About The Cowboy and the Girl Next Door

The Cowboy and the Girl Next Door

She won’t lose the ranch without a fight, even if it means fighting him.

Kate Benton has wanted nothing to do with ranchers since she was fifteen and too-hot-for-his-own-good Landon Wyle caught her kissing his little brother during a cattle drive.

Yep, that event pretty much put an end to a lot of things, like her dignity.

But when her grandfather dies, he leaves his ranch to her with one provision: she has to live on Coyote Glen and keep it profitable for a year.

Kate is used to the finer things in life, such as sleeping in past the crack of dawn and fingernails that aren’t broken.

Mucking stables, fixing fences, and avoiding being trampled by angry cows isn’t exactly how she imagined spending the next year, but her family needs the land.

She’s in over her head. However, the man who can best help—Landon—is second in line to inherit if she fails.

And he’s only gotten more handsome. Of course.

Losing the ranch is bad enough, she refuses to fall for the man who wants to take Coyote Glen from her.

The Cowboy and the Girl Next Door is the first novel of a sweet, feel-good, laugh-out-loud romantic comedy series. If you like heroines with sass and hardworking men who look great in denim, you’ll love this swoon-worthy novel!

We believe in happily ever after, so no cliffhangers are allowed on our ranch.

My review

I loved reading this book! The author did such a great job with her characters, setting and plot. I didn’t want to stop reading the book!

I loved Kate. She is a strong woman, not afraid to work hard. And that’s exactly what she had to do when her grandfather left her his ranch. She even had to work against her parents, who were disappointed that he hadn’t left it to them. There were so many things against her, time, her parents, all the work, and the whole town. But she didn’t let that worry her.

I liked Landon too. He knew that he was next in line for the ranch, if things didn’t work out for Kate. But he still went out of his way to help her. It was really fun to see these two characters together. They just fit.

I loved Landon’s family. They made me laugh. Especially his niece. I really need to read more of this series! All of his brothers need their own stories!

I borrowed a copy of The Cowboy and the Girl Next Door using my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.

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