Cat Crandall starts a new career teaching watercolor painting at a rundown Wyoming dude ranch, which the owner’s handsome son, former rodeo cowboy Boyd Mack, desperately wants to succeed, even if it means putting up with people like her.
Bestselling author Joanne Kennedy brings passion, humor, and heat to small town Wyoming cowboys:
This rough and rugged cowboy is giving her some new inspiration…
Mack might be able to ride a wild stallion to a standstill, but when his mom asks him to help manage the family ranch, he can’t say no. It’s strange to be back home, but he’s much more familiar with this down-home life than his new guest is. Cat Crandall gave up her advertising job in New York to follow her love for art.
Cat and Mack are complete opposites…but when the ranch is threatened financially, can they set aside their differences and work together?