And fall for Six more Cowboys ready to steal your heart!
Every one of us have lost, dropped or damaged our cell phones. My son actually goes through cell phones each year. I believe he’s the antithesis to technology! In Heartbroken Cowboy, a smashed cell phone leads to our hero thinking that he was stood up. Here’s a list of some of the strangest ways people in Great Britain have lost or damaged their cell phones. (Article available here)
5: (Sorry, this one’s gross) A construction worker’s phone suffered significant water damage when it fell out of his back pocket as he went to the bathroom. And yes, I do mean “as he went to the bathroom.”
4: (Sorry, so’s this one) A lady from Bristol claimed the vibration function on her phone had stopped working, after being used for… well… vibrating.
3. On Barry Island beach in Wales (yes, the one from Gavin and Stacey), a lady was taking her dog for a walk, while checking her phone, when a seagull swooped down and stole it. Apparently this is not just the sort of thing that happens in Victorian children’s literature.
2: A lady from Nottingham baked her phone into a Victoria Sponge, when making her daughter’s birthday cake.
And number one (drumroll)
1: In Devon, a farmer was checking on one his pregnant cows, using the light from his phone as a torch. Somehow – and it’s really not something you’re going to want to think about for too long – he managed to drop his phone inside a cow. And it seems they just don’t make them strong enough for an experience like that.
At least you can say that your phone wasn’t inside a cow! Don’t you feel better?? Read what happens to Debra Donahue’s cell phone in The Heartbroken Cowboy from the book bundle- Cowboy Up 2.
Good Ride, Cowboy by Allison Merritt
Sometimes all you need is one good ride to clear your head.
Cowboy in Waiting by Leslie P. Garcia
She’d buried a hero. She wasn’t looking for another. But her cowboy in waiting was far from a hero…
Cowboy in Trouble by Autumn Piper
A cowboy on the run and a girl on the rebound make for a messy fling.
A Cowboy’s Heaven by Sara Walter Ellwood
From the hell of lost love, can they find heaven together?
Cowboy Proud by D’Ann Lindun
She left town to chase her dreams... He stayed and ignored his... Can they find their dreams together?
The first book, Cowboy Up featured cowboys from every walk of life-Border Patrol Agents, Equine Therapists, Farmers... Cowboy Up 2 features sexy men who are ready to steal your heart! <3
The hero of The Heartbroken Cowboy has his own issues. He's a recovering alcoholic who allows stress to push him off the wagon. But he's still determined to latch on to the one woman whose secret could send him back to the bottle.
Johnson O'Neill was a minor character in The Heartsong Cowboy (Cowboy Up book 1) and while he came off as a grouchy guy, he deserved his own happily ever after...but not without some work. In The Heartbroken Cowboy, we learn why he's angry at women and cheer for him to find the one woman who will give him a run for his money!
The Heartbroken Cowboy by Melissa Keir
Love isn’t found at the bottom of a bottle…
Johnson O’Neill joined The Heartsong Ranch to escape his addiction. One night at a friend’s wedding, stress causes him to fall off the wagon and into the arms of the woman of his dreams.
Debra Donahue lost her husband to alcohol then pulled herself up by her bootstraps becoming a million-dollar selling real estate agent. One night with a sexy cowboy and a bottle of whiskey, Debra falls hard.
Can an alcoholic cowboy and a brokenhearted woman find love despite their fears? Or will the bottom of a bottle claim another happily ever after?
“I don’t drink with men I don’t know.” Debra stuck out her hand. “I’m Debra, and you are?”
The man grabbed another glass of champagne off a passing waiter’s tray and guzzled the drink in one swallow. “The name’s Johnson O’Neill. Now about that whiskey.” He reached out and drew her up to standing then tugged her in close to him. Wrapping his arm around her back, he moved her body in a slow two-step motion.
Debra gazed into his eyes. “You don’t have to seduce me for the whiskey.” She stepped out of his embrace and put her hands on her hips. She frowned.
“That’s not why I drew you into my arms. You were tapping your foot when I arrived—and I thought you might like a dance. A pretty woman like you shouldn’t be sitting alone.” He stretched his palm out again in a plea.
Melissa Keir has always wanted to be an author when she wasn’t hoping for a career as a race car driver. Her love of books was instilled by her mother and grandparents who were avid readers. She’d often sneak books away from them so that she could fantasize about those strong alpha males and plucky heroines. In middle school and high school, Melissa used to write sappy love poems and shared them with her friends and still has those poems today! In college her writing changed to sarcastic musings on life as well as poems with a modern twist on fairy tales and won awards for her writing. You can find many of these musings along with her latest releases on her website and blog. Her stories feature small towns and happily ever after!
Six men as tough as the west...Six women who know how to Cowboy Up.
A book bundle featuring some of the hottest Western authors around. Each story is unique. The bundle goes from sweet to sizzling with a story sure to please every fan of Western Romances.
Always, Cowboy by Allison Merritt
The past is better left behind, unless it offers a brighter future.
A Cowboy’s Heart by Leslie Garcia
Teenage lovers torn apart by betrayal. Have seventeen years changed everything—or nothing?
The Heartsong Cowboy by Melissa Keir
Can two people, one horse and the power of love cure a little girl?
Cowboy Trouble by Autumn Piper
She’s decided to make some bad choices this weekend.
Chasing a Cowboy by Sara Walter Ellwood
He’s running from heartbreak. She’s chasing after love… Their hearts will never be the same.
Cowboy Bred, Cowboy Born by D’Ann Lindun
Freedom or family? Only love can make the choice.