The Queue: Cowboys

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This is a list of several cowboy novels that we have not read, but interest us enough to be added to our ever-growing queue. Who doesn’t love a cowboy? Have you read any of these novels? If so, would you recommend them?
Cora’s Pride (Wilderness Brides, #1) by: Peggy L. Henderson
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Cora Miller is fiercely independent and stubborn to a fault. Betrayed more than once by men she thought she could trust, she’s learned to rely only on herself. As the oldest of four siblings, she feels responsible for leading her family safely on the Oregon Trail for a new start.

Nathaniel Wilder is no stranger to the hardships and dangers of the wilderness. Raised with his brothers by a trapper in the remote mountains, he left behind the mistakes he’s made in the past. He’s been called reckless and irresponsible, but won’t hesitate to help someone in need.

A foolhardy mishap puts Nathaniel in the direct path of a stubborn, yet beautiful woman with fire in her eyes. Despite her refusal of help, he is determined to prove she can depend on him. When her pride puts her and her family in peril, Cora accepts that she can’t do it on her own. If misgivings can turn to trust, or even love, both Cora and Nathaniel could come out stronger in the end.

***Content Warning: This book contains mild language, mild violence, kissing, and physical initmacy with minimal description.

Hell on Heels (Hotel Rodeo, #1) by: Victoria Vane
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Some Odds are Meant to be Played…

PLACE YOUR BET

The Hotel Rodeo in Las Vegas has seen better days, but managing partner Ty Morgan has come up with a way to return it to its former glory. His plan looks promising until the unthinkable happens. Suddenly Ty is working for the boss’s daughter. And Miss Monica Brandt, hot as she may be, doesn’t share his vision…

ROLL THE DICE

She left a fabulous career and a frustrated fiancé in New York to move to Vegas and save her father’s investment. But now Monica is locking horns with a sexy cowboy-turned-businessman. What does Ty think he can do that she can’t? All Monica knows is that she doesn’t dare trust him—or is it herself she doesn’t trust…

AND WIN

The battle lines are drawn. The stakes are high. And the attraction can’t be denied—especially the more closely Ty and Monica have to work together. Some odds are just meant to be played, and with chemistry this electric, it may be time to grab life by the horns…

Midnight Cowboys (Midnight Cowboys, #1) by: Cat Johnson
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One bucking bronco…

Oklahoma ranch hand Tyler Jenkins is too young, too sexy, and too damn wild to be tied down by any single woman—for more than a few steamy hours…

One hard-working widow…

Widowed rancher Janie Smithwick is too busy paying off her debts to play rodeo with a reckless young cowboy like Tyler—no matter how hot he gets her…

One midnight ride they’ll never forget…

As a rule, Janie should be dating a man her own age, like her handsome neighbor Rohn—not the twenty-four-year old ranch hand he employs. But once Tyler gets Janie alone—held tight in his arms, pressed against his hard muscled body, burning with desire—the widow realizes that some rules, like broncos, are meant to be broken…

A Real Cowboy (Cowboys of Holiday Ranch, #1) by: Carla Cassidy
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“I ride alone,” cowboy Lucas Taylor warns New Yorker Nicolette Kendall. But when she and her son, Sammy, settle into Holiday Ranch, things are about to change for the sexy straight-shooting loner. After a frightening kidnapping attempt, Lucas becomes six-year-old Sammy’s beloved bodyguard…while trying—in vain—to resist white-hot sparks between him and the boy’s gorgeous city-slicker mom.

Nicolette can’t deny the attraction either. But she’s been heartbroken once too often and won’t hitch her star to a cowboy interested only in a fling. Until there’s a real danger to her own life…and heart! Then will she trade her high heels for cowboy boots?

Have you read any of these novels?

 

Updated: 7/13/16

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