A good old-fashioned cowboy romance! Kennedy has the genre down pat with romance, intrigue, danger and some truly laugh-out-loud moments. The villain and corresponding mystery are a little silly and a bit predictable. However, it’s all in the name of good fun. This is a book that just makes you feel good.
Miss Rodeo Wyoming, Jody Bryce, keeps her promises. When she promises her little town that she’ll come back and make Purvis a better place she means it. Now she’s back and intent on opening a horse therapy clinic to help patients with disabilities. If only Teague Tredwell would believe that she keeps her promises. Her childhood sweetheart sure has changed. Is he the same bad-boy, sexy charmer she used to know, or have they grown too far apart?
Teague has spent the past few years becoming someone better, someone worthy of Jody Bryce. Now she’s back and he just doesn’t know what to do. Can he convince her that he’s changed, that he’s worthy of her love? Or will she believe what the townspeople still say about him? (SOURCEBOOKS, Apr., 416 pp., $6.99)