Rustling the Cowboy’s Heart: A faith, family & farm marriage of convenience novel (Ritchie Ranch Clean Cowboy Romance Series Book 1) by Ellie Hall
They’re frenemies but have to get married to save the ranch from ruin. After a recent breakup leaves Amelia Ames with suspicions about her ex, she doubles down on documenting the history of her small town of Smuggler’s Springs. However, when her high school crush crosses her radar, she finds herself distracted. When Parker Ritchie loses his father, he’s devastated, but he’s also confused about the stipulation in the will that he get married. His bigger concern is losing the ranch. That is until the girl who got away pops back into his life. When a double date goes wrong, Amelia is in a position to help Parker save legendary Ritchie Ranch, but only if they tie the knot. Questions about who is behind the rash of vandalism on the property and a tragedy in the past threaten to keep them apart. Will Amelia and Parker’s marriage of convenience be exposed or turn into a happily ever after? This is book 1 in the Richie Ranch Clean Cowboy Romance series. Because of a mystery subplot, the first three books are best read in order for a deeper, richer experience. It is a sweet, small-town, cowboy “clean and wholesome” romance that’s Christian faith-friendly without swearing or mature content and contains a happily ever after.
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages
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