Lucky Cowboy
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Lucky Cowboy by Heatherly Bell

10/17/2021

HOT NEW RELEASE IN WESTERN ROMANCE!
#1 bestseller in western romance
Top 50 in Kindle paid store

Grumpy hero + sunshine heroine


"What a thoroughly delightful story! I adored it." ~ Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author


Sadie Stephens has loved Lincoln Carver since she was a girl, but a family feud involving a runaway bride closed any options for a romance. Lincoln's only interest in her now is one of obligation and guilt. After all, he's the one responsible for the lassoing "incident" (don't ask.)


Lincoln is not worried about the lack of women in Stone Ridge, Texas. He’s content earning the occasional buckle as a rodeo champ and working his family’s cattle ranch. In fact, life was perfect until his matchmaking granny stuck her nose in his business. Now, he’s accidentally injured his best friend's sister, the woman partly responsible for a family feud. It's anyone's guess what will happen next...


"Lucky Cowboy is an engaging read you can really sink into and enjoy!" ~ Cora Seton, New York Times bestselling author


"Be prepared to fall in love, with a story that will warm your heart and curl your toes!” ~ New York Times bestselling author, Marina Adair


"If you like Virgin River, you'll love Lucky Cowboy!" Kate Kisset, USA Today bestselling author of the Lonesome Cowboy series


Lucky Cowboy is a small town western romantic comedy involving a hot but grumpy cowboy and a "sunshine" teacher. It can be read as a stand alone, contains no cliffhangers with a guaranteed HEA!

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Western is fiction books, movies, and tv genres. Westerns are mostly placed in the 19th and early 20th century in the Western United States and tell the stories of cowboys, lands, and also outlaws investigating the western frontier and taming the Wild West. Westerns frequently stress the harshness of the wilderness and often place the action within an arid, barren landscape of hills and deserts. This genre generally portrays the conclusion of what's considered the"idealized American frontier" or person against nature. If you like to read the background, then you have to add this genre to your reading cart.

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