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He may not be perfect…
But he’s perfect for her!
Ryan DeMere is definitely enjoying the perks of being Sweetheart Ranch’s new wrangler—the best is working with head chef Bridget O’Malley. He’s fallen head over spurs for the talented and determined beauty. There’s just one hiccup. Bridget is holding out for Mr. Right—and Ryan doesn’t quite meet her requirements. But he’s determined to win Bridget over, because Ryan may not be perfect…but maybe their love could be.
Other Books in the Series
At a magical time of year…
Can a cowboy help falling in love?
For single dad Owen Caufield, living and working at Sweetheart Ranch for a month is the perfect change of pace. While the cowboy turned wedding officiant can now spend more time with his children, Molly O’Malley, his new boss, is less thrilled. A wedding ranch isn’t the best place for three rambunctious youngsters. But amid the chaos—and the coming holidays—it may be the best place to fall in love…
About the Author
As a sophomore in high school, NY Times, USA Today, and Amazon bestselling author Cathy McDavid won a local writing competition with her self-illustrated children’s book. Who knew that small triumph would eventually lead to a career writing contemporary romances with over 1.3 million books sold? With forty-seven titles to date, Cathy is also a member of the prestigious Romance Writers of America’s Honor Roll. This “almost” Arizona native and mother of grown twins recently married her own real-life sweetheart. After leaving the corporate world four years ago, she now spends her days penning stories about good looking men who ride the range or fight fires or hunt creatures all while sweeping the girl off her feet. It’s a tough job but she’s willing to make the sacrifice.
One winner will receive:
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Ends May 22, 2019
“There’s no reason not to go on the hay ride,” Grandma Em told Bridget. “And don’t bring up the cookout. I happen to know for a fact you have everything ready, right down to the condiment tray.”
She watched as Ryan helped the last guest into the wagon.
“All the seats are taken,” she countered. Seats being the bales of straw.
“Sit up front with Ryan.”
No way. He knew Gregory had brought a date. He’d helped her into the wagon, for crying out loud.
“I’d rather not.” Bridget was in no mood for his teasing. Not tonight.
“Honey,” her grandmother crooned. “Don’t let that doctor fellow make you feel bad or doubt yourself. You’re a beautiful, strong, talented young woman who also happens to be an incredible catch. You’ll find the right man, and he’ll be darn lucky to have you.”
She rubbed her throat where a painful lump had lodged. If Grandma Em had made even one tiny remark about her and Ryan dating, she’d have whirled on her heels and left. But her grandmother hadn’t. Rather, she’d tapped into the very center of the emotions eating away at Bridget.
“Fine. I’ll go.”
“That’s my girl. Now, come on. I told Ryan I’d untie the horses for him.”
They walked to the front of the wagon, where Ryan sat waiting. Gathering the four long reins and weaving them between his fingers, he sent her a quizzical look.
“I’m riding with you,” Bridget explained. “If that’s all right.”
“Climb aboard.” He scooted over.
Holding on to the wagon wheel for balance, she placed a foot on the small metal step and hauled herself up. Twisting ungraciously, she plopped down into the seat. The springs creaked beneath the sudden assault.
She glowered at Ryan, silently daring him to comment. He wisely refrained.