Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Her Cowboy Dilemma by C.J. Carrmichael

Coffee Creek, Montana book 2

Well I enjoyed Her Cowboy Dilemma. Some of the secrets are revealed and others are still hidden.
I am glad that Olive is not my mother or I am not like her. The characters are interesting and I want to know more about them. What secrets are they hiding?

Cassidy Lambert is finally done with school. She hopes to get a accounting job in Billings. She is just going to stay at her family's ranch till then. She loves her animals sky her dog and her horse.

At Coffee Creek Ranch their is a horse virus going around. So major trouble if it gets passed on. The horses are under quarantine. The Ranch is understaffed anyway since Brock's death. Cassidy agrees to take over the horses who are sick and clean everything and keeping it from spreading.

Dan Farley is the vet in the area and he hates Cassidy. He tells her what she will have to do to keep the virus from getting out of hand. A few years ago Cassidy did something that made Dan hate her.

Brock was killed on his way to his wedding. Olive did not like his choice of wife so has not been in touch with her. So she does not know that she has another grandchild.
Olive wants her daughter to stay and work on the ranch books. She also is match making she thinks Dan would be a good match for her.

Lot of family problems, ranch talk,sick animals,romance. Its a nice romance. I can't wait till the next book comes out.
I was given the Her Cowboy Dilemma by the author and asked to give it honest review when done.
Publication Date: April 2, 2013 | Series: Harlequin American Romance (Book 1446) 224 pages ISBN-10: 0373754507

discription below taken off of Amazon
Going Home Shouldn't Be This Hard…
Cassidy Lambert traded in Montana's big sky country for the big-city lights—forever. Until a potentially devastating equine illness threatens her family's ranch, and Cassidy is needed at home to help. She thinks she knows what she wants from life, but the more she's around sexy veterinarian Dan Farley, the more confused she gets.

When Cassidy comes back to the open Western landscape Dan loves, she's nothing but a beautiful burr under his saddle. She stomped on his heart once before, and he's not eager for another go-around. But he just can't keep himself away from those green eyes and sweet curves. It's a good thing she'll soon be gone again. Because he can't trust her—or himself—when she's around!

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