Raised in a family of rodeo champions on a South Texas cattle ranch, Charlie wants only one thing: to avoid thrill-seeking cowboys.
Davis Murphy, cowboy wannabe and one of Dallas’s most eligible bachelors, needs a pretty and witty faux fiancée so his widowed mother will marry her longtime gentleman friend.
Charlie, his local librarian, seems the prefect choice.
Charlie’s first reaction is to run, but she’s promised herself to step out of her plain-jane routine.
When Charlie accepts, Davis’s plan is set. But now Charlie’s sweet ways are challenging his bachelor heart.
I loved this book. It cracked me up. I love cowboys, and even though Davis isn’t really a cowboy yet, Charlie’s brothers, more than make up for it. I can’t wait to read their stories.
Charlie has been raised on a ranch and wants nothing to do with cowboys. They are the forbidden fruit. Davis is in no way ready to settle down. After figuring out that his mother won’t marry the man she’s in love with until he settles down, he propositions Charlie, whom he only knows through the library.
This book was fun, but definitely had its serious moments. I can’t wait to read more from this author and this series.