposes vulnerabilities with tenderness and good humor." —Booklist Starred Review
- Mass Paperback
- Size: 4.75 in x 7 in
- Pages: 496
- Case Count: 36