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Just Released: Roping the Cowboy – A Romance

I’m excited to announce (after TWO YEARS in the works!) the new eBook release of Roping the Cowboy today (Tuesday, October 27) exclusively with Amazon, so if you are a subscriber to Kindle Unlimited, you can read this book for free!  If not, then add it to your wish list to receive Amazon’s notification of free promos. Or better yet, go buy it!

Currently only available in eBook format. Check back soon for the paperback release!

Roping the Cowboy by Bree Roberts

Roping the Cowboy by Bree Roberts

This cover was designed by the talented Melody Simmons over at ebookindiecovers.com.

About Roping the Cowboy by Bree Roberts:

Tess Douglas, foodie columnist for the Manhattan Daily News, has the perfect life — perfect manicure, perfect apartment, perfect Prada pumps — and a driving desire to become the next editor. When the travel columnist suffers an onset of appendicitis, Tess is roped in to cover his duties while maintaining her own column, including his pending trip to the Lonesome Trails Ranch in New Mexico. There’s just one problem: Tess is afraid of everything — snakes, horses, steers, dirt. And she’s downright terrified of (gulp!) country music.

Colt Carson is about as opposite from Tess as a man can be. As owner and operator of Lonesome Trails Ranch, he gets down and dirty when he has to and expects everyone else to do the same. He has it all… a beautiful ranch, a trail-riding business, a collection of stupendously large belt buckles…

Everything except someone to share it with.

Completely out of her element, Tess must wrangle her fears (is that dirt under my nails??) and lasso her growing feelings for Colt. Will she let Colt Carson (or love) mess up her tidy, perfect life? Will she choose her career, or the cowboy?

Roping the Cowboy is a 56,000-word fish-out-of-water romantic comedy.

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