In the bestselling tradition of Lori Wilde…
Release Date: May 7, 2013
By: Forever Yours
Available in electronic and paperback format at your favorite online retailer.
Something Borrowed, Someone New . . .
There’s nothing florist Ainsley Fairfax won’t do to help her sister get the love of her life—even if it means taking her place on a bachelorette weekend at a Wyoming ranch so Cecelia can sail off with the man of her dreams. Ainsley is determined to spend the time keeping her head down and her heart safely tucked away—until an encounter with the ranch’s hunky owner gets her heart—and steamy desires—to bloom . . .
Riley Pommer doesn’t want to be lassoed into any relationship. But with the family ranch in dire straits, Riley knows his sisters’ crazy plan to turn the ranch into the setting for a dating competition—and using Riley as the bait—is the only thing standing between them and foreclosure. But the rules of the game change the instant Riley lays eyes on the spirited Ainsley. Now, as others try to stampede over their love, can Riley prove to Ainsley that true love is a prize worth fighting for?
Harlequin Junkie gave it 4.5 Hearts AND a Recommended Read!
Herding Cats and Burning Soup says this: “Who Wants to Marry a Cowboy? was fun and sexy, a little bit crazy and full of a herd of insane make-wish-they’d-get-trampled-just-a-little-bit-by-a-flock-of-sheep woman that could try the patience of a saint, an amazing couple that found each other despite said herd of insane women and a family that’s trying to put itself back together after a tremendous loss. Really it was a great little ride and one that kept me entertained and laughing for hours.”
Mary Gramlich, The Reading Reviewer, thinks “Abigail Sharpe hits the button on romantic perfection.”
thebookgirl.net has one of my favorite phrases about Riley: Now his family is setting him up with a Bachelor style female buffet and he wants nothing to do with it.
Victoria from Reviews by Molly says, “Ms. Sharpe excels at handling multiple plots and multiple layers of emotion.”
Shauni at Bodice Rippers, Femme Fetales and Fantasy didn’t like it, but still said “Abigail Sharpe writes a fun, creative book with lots of shenanigans, family disputes, back stabbing, evil witches (couldn’t say the B word but it’s implied) and some serious get a clue moments.”